Tag Archives: divorce and emotions

Starting February 2018: Convenient New Time for Divorce Options Workshop

San Diego County residents considering divorce tell the Collborative Family Law Group of San Diego our “Divorce Options” workshops helped answer their difficult questions about divorce, and provided the guidance they needed to help them make the right choices for their family. The single drawback to our workshops: they needed to start earlier to take up less of their valuable… Read More

SDVoyager Feature: Lynn Waldman on Collaborative Divorce

Collaborative divorce is featured in a new profile Q&A with Collaborative Family Law Group of San Diego board president Lynn Waldman on SDVoyager.com, a platform whose mission statement aligns with our own in many ways: “Our mission is build a platform that fosters collaboration and support for small businesses, independent artists and entrepreneurs, local institutions and those that make our… Read More

What About The Kids?

by Dr. Debra Dupree, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Relationships That Matter You’ve made the decision to divorce. It’s been agonizing but a decision that had to be made. Now, what about the children? Never in your wildest dreams did you expect to bring children into the world so they could live in two different households. Where do you begin?… Read More

Your Pre-Divorce Holiday Season Coping Guide

by Lynn Waldman, LCSW Have you been facing this holiday season with a mix of emotions; on one hand, hoping things will get better in your relationship, while at the same time dreading another holiday feeling stuck, empty, alone and wondering why you stay? Suppose part of you has decided you are going to leave your marriage, but you need… Read More

Can I Be Divorced Yesterday? Or is Slower Faster?

by Shawn Skillin, Esq. I get calls all the time from one spouse who is in a great big hurry to get divorced. And that’s OK. But, the other spouse is often in exactly the opposite frame of mind. Why is that and how do you deal with it?  What does the law say? Let’s deal with the law first.… Read More

Desensitizing, Brutalizing, And Degrading: Is This the Effect of Divorce Court?

by Mark Hill, Certified Financial Planner, Certified Divorce Financial Analyst and Ryan Fentin-Thompson, Certified Divorce Financial Analyst Pacific Divorce Management Oftentimes, a couple going through divorce is portrayed as angry, revengeful and resentful towards one another. While these feelings may be present we have found that the more prevalent sentiment for both parties is a feeling of sadness and sorrow.… Read More

Not Your Parents’ Divorce: Hear Debra Caliguri on 1700 AM ESPN Radio

San Diego based family law attorney Debra Caliguri, member of the Collaborative Family Law Group of San Diego, will talk about Collaborative Divorce and other family law issues when she appears on the ESPN 1700 AM Radio program “Real Talk San Diego” with hosts Ryan White and Karen Kaseno on Thursday, August 4, at 1 p.m. Debra will discuss challenges… Read More

Four Tips For Healing After Divorce

by Julia M. Garwood, Certified Family Law Specialist Garwood Family Law and Mediation The divorce process can be grueling and cumbersome. The best way to allow yourself to heal is by starting fresh in order to move on and start the healing process. The following are just a few tips that can help you overcome divorce. 1. Visualize what you… Read More