Your New Year’s Divorce Resolutions

by - January 8, 2014

It’s the New Year and I am certain, millions of people are ambitiously working towards achieving their New Year’s resolutions. They have carefully laid plans, set achievable goals, and identified steps that must be taken. Those wishing to lose weight probably have joined a gym, hired a personal trainer, scheduled exercise time, researched dietary choices,

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De-Clutter your life during divorce

by - December 5, 2013

The process of divorce is labor intensive. By “process” I mean all of the processes you have to complete simultaneously with, or shortly after the legal process to become legally divorced. These processes may include, among countless others: Selling, buying, renting, and/or moving your home Establishing and navigating a new parenting routine as a single,

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Courage and Forgiveness

by - July 12, 2010

Just as a truly courageous person is someone who knows fear but acts bravely in spite of it, a truly forgiving person is someone who experiences all the anger merited by injustice and still acts with fairness and compassion.—Martha Beck, O Magazine- December, 2001

How Can Your Fear Serve You?

by - March 13, 2010

If you begin to face your fears, something bittersweet is going to happen to you: You’ll grow up. You’ll lose your dependency on the grown-ups of the world because you’ll realize that there is no time, no age, at which fear suddenly fades and you become one of these impervious beings…Fear is the raw material

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When is a Divorce Judgment finalized?

by - December 31, 2009

Client Question: Our final divorce court date was Sept 10, 09. The judgment required my husband to pay spousal support and restored my former name.  I am representing my self.  The judge told us nothing would be final until her signature was on the documents. My husband’s lawyer said he would prepare the judgment for

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