When you finally make the difficult decision to dissolve your marriage, your mind is likely going a mile a minute, and your emotional wellbeing is extremely compromised. This unhealthy combination can increase the chance of you experiencing depression and anxiety.
When you utilize the collaborative divorce process, you are supported by a team of professionals one of whom is a… Read More
By Shawn D. Skillin, Esq.
Lynn Waldman, LCSW, Counselor and Divorce Coach recently published a Blog entitled “Is Divorce Ruining Your Life.” In my experience as a Divorce Attorney, this is a sentiment frequently expressed by clients, even the ones that want the divorce to begin with. In her blog, Lynn reminds us that divorcing spouses are not really “starting… Read More
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
A divorce is often a life-altering experience for all involved. The scars that come from a separation can last a lifetime and even flow into the next generation. Add in COVID-19, the protests, and the stress can be overwhelming. Unfortunately, the court system tends to exacerbate the animosity between the parties involved. It fosters a you against me mentality.
If… Read More
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