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With collaborative divorce, you get an instant team of professionals including mental health and family specialists to help you divorce outside of court.

What is an employability expert and what to expect if your spouse is having one in your divorce to discover your earning potential?

An Employability Expert is someone who helps determine earning potential. Rona Wexler explains how it works and T.H. shares her story.

Kate Anthony, explains the ins and outs of divorce coaching. As a Certified Divorce Coach she can actually help simplify your divorce.

Kate Anthony, a Certified Divorce Coach explains why having a professional guide to help navigate your divorce process can be so valuable.

Mistakes people make when hiring a divorce attorney. Learn your rights and educate yourself so you can make good decisions and save money.

How do I find the best divorce attorney? Here are five things your lawyer might not tell you that will make you better prepared to make the best choice!

Couples therapy (or marriage counseling) isn’t always the last step on the road to divorce. Couples counseling can make marriages stronger and here’s how.

Coming out of Covid, Zoom and remote divorce is new for family law. It could be beneficial for the clients, but here are a few things to keep in mind too.

Born from necessity, virtual online divorce proceedings and consultations have their perks and drawbacks. Here’s what you need to know about Zoom Divorce.

If having an amicable divorce is a priority for you and your ex, then the Collaborative Divorce process may be the best way to get the results you want.

Mediation is one of the most common methods of divorce, but here are some things you may not know. Prep yourself by understanding these 4 misconceptions.

Prenuptial agreements are not new, but have become more common. And a POST-nuptial agreement is something to consider too. Here’s what you need to know.

If your spouse had an affair, squandered assets, money is missing, or you need help finding hidden assets, you must start looking into things immediately.

High-conflict custody divorce is all about two parents not agreeing on what’s best for their children, making the divorce contentious and expensive.

No one wishes to go through a high conflict custody divorce, but some of us end up in them. Here are five ways to help deescalate this painful process.