Author Archives: CPSD Admin

Who Gets the Kids for Holiday Vacation?

Mother with son and daughter (wearing Santa hats) on lap reading a Christmas story.
When you are in the middle of getting divorced and have kids, if you are not careful, they can have a stressful holiday vacation. It is not healthy for a child to be thrust into the middle of a divorce and forced to pick sides or choose who they stay with during the Thanksgiving and Christmas vacations. But, when you… Read More

Holidays and Your Divorce – Join Us for Divorce Options San Diego Workshop, November 7

Red, white and gold, Christmas gifts.
Holidays can be a hard time when going through a divorce.  With guidance, you can get through the holidays in a more happy and peaceful manner.  Join us on November 7 to gain an insight into how to better handle the holidays during your divorce. Learn more about our workshops and RSVP here.  … Read More

Tips on How to Heal Yourself While Going Through Divorce

Healing Rocks
Let’s face it, if you are in the process of getting a divorce or marital dissolution, your emotions are more than likely all over the place – and that is a perfectly normal reaction! It’s like riding a rollercoaster during a tornado! And more often than not, your emotional well-being needs to be healed along the way! When using the… Read More

How to Cope with Emotional Triggers After Remarriage

Woman sitting on couch playing with her wedding ring talking to a counselor.
There is no doubt that divorce can be a hurricane of emotions – even after your divorce has been finalized and you are remarried – but recognizing your emotional triggers and working through them can help your current marriage. Dealing with your emotional triggers is not an easy path to go down. But if you do not process your emotions… Read More

Are you making any financial mistakes in your divorce? – Join Us for Divorce Options San Diego Workshop, October 3

List of bills and calculator.
When going through a divorce there are financial mistakes that can be made.  Learning how to manage your finances during and after your divorce can help tremendously. Join us on October 3 to understand the financial steps you need to take when you divorce. Learn more about our workshops and RSVP here.… Read More

What is Collaborative Trusts and Estate Practice?

Estate planning papers on table.
By Kamela Love, Esq. Collaborative Practice was an automatic fit for me.  While lawyers get trained to think adversarially in law school, I found that approach is counter to how I think and to how I am.  When I heard about Collaborative Practice, I knew it was a perfect fit for me. Collaborative divorce is a much more respectful and… Read More

How Can Divorce Affect Your Business? – Join Us for Divorce Options San Diego Workshop, September 12

Business sky rise looking up.
When you divorce it can impact many different parts of your life.  But, do you know how it can impact your business? Join us on September 12 to learn about how your divorce will impact your business and what steps you need to take. Learn more about our workshops and RSVP here.… Read More

Child Custody and Moving During a Collaborative Divorce

Divorce court proceedings have been put in a queue in many counties in California with no clear definition of when in-person courtroom appearances will happen again. Many court proceedings are being conducted on video platforms. With hearings not being scheduled for months. But, if you utilize the collaborative divorce process, you do not have to wait for the courts to… Read More