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
by Ginita Wall, CPA, CFP®, CDFA
They say that a bad marriage is like a game of cards. You start out with two hearts and a diamond – but end up wishing for a club and a spade. When those feelings surface during a divorce, it leads to unproductive conflict and often results in a less than optimal settlement.
In… Read More
Divorce is a life change and transition that challenges the emotional, interpersonal, and cognitive functioning of those experiencing it. These changes impact all members of the family–not only the parents and the children involved, but also members of the extended family.
Divorce is a life experience like no other. Divorce is not an event–it is a process that unfolds over… Read More
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