Get Divorce Ready Live January 2020: Is it for you? Happy New Year! New year, new start. Time to get your divorce done. I’m excited to share that on Saturday 18th January I’m running Get Divorce Ready Live in London, for the first time ever. In this blog, I...
Reviewing your year of Divorce The mayhem, or stillness, depending on how it went for you, of Christmas Day is over. Now is a time to rest. And it’s also a time for gentle reflection. Reviewing your year of divorce is beneficial. Here’s why. As the...
Creating a Divorce Plan – Part 2 Last time on the blog we talked about divorce plans: what they are, why you need them and how to create one. Check back to Creating a Divorce Plan – Part 1, if you missed it. This time we will look at the curveballs. As with...
Creating a Divorce Plan – Part 1 Want to increase your chances of a smoother divorce? You need to get organised. Creating a divorce plan is key to this process. In Creating a Divorce Plan – Part 1, we’ll take a look at what a divorce plan is, and how you can get...
Why divorce is like crossing the roadIf you’re a child of the 1970’s, you remember the Tufty Club right? The Tufty Club was all about road safety for young children. The motto was Stop! Look, Listen Think! It helped children develop the awareness they...
Blue Monday: Are You Feeling It? Ah, Blue Monday – the date in January we’re at our most depressed apparently. The combination of gloomy weather, Christmas long past, unpaid bills from overindulging and January’s pay not yet here does indeed set a gloomy scene for...
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