Attorneys & Family Law + Divorce Rights + Preparing for Divorce + Types of Divorce
Divorce litigation can be complicated, very expensive, and emotional. If you can keep your eyes on the end-game, you can avoid some of the waste.
Litigation is worst case scenario with divorce, however, if you are heading in that direction, you need to be prepared and Ruth Kim answers our questions.
What counts as abuse? ALL abuse is abuse. Understanding the pervasiveness of psychological abuse can save someone’s life. Here are the warning signs.
Domestic abuse, financial abuse, emotional abuse, it’s all abuse and it is not always physical. Learn how you can get help and how you can help others.
T.H. & Jess learn about the types of programs and support people might find at a shelter when escaping an abusive marriage.
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.
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.
Born from necessity, virtual online divorce proceedings and consultations have their perks and drawbacks. Here’s what you need to know about Zoom Divorce.
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.