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What Will Be Your Divorce Story?

A good exercise for those going through, or considering, divorce is to think about what your divorce story will be when it is over. What do you hope to say about the divorce process and results? Some things to think about are: What have you accomplished during the divorce process? Have you maintained positive relationships […]

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The Telephone – A Case To Use It For Saving Legal Costs!

Remember the “good old days when in order to communicate with someone you had to be standing near them or be tethered to a phone on the wall? Today we are blessed with so many more communication options including email and text messaging. They’re great; I use them all the time, but I want to […]

Financial Planning In Family Law

Financial planning plays an important role in many family law cases. But making good decisions in your legal case often involves more than just gathering the minimum information required. Accuracy and big-picture thinking can be critical in making good decisions for your future. Here are some common areas you may need good financial planning in […]

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How To Set Goals In Your Family Law Case

I’ve written previously about WHY goal setting in your family law case is important, this post is going to help you define HOW to set them. First understand that this process does not need to be complicated or time consuming! The process of thinking through important aspects of your case and identifying and prioritizing them […]

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Family Budgeting During Divorce

Divorce can be difficult even in the best of circumstances. One of the common challenges I see clients face is dealing with the household budget during divorce. In my experience, people who proactively budget during a divorce can help create a better outcome for themselves. These outcomes are a result of planning, spending intentionally and […]