What are some great ways to stay positive and reconnect with yourself after a divorce?

By |2023-07-19T02:54:01+00:00December 20th, 2022|Outreach|

Navigating a divorce can be dark, scary, and devastating, but there is light on the other side. Ending a marriage often brings new opportunities to reconnect with a part of yourself that you lost and explore new parts of yourself. Read on for some advice on positively navigating your divorce and finding inner peace in the process. Andy Heller Andy Heller from takethehighroaddivorce.com. Go on Trips and Get Involved with Meaningful Events and Activities ● Enlist the help of a [...]

How can we speed up the divorce mediation process?

By |2023-04-16T15:27:11+00:00November 29th, 2022|Outreach|

Once you and your spouse have decided to call it “quits,” you most likely want to get the whole divorce process over quickly. Mediation can help move things along, but it can still take a bit of time. Luckily, there is more you can do to help speed up the divorce mediation process. Keep reading for some expert advice. Sandra Radna Sandra Radna from Law Offices of Sandra M. Radna P.C. Follow These Tips Mediation is typically accomplished over a [...]

What factors should you consider in handling the division of business assets in a divorce?

By |2023-04-16T15:28:48+00:00October 20th, 2022|Outreach|

Knowing how to divide the assets of a joint business venture when you divorce, can be challenging. It is important to look at the situation from all angles to determine what will be most beneficial for the business and all parties involved. Keep reading to find out what our readers recommend you consider before dividing your business. Andy Heller Andy Heller from takethehighroaddivorce.com. Present and Future Value of Business Assets Initially, divorcing couples will focus on the value of the [...]

What is the difference between contested and uncontested divorce and why would a spouse contest a divorce?

By |2023-07-19T02:57:16+00:00September 27th, 2022|Outreach|

Divorcing is never easy, but disagreements over the division of property, custody arrangements, and spousal abuse may force you into a complicated contested divorce. Want to know more about what that means and why you or your spouse may choose that route? Keep reading. Kasey Scharnett-King Kasey Scharnett-King, LMFT at Lavender Healing Center, PLLC. Contested Divorces Occur Due to Disagreements A divorce that is contested is [one] where the couple does not agree on all terms. These terms could be [...]

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