Sara Olsher created tools that kids love, and has written books, all to help divorced parents co-parent while staying focused on the child.
Knowing what you can and can’t say is crucial during divorce, and lawyer Seth Nelson tells what communications you can use as evidence, and what to avoid.
Finding a settlement-based attorney who focuses on both mediation and litigation and will use the best tools to find the best divorce result.
Surviving cancer and divorce, at the same time takes immense strength and determination and that’s how Barbara is leading by example of what’s possible.
Life after divorce is a process. The journey from grief to happiness is a journey that everyone does differently and in their own time.
Amy and Travis from Divorced Over 40 talk to us about the importance of finding community no matter what age or stage you are at. Do you have your people?
Has your career taken off? Recently inherited money? Has your partner incurred a new large debt? You might want to know about post-nuptial agreements!
Divorce is 2 parts mental/emotional struggle & 1 part business. Abby helps her clients balance BOTH sides of this life-altering experience.
When getting a divorce, you need to know what is an asset, how assets that were initially separate could be considered marital, and much more. Must listen.
How to find the right private investigator and how do you know one can help you in your divorce are the questions answered by our exEXPERT P.I.
Healing and co-parenting with your narcissist ex is challenging, to say the least. Ina guides you on how to navigate it and you will be ok.
It’s important you understand the words that come from your mouth. Not all exes are narcissists, but some legitimately are (others are just assholes).
Moving…yuck! Making emotional and intellectual decisions to part with marital items, childhood items, and your kids’ stuff post divorce is hard!
T.H. & Rebecca learned to co-parented with their ex-husbands to benefit their sons who struggle with anxiety, depression, learning challenges and autism.
Figuring out how much money you should be making in your job is difficult, but understanding your value is critical so you aren’t underselling yourself.
The voice in your head seems to have more negative thoughts than positive ones. During divorce & beyond, it’s important to identify the truth!
Parents do the best they can, but when you have a special needs child you don’t know what to do! Then add divorce to that! We have tips & guidance for you!
Representing yourself in your divorce is challenging. Attorney Sandra Fava shares what you need to know, tips for being prepared, and things to consider.
Losing control of your marriage, your life & yourself? Cindy was. With mutual infidelity, she got a divorce, became a coach, and teaches what she learned.
Climbing Kilimanjaro is similar to navigating a divorce, Daniel from DO40 shares his experience and shares what he unexpectedly learned.
Parent Team helps parents navigate co-parenting after divorce. They prepare and teach you what you don’t know. Learn some important tips.
Want to shift your mindset? Improve your self-awareness and competence? A Neuro-Linguistic Program Practitioner could help you get there.
Nikki & Ben, authors of Our Happy Divorce, fell in love, got married, had a son, grew distant, and got divorced…but THEN they came together even better.
When you start a divorce, it feels like it’s the worst thing in your life, but through the recovery, you can see that it’s the best thing in your life.
Real estate attorney Jill Sodafsky says to know where you stand and what your options are when it comes to your home while going through a divorce!
Becoming who you are “meant to be” is a journey. Karen was meant to be Mrs. Karen Stanley, after divorce, self-growth, and then her life partner appeared.
Susan Guthrie, a leader in the mission to normalize divorce, shares her personal story. An attorney by day and at night preparing for her own divorce.
Abby, a mediator & divorce coach, used writing to help her uncover her feelings about her divorce, a new marriage, and blending families.
Will I find love again? How do I handle a Disney Dad or Mom? Advice about co-parenting when kids are in two homes? We answer your questions.
Matchmaking sounds easy, but it’s not. Love Coach, Julianne breaks down the myths and explains why it’s important to manage dating expectations.
Are you an influencer? Do you “WOO?” (Win Others Over?) Dan helps you identify your relationship strengths for yourself & any relationship you take on.
Despite a terrible and stressful marriage, Kristie stayed true to her skills of listening and encouraging others while starting her fitness business.
When looking for a job Jen suggests tapping into your skills and being true and authentic will help, even if you stayed home raising kids or had a job.
When blending families, be realistic. It’s going to be challenging for many reasons. Jenn says if you want post-divorce family success, be ready to work.