The information and tools found in this section are paramount to anyone who is going through the divorce process
Fifty years after a divorce, the children and grandchildren of the original divorcing couple will tell and believe a story about why their parents and grandparents divorced, what kind of people they were, and what aftermath or legacy they left behind. You can decide today what that story is going to be.
If you have to fight, fight fairly. Use the Rules for Fair Fighting to turn a conflict into a healthy, productive learning experience.
A great article by Erika Krueger, LMFT about the skills parents must develop in order to help them and their families through the divorce process.
Developed by the Havasupai people and used in tribal counsels to ensure that everyone is heard and all resentments are addressed. The goal of this powerful tool is clear and complete communication.
The American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers has produced this handbook to explain what people throughout the United States face when considering or going through a divorce.
Don't make a mistake you'll regret later. Follow these 10 tips for divorcing couples and make the process a little bit easier.
Figuring out who gets what may sound easier than it is. Working with a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst is a good way to ensure the assets are divided fairly.
Honorable Judge Robert Schnider (Retired) explains his method for handling who gets what.
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