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How to Gain Clarity During the Divorce Process

Experts note stress levels experienced during a divorce are equal to experiencing other significant losses, such as a death in the family.  It is, after all, the loss of a marriage. A marriage that once had a vision of a future that had hopes and dreams. It is an uncomfortable time, full of anxiety. Anxiety over the unknown.  Where will… Read More

Want to Know the Secret to a Successful Divorce? Hire a Divorce Coach

While your marriage may not have worked out, you have choices about how you divorce. While divorce can be extremely stressful, emotionally difficult and a life changer, there are ways to get through it with your dignity intact, even with your family intact. Most people probably do not think of divorce in terms of being a ‘success’ and may wonder,… 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

Can a Divorce Team Save You Money?

By Win Heiskala, Certified Family Law Specialist Attorney-Partner, Beatrice L. Snider Family Law Group You made the very serious personal decision to terminate your marriage. This decision necessarily takes you to the procedure known as divorce (AKA Dissoluiton of Marriage in the Court). You found yourself an attorney who discusses the different processes with you that can be used to… Read More

The Emotional Impact of Divorce

Divorce is a life change and transition that challenges the emotional, interpersonal, and cognitive functioning of those experiencing it. These changes impact all members of the family–not only the parents and the children involved, but also members of the extended family. Divorce is a life experience like no other. Divorce is not an event–it is a process that unfolds over… Read More