When your family and friends don’t understand your high conflict divorce Making the decision to leave is always an act of courage. It shows you are taking charge of your life. You are not settling for a marriage that is no longer healthy. When you are leaving a...
How to plan the divorce process when your divorce is high conflict If you’re in a high-conflict marriage you need a plan. And more than that, you need a plan that works with your high conflict situation. The approaches that I recommend starting with for most...
Five ways to support yourself in a high conflict divorce All divorce is stressful, there’s just no escaping that. But high conflict divorce? That brings the sort of mind games, bullying tactics, and manipulation that can leave your sanity in tatters. The...
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 –...
The cost of friendship in your high net worth divorce In any divorce, emotions run high. It’s only natural – divorce signifies a huge change and a huge loss. Loss of your marriage, and all the associations you have with that. Potentially there’s a...
Divorce: When its time to move on (why Ladies Who Leave is closing) When it’s time to move on, you feel it. You know it. There’s no denying it to yourself and others. Perhaps you felt like this in your marriage. I’m feeling this about my Facebook...
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