Tag Archives: divorce

Putting Your Finances in Order Before Your Divorce – Join Us for Divorce Options(TM) San Diego Workshop, February 5

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Your finances play a big role in your divorce.  Make sure you understand what you will need for your divorce and why. Join us on February 5 to learn how a Financial Specialist can help you. Learn more about our workshops and RSVP here.… Read More

When Going Through a Divorce, Who’s Responsible for Your Children’s College Education?

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When you are starting to go down the path of divorce, there are many things to keep in mind, especially when you have children. No matter your children’s current age, you and your partner should plan for their future. One never knows if their future will include college or beyond. When you are paying child support, your payments can be… Read More

What Happens To Your Credit When You Divorce? – Join Us for Divorce Options(TM) San Diego Workshop, January 15

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Can a divorce ruin your credit?  What steps should you take to save your credit? Join us on January 15 to learn what steps you should be taking to protect your credit during your divorce. Learn more about our workshops and RSVP here.… Read More

Creating a Holiday Schedule for the Kids During (and After) Divorce

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With the holidays in full swing, we often see couples who are divorcing struggle with the all-time stressful seasonal question – Who gets the kids for the holidays? It’s one of the top questions that comes up during the collaborative divorce process. Our team of professionals– divorce coaches, mental health therapists and child specialists–along with input from the couple and… Read More

Nesting: A Child Centered Solution

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The most common concern I hear from divorcing parents is “will our children be ok?” They also frequently want to know what the best parenting plan is. My answer is always that if there was a perfect parenting plan, we would all be using it, but there isn’t. However, the best parenting plan is the one you can both agree… Read More

Adult Children and Divorce

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Gray Divorce, divorce over the age of fifty, doubled between 1990 and 2010 and is expected to triple by 2030.  This means there are a lot of adult children who are experiencing divorce as their parents move on from each other. Adult children experience a wide range of emotions as their parents separate, sell the family home, start dating new… Read More

Who Gets the Kids for the Holidays? – Join Us for Divorce Options San Diego Workshop, December 4

Deciding who gets the kids for the holiday season can be difficult.  But, if you work together, everyone can have a happy holiday. Join us on December 4 to learn tips on helping your family manage the holiday season during your divorce. Learn more about our workshops and RSVP here.… Read More

How Do Job Losses Impact Spousal and Child Support?

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Lost your primary income source or job because of the pandemic? You aren’t alone. Over 20M jobs were lost and some businesses have shut down leaving household finances reeling. Many folks are worried about keeping up with their spousal support and child support obligations.   Here are a few things to remember if you experience problems keeping up:   Support obligations are… Read More

Tips On Getting Through the Holidays When You Are Divorced

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Divorce is messy, and it often leaves a family feeling broken – such a tragedy, especially when it happens during the holiday season, and you are left to pick up the pieces and move forward the best way you can. But, when you and your spouse utilize the collaborative divorce process, you will have the help of divorce professionals that… Read More