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N is for Nurturing your Children through Divorce.

Going through a divorce is an emotional challenging time for everyone involved including the children. This can be hard when you are totally immersed in your own pain, but they need to be first on your list when it comes to nurturing. Being aware of their pain will help you put their needs at the […]

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F is for Fast Failing.

    The Fast Fail method says: “Making mistakes is a good thing but realizing your mistakes faster can help you get through the learning process more rapidly.”      Improvement of yourself or situation is based on learning—whether you are running a business, graduating from school or leaving a bad marriage. Since improvement is […]

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AZ Asks Sue Bean, CPA: About Taxation and Divorce

   Sue A. Bean is a CPA with more than 25 years of accounting experience and the president-elect of the Piedmont Chapter of the North Carolina Association of CPAs – to answer some common questions. She works with family law attorneys in analyzing financial information for divorce mediation and litigation. Her practice includes individual tax […]

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Z is for Zero Balance

                  Are you running on empty? Does your life feel out of whack?  Do you feel depleted or diminished of all your power and strength? Well, you are not alone. Going through a divorce takes its toll both emotionally and financially on everyone. I cannot say this […]

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M is for Manage your Thoughts.

I went to a class last spring and the advice I got was to put a sticky note on all my bathroom mirrors that says “Choose Happiness.” How simple is that. I still see the notes all over the house and it reminds me to choose happiness. Can you control your thoughts and concerns about […]

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Dealing with debt in divorce

D is For Defining Debt.

Debt comes in many forms such as credit cards, loans, student loans, car loans, mortgage, equity line, and family loan agreements. Credit card companies aren’t bound by divorce decrees, so they can go after you for jointly incurred debt.  The goal in your divorce is to be financially secure so you want to have as […]

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C is for CONTROL what you can.

CONTROL what you can. Ask yourself how are you really functioning? Even though it may feel like you are in a Dark Tunnel…remember that there is a light at the end of the tunnel. Take a look at your work, personal life and health.  Any changes needed? Try not to let yourself get overwhelmed.  Write […]

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