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Y is for Your Divorce To Do List Will Help You Be Prepared

Going through a divorce can be an emotionally overwhelming life event. The divorce process can quickly become complicated both legally and financially. If you are one of the lucky ones, you may be able to reach an amicable agreement through mediation. Otherwise, you will most likely find yourself hiring an attorney to help you navigate […]

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W is for What Type of Divorce Do You Wish to Have?

Divorce can be a painful and challenging process. Many emotions plaque both parties and make it tough to proceed with dignity and kindness during the settlement process. Having the resolve to get past the pain and accept that the end of the relationship is the best possible solution will help make sorting out your life […]

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X is for eXploring Life after Divorce

 “You must give up the life you planned in order to have the life that is waiting for you.” —Joseph Campbell You’ve spent many hours dissecting your marriage before you came to the conclusion that divorce was in everyone’s best interest, but have you spent any time projecting your wishes and desires for the future? […]

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C is for Choosing Dignity in Divorce

It’s time; you’ve hashed out this decision over and over in your head, and now you know that divorce is the inevitable. You also realize you want to get through this process with your integrity intact, and without depleting your life savings. This shouldn’t be too difficult if you and your spouse agree, you should […]

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Z is for ZFA’s Divorce Issues to Consider

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Q is for Quirky Observations that can help you get beyond & through your Divorce

For those of you who have contemplated divorce, are in the midst of sorting through one or have already gone through this life altering ordeal then you know what it’s like to have feelings of resentment, bitterness or betrayal invade your being. Harboring such feelings during and beyond divorce is simply unnecessary, especially when you take […]

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L is for Listening is Simply the Best Advice

We’ve all been in that sensitive spot when a friend or loved one confides in us about a touchy subject. We want to give advice and we want to be there for our friends. But more often than not, we do not have the “correct or best” advice, and trying to give advice can often […]

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Perseverance is Key to Handling a Divorce

Let’s talk about 2 important traits that are important to develop in dealing with your Divorce—Patience & Perseverance! Going through a divorce presents difficulties, obstacles and complications. You will need a best friend named Persistence. This friend will help you forge ahead on a steady and determined course of action leading you to your goals. […]

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F is for Fighting for our Furry Friends

Divorces can be difficult and filled with change for all those involved – spouses, children, and yes even the pets!  Many issues need to be resolved and assets need to be divided.  The custody and care of our children is the top priority, but many put thought and energy into fighting over their furry friends. […]

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L is for Learning to Love Your Life after Divorce

  Going through a divorce is perhaps one of life’s greatest challenges. However, learning to let go of the past and embrace your future may be the most profound journey you ever make. So, how do you manage to move on with grace and dignity?  You start by taking ownership of the mistakes you made, […]

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