For anyone divorcing with kids, custody and parenting are the most important topics. Our expert shares how to make the process as painless as possible.
Banana Splits was created to support kids going through a family divorce. YOU can bring this program to your school, Dr. Raymond tells you how.
Getting a new job after divorce can be scary. Learn how to land your post-divorce job, even if it’s been YEARS or the paid working world is new to you.
Finances after divorce, especially if you didn’t handle the money before, can be overwhelming; but there are apps that can help you save and even invest!
“We Met At Acme” is a popular go-to resource for all of your dating questions, Lindsey Metselaar answers our divorce and dating questions.
Kate Anthony, explains the ins and outs of divorce coaching. As a Certified Divorce Coach she can actually help simplify your divorce.
Are you a “sentimental stockpiler” or a “trasher?” T.H. & Jess talk about what they keep and what they don’t keep when they move and why.
Know why your credit score can affect your future purchases, loans and financial status. Learn your credit score, so you can have financial independence.
Anger and emotion, especially during a divorce, make it difficult to reach the outcome you want. Jen coaches you on how to help yourself and your divorce.
Looking in the mirror is hard after divorce. Understanding your relationships with yourself, taking time for self-care is important for your growth.
We’re talking about how divorce impacts your harmony at home, decluttering during divorce, and all things home organization.
What is forensic accounting for divorce and why do I need one? Meet a regular Sherlock Holmes of accounting to tell you where the money is!
You don’t have to be rich to estate plan! Plan for your future, your health and make sure your beneficiaries are lined up as you want them.
A guide to help you achieve financial independence during divorce. Stacy Francis teaches us how to invest, how to save and to be financially literate.
High-conflict custody divorce is all about two parents not agreeing on what’s best for their children, making the divorce contentious and expensive.
Not seeing eye-to-eye about how to handle Covid protocols is even more challenging when co-parenting. How can you handle it all and not lose your shit?