Divorce – when all else fails, trust. When your relationship ends you feel battered and bruised. You don’t feel like trusting anyone. You don’t trust your soon to be ex. Furthermore, you might not trust yourself that much either – what are the hell are...
Divorce – when the biggest feeling is fear When the biggest feeling is fear, you’re all over the place. You can be frozen like a bunny in the headlights or have a total freak out and start acting like a crazy woman. During your divorce, it’s likely you’ll...
Who’s on your divorce team? Who’s on your divorce team may sound like an odd question? But divorce can feel lonely. However bad your marriage was, the move from being together to being apart affects every aspect of your life: where and how you live, finances,...
How to Navigate Your Divorce in Seven StepsJust like any major life-change, divorce is a big process. How to navigate your divorce in seven steps breaks this process down into manageable, logical chunks. Most likely, it will challenge you. Some of that challenge will...
The one thing most women don’t realise about divorce When people talk about divorce, it’s usually in terms of stress, expense and emotional turmoil. And that’s not surprising. Divorce is second only to the death of a spouse or child on the Social Readjustment Rating...
Are your assumptions costing you money in divorce? Are your assumptions costing you money in divorce? It’s possibly a question that you haven’t pondered before. Rarely do we think about the assumptions that we make. Making assumptions is a normal part of...
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