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2012 DIVORCE NEWSLETTERS

As a service to our clients, we are pleased to provide you with this monthly e-newsletter. We hope that the information and articles are helpful and supportive.

November 2012

  1. Sharing Your Pain - Although there is no one right way to deal with your grief while you are going through the dissolution of your marriage, some coping skills are better than others.
  2. Senior Divorce - A variety of key factors may explain why more seniors are getting divorced.
  3. After the Cheating - Reworking and rebuilding a relationship after infidelity is not easy, but neither is dissolving one.
  4. Steering Clear of Financial Landmines - Understanding the financial and tax implications of your settlement options ensures a foundation for you to thrive after divorce.
  5. Handling the Holidays - If you're recently separated or divorced, avoiding the holiday blues can be a challenge. But with a little planning, creativity, and courage, you can cope with -- and even enjoy -- the holiday season this year.

October 2012

  1. Embrace Change - Specific steps you can take to overcome the fear of change.
  2. Parenthood as a Spiritual Journey - A look at the spiritual gifts parenting provides.
  3. Some Unique Aspects to a Post-Divorce Marriage - The remarriage family is unique, and some are not prepared for the challenges they will face.
  4. Helping Children Adjust to Divorce - Divorce forces many changes in children's life — changes over which they usually have no control and very little understanding.
  5. The Wisdom to Know the Difference - Knowing what the legal system can and cannot do.

September 2012

  1. The Best Interest of the Client - Not all clients have the same expectations from their attorneys in a high-conflict divorce.
  2. Your Child’s Divorce – Part 2 - Mistakes parents make when their children divorce.
  3. Talking To Your Child: Positive Comments About Her Other Parent - It is important that your children not hear you speak negatively of your ex.
  4. Forgive yourself first in order to recover from Divorce - Embrace the pain associated with your divorce with the confidence that it will pass.
  5. Helping Children Adjust to Divorce - Divorce forces many changes in children’s life — changes over which they usually have no control and very little understanding.
  6. Whose Fault Is It Anyway? - A more successful divorce is possible if you focus on the Big Picture and less on winning battles.

August 2012

  1. Tips for Surviving Divorce - A practicing divorce lawyer offers tips, advice, and encouragement for those navigating the maze of divorce.
  2. What Is Parent Coordination? - A look at parent Coordination; a child-focused alternative conflict resolution process.
  3. Your Child's Divorce – Part 1 - How to communicate your support when your child announces their divorce.
  4. Help! This Divorce Hurts - The journey of divorce is not always smooth; there are lots of bumps and turns along the road.
  5. Joint or Sole Custody? - The goals of divorcing parents should be the same: involvement in the lives of their children.

July 2012

  1. An introduction to divorce mediation - Mediation is a viable option for couples who want to avoid the adversarial divorce process.
  2. Yes, divorce, even if you chose it, is a loss - Flow through the stages and learn to recognize, respect and respond appropriately to your feelings.
  3. Planning tips for summer vacation for shared parenting - Detailed parenting plans makes planning for summer vacation easier and less stressful.
  4. 5 hidden costs of keeping the house after divorce - Familiarize yourself with these five hidden costs if you are planning to keep the home after a divorce.
  5. Victimhood: the curse of divorce recovery - To create a new life after your divorce, you need to be fully responsible for your past, present and future.

June 2012

  1. How Counselling Helps Kids - Your children need someone to share their feelings with and it may not be you.
  2. The Power of Listening - Listening is the most important tool when it comes to dealing with conflict.
  3. Financial Recovery after Divorce - Divorce can have heavy financial implications, make sure you are prepared.
  4. Your Parting Words: How to Break the News Responsibly - This Divorce Expert and Counselor shares some wise advice on how to tell your spouse that your marriage is over, and it's time to move on.
  5. The Shock of Divorce - Learn what shocks children and how to help your children accept the news of your divorce.

May 2012

  1. Techniques for Effective Discipline - Effective parenting tips for people with children of all ages.
  2. Forgive but Don't Forget - It is not about the one who is being forgiven, it's about the person who is doing the forgiving. .
  3. The Grief Progression - The five stages of divorce, similar to the five stages of grief.
  4. Is Mediation for You? - Mediation allows you to make your own decisions about the future, but is it for everyone.
  5. Getting Divorced? First Things First - The divorce process itself is critical to the future well being of your relationship.
  6. Safe Harbor - Here's help navigating the financial dangers of divorce so you'll reach safe harbor: a financially sound future.

April 2012

  1. How and When to Tell Your Children About Your Divorce - It's no easy task for parents to break the news of their divorce to the children. Here are some dos and don'ts that will help.
  2. Build a Happy, Healthy Life Together - Part 2 - While it is important to accommodate your friends and family as much as possible, in the end, your life as a couple comes first.
  3. Making the Decision: Separation - Separation doesn't have to necessarily lead to divorce, sometimes it can be just what the doctor ordered for the relationship..
  4. 5 Tax Traps to Avoid During Divorce - Divorce can be expensive, don't lose money where you don't have to.

March 2012

  1. Reasons for Divorce - Look into your reasons for wanting a divorce before you make that decision.
  2. Dealing with Friends, Family, and More During Divorce - As the divorce process drags on you will discover that your entire range of relationships has changed.
  3. Children's Wishes and the Law - Find out whether children's wishes count and how you may relate to their wishes.
  4. Build a Happy, Healthy Life Together - Part 1 - Some tips on how to have a lasting relationship to prepare you for a second time around.
  5. Managing Negative Thoughts Through Positive Manipulation - Use the art of Positive Manipulation to consciously shift yourself away from a negative state of being and make choices that benefit you, your ex and your children.

February 2012

  1. The Effect of Children's Age - Age-group specific insights on how to support your children through the divorce process.
  2. Divorce Isn't Easy, But It's Doable - Just as we physically recover from surgery, our minds, hearts, and spirits recuperate from marital dissolution.
  3. Divorce Planning - Figuring Net Worth - Take the necessary steps now, so that you may have a fair and equitable divorce settlement.
  4. Parental Alienation - A Corrosive Legacy - Judge:Some suggestions for handling parental alienation in the courts
  5. Sex with your Ex:Don't Go There! - Some timeless advice from best selling author John Gray

January 2012

  1. The Effect of Children's Age - Age-group specific insights on how to support your children through the divorce process.
  2. Divorce Isn't Easy, But It's Doable - Just as we physically recover from surgery, our minds, hearts, and spirits recuperate from marital dissolution.
  3. Divorce Planning - Figuring Net Worth - Take the necessary steps now, so that you may have a fair and equitable divorce settlement.
  4. Parental Alienation - A Corrosive Legacy - Judge:Some suggestions for handling parental alienation in the courts
  5. Sex with your Ex:Don't Go There! - Some timeless advice from best selling author John Gray

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