2009 Newsletter Archives

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.

December 2009

  1. In debt getting your Finances Back on Track – Get control of your finances and debts, its up to you to manage.
  2. Life after Divorce: The power of acceptance – Acceptance is the most important and most difficult step we must take toward releasing the past and beginning a new chapter of life.
  3. Is It Wise to Save Money and Vacation Together? – How two parents can vacation together with the children after a separation.
  4. Who Decides: You or the Judge? – Be aware that when you take child issues to court, you are turning over control to a judge who doesn’t know you or your children.
  5. Holiday Tips for Divorced Parents – An interview with Dan Couvrette, Publisher of Divorce Magazine.

November 2009

  1. Divorce Ceremony – A Healing Way to Begin Life Anew
  2. Two Homes for the Holidays: – How to deal with your children’s anxieties over celebrating holidays with separated parents.
  3. Two Homes for the Holidays –
  4. The Good Divorce – : The simple truth is that there are bad dicorces, there are also good ones. And it’s never too late to have a good divorce.

October 2009

  1. Observe courtroom etiquette – – This judge wants you to know a bit of etiquette in advance to help you ease your worries about making a gaffe.
  2. Love, money, and the blended family – – How to manage a relationship that comes with financial liabilities from a previous divorce.
  3. Seeking marriage counseling – – Here are some of the reasons why couples seek marriage counseling.
  4. When did childhood get to be so stressful? – – Appreciate your child’s situation and be the adults.

September 2009

  1. Divorce versus Annulment – – Learn the differences between divorce and annulment.
  2. Divorce, Recession Sytle – – The way that couples, and the professionals assisting them, are dealing with divorce has had to change dramatically to keep up with today’s financial realities.
  3. Contested or Uncontested – – Here’s an overview of the contested and uncontested divorce process.

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