John and Jane are a married couple who live together in a home in California. They acquired the property shortly after their wedding twenty years ago. Jane has a photography studio in a loft above the garage where she meets with clients weekly. John, an avid builder, has spent … [Read more...]
Who’ll make healthcare decisions during divorce?
"The moment of death, like that of birth, is our time of greatest need." ~Andrew Holecek COVID-19 has brought us face to face with our mortality and the hazards of critical illness. We could be placed in isolation or on ventilators. We may become incapable of making our … [Read more...]
Should you rely on divorce laws?
Did you read family laws before your wedding? Did you review court opinions when you bought your cars, house, or business together? If not, why rely on divorce laws to determine how to dissolve your marriage or domestic partnership? If your soon to be ex is angry, narcissistic … [Read more...]
How to make divorce eco-friendly
"...Society must radically decarbonize to spare the future from the worst consequences of climate change. The next few years are probably the most important in our history." Debra Roberts 3 ways divorce impacts the environment First, most legal proceedings for annulment, … [Read more...]
How to Find Understanding Through Conflict in Divorce with Gary Friedman
People often misunderstand the things other people say during a conflict in divorce. Especially when they disagree with one another. Some level of understanding has to do with how we communicate and some with hearing things through our filters --what we want to hear or what we … [Read more...]
How blue is too blue? Depression and divorce
Even under the best circumstances, divorce can be quite stressful. Often men and women are faced with practical concerns such as selling a house, moving, re-entry into the workforce, finding an attorney, and financial problems. Even more difficult are issues … [Read more...]
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