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What DO you do with all the STUFF you’ve collected during a marriage? DivorceRx can help. Grab a friend, grab a glass of wine, grab that junk and toss it!

Co-parenting is made easy(ish) with Fiona Kong’s ingenious Home Sweet Home Journal to help kids transition easier between households.

Social media during your divorce negotiations could compromise your options. On the other hand, it’s also a way to investigate your ex, but be careful!

You’re divorced. It’s a holiday. Now what? Divorced or not, holidays can be stressful. Jessica and T.H. are here to talk you through it.

T.H. & Jess take Jasmine Rice’s Self-Care Tips Test. We did fairly well, but have work to do. See how you do!

Want to track your health, fitness, and nutrition? There’s an app for that and Hillary Irwin is helping us figure out which apps are best.

Health insurance options and COBRA post-divorce are free for you to navigate with a licensed insurance agent. Spousal rights to insurance coverage exist!

These are the most frequently asked questions about retirement post-divorce. Know your money, your options, and how to be financially secure!

Karen McMahon @JourneyBeyondDivorce has experienced divorce firsthand and is helping men and women move forward and understand what’s holding them back.

A man’s perspective is important in divorce. John and James and many men need support in healing post-divorce as much as women do.

Two sets of rules, homes and parenting styles – Jen Gallagher shares her tips and tricks for how to transition kids between two households.

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.

The legal side of domestic abuse, emotional abuse and all abuse is important. Knowing your rights as a victim of abuse is critical to your safety.

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.

How to forgive my ex, isn’t really the question you need to be answered. Forgiveness after divorce has a lot less to do with your ex than you might think.

Jessica and T.H. discuss post-divorce jewelry and what to do with the gifts your ex gave you. It’s important to figure out what’s the best option for you.

Everyone dreads creating a dating profile – author and expert Alyssa Dineen gives us dating tools so you can find someone who is right for you!

T.H. & Jess talk about “My Unorthodox Life” and how Julia Haart shows women everywhere, including us, that we can start a new life after divorce!

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.

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?

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.

During divorce, makeup and self-care might be the last thing on your mind, but Carmindy’s 5-minute face can return much needed confidence.

How a fairytale love may have made her ignore the signs it was unraveling. What she learned and how she became a female leader, reinvented 3 times over.

Do you know your triggers and how to overcome them? By identifying your triggers, you can learn to regulate the emotional effects on you and your kids.

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.

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

Tips for revamping your wardrobe post-divorce, while on a budget or on a mission for change! Hiring a personal stylist is a luxury that you could have too!

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.

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.

Looking in the mirror is hard after divorce. Understanding your relationships with yourself, taking time for self-care is important for your growth.

How are pets divided in a divorce? Pets are like family, but not when you are getting divorced. Read more so you know how best to handle the situation.

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.

How and when to tell your child you’re getting divorced? What to say? How much detail to share? Here’s what to say (and not say) from a child of divorce.

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.

Dating is tough; dating during a pandemic is harder, or is it easier? Susan Winter, the relationship expert, coaches us on do’s and don’ts of dating.

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?

Going from married to divorced isn’t easy, but it doesn’t have to be lonely. Surround yourself with the support to help you to Believe, Inspire, and Grow!

How can you pay for your divorce? Money causes stress and relief, if you have a plan and a budget for your divorce.

We are two best friends, who got divorced at the same exact time. Although we had completely different experiences, we had each other. This is our story.