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What money should I take first in retirement?

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D is for Don’t Let Your Divorce Negatively Define You

“You must give up the life you planned in order to have the life that is waiting for you.” ― Joseph Campbell Dealing with divorce is a harsh reality; after all no one gets married expecting divorce in their future, yet it happens to a large number of  married couples. Divorce happens to good people. It […]

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N is for What NOT To Do During Your Divorce.

  The divorce process can be filled with uncertainty, emotional anxiety, fear and confusion. From the moment you begin to contemplate that your marriage may be over — to the final signing of the divorce papers — you may experience one of the most emotionally draining periods in your life. During this time you will […]

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AZ Asks: Abbey Donnelly to tell us how Networking Works.

      Abby Donnelly is a partner and Executive Coach with Training & Development Solutions (TDS), a Sandler Training® franchise servicing the Triad. They are experts at improving sales and leadership performance. Abby has worked with hundreds of clients ranging from Fortune 500 to boutique professional firms. Her greatest strength is as a Trusted Advisor […]

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O is for Options to Consider Before You File for Divorce.

  The decision to leave your marriage is very serious and can lead to many unforeseen consequences. So before you take this final step, please consider all of your Options. Try counseling, it may possibly help resolve differences in your present relationship. Throughout our lives, we all experience change in ourselves and our circumstance — […]

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AZ Asks Greg Herman-Giddens: How can your potential inheritance be protected?

Greg Herman-Giddens is an attorney and president of TrustCounsel in Chapel Hill, NC. He has been practicing law for 23 years. His areas of expertise are estate planning, probate trust administration, asset protection and taxation. He is a Board Certified Specialist in Estate Planning and Probate Law as well as a Certified Financial Planner. Greg obtained […]

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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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L is for Late Life Divorce.

  Women facing a divorce after the age of fifty tend to experience different problems than those divorced in their early years. However, the good news is that for many reasons, an older divorced female can fare much better than the divorced male. One of the main reasons for this phenomenon is that in most […]

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AZ Asks: Tamela Duncan about Isolation During Divorce

  Tamela Duncan, LCSW is a practicing psychotherapist specializing in individual, relational and marriage therapy. She received her Bachelor’s degree from University of North Carolina at Greensboro and received her Master’s in Social Work from Florida State University. Prior to beginning private practice she worked for years as a counselor/social worker in the Public Mental […]

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AZ Asks Ida Independent: What’s in your purse?

    AZ Asks:  It has almost been two years since the last time we spoke. At that point, you whole life had been turned upside down and you were going through a divorce. So tell me, what’s in your purse that reflects where you are in life right now?     Ida:  Here let […]

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