When you find yourself going through a divorce, you are busy dealing with your emotional well-being. However, it’s also imperative not to overlook your children’s emotional well-being, no matter their age.
When you choose to utilize the collaborative divorce process, you and your spouse will have a child mental health specialist available to you who is versed in helping with… Read More
by Anne Janda, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist, Collaborative Coach
The best divorce is plain and simple. Here are five ways to have one of those.
Tell the truth. If you’re having an affair, it’s time to spill the beans. If you’ve been squirreling away marital funds in a secret savings or investment account, it’s time to… Read More
by Lynn Waldman, LCSW
Have you been facing this holiday season with a mix of emotions; on one hand, hoping things will get better in your relationship, while at the same time dreading another holiday feeling stuck, empty, alone and wondering why you stay?
Suppose part of you has decided you are going to leave your marriage, but you need… Read More
by Lynn Waldman, LCSW, and Tina Mears, LMFT
Couples starting the Collaborative Divorce process understand they will be working with family law attorneys to help facilitate the legal requirements. They also recognize the advantages of working with a neutral financial professional such as a Certified Financial Planner or Certified Divorce Analyst, especially when there are important assets or property involved… Read More
What type of attorney do you want to help you navigate your divorce? Collaborative Family Law Group of San Diego member Shawn Weber describes his view of attorney styles in an interview on “Real Talk San Diego” heard on ESPN Radio 1700 AM. See a video of the interview here.
Listen to the full interview featuring Shawn’s insights on Alternative… Read More
by Julia M. Garwood, Certified Family Law Specialist
Garwood Family Law and Mediation
The divorce process can be grueling and cumbersome. The best way to allow yourself to heal is by starting fresh in order to move on and start the healing process. The following are just a few tips that can help you overcome divorce.
1. Visualize what you… Read More
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