How to protect your number one asset during divorce What’s your top asset as you divorce? Your house? The pension fund? Business interests? No. Of course, all of these are important. But more important than any of it is your health. Don’t roll your eyes –...
What does ‘post-divorce you’ look like? Divorce is not just about endings. It’s also about new beginnings. And, most importantly, it’s about a new start for you. So when I ask ‘What does post-divorce you look like?’ I’m not talking about whether you get...
Five ways friends and family members add divorce stress You know that divorce is stressful. So you’d hope it would be a time family and friends rally round, helping you get through it all. Sadly, that’s not always the case. Here are five subtle and not-so-subtle ways...
When your biggest divorce stress is money Want to get divorced but don’t think you can afford it? When your biggest divorce stress is money for you. We’ll look at how to minimise costs, as well as possible sources of funds so you can take action when your biggest...
How to cope with your children’s stress about divorce Your children’s emotions will be one of the hardest things to cope with as a parent when you get divorced. In How to cope with your children’s stress about divorce, we’ll explore what might come up and how to...
How To Minimise Divorce Stress Divorce is perhaps the most momentous life events you’ll ever go through. And, let’s face it, has the potential for lots of stress. Upset and uncertainty are characteristics of any divorce. But that doesn’t mean your life has to be...
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