Motivational Monday

Get Motivated – “Today I choose to be happy and laugh out loud a lot” Thomism No. 6 Going through and living past a divorce is hard. But, You can

Churchillian Perspectives on Lovers Day

I thought I would do something a little different today for Valentine’s Day.  I receive newsletters, email, poems, etc, all talking in beautiful, sweet, soppy, pathetic, glorious and other ways about love.  They are good and some very moving.  I am taking a little different approach just because….No reason given other

Loving Yourself Benefits Those You Love

The Serenity Prayer: God, Grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference. “You yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection.” -Buddha “Self care isn’t selfish–you

A Therapist’s Divorce Advice, Part 1

Divorce Advice from a Therapist I’d like to welcome Dr. Cassandra Friedman, a therapist who helps people going through divorce channel their sadness and anger into something productive, and also

What is a Prove-Up Hearing?

How a Prove-Up Affects Your Divorce Divorces can go many different directions. Obviously, some divorces are going to be very contentious, akin to how the media likes to portray them. However, in my many years as a divorce attorney I have witnessed far more divorces ending amicably with a settlement

5 Single Parent Strategies for Communicating with your Child’s Other Parent

London-based Jennifer Broadley has been a successful single parent for many years. She offers some valuable thoughts about how best to communicate with your child's other parent. While some of the phrases and word spelling is slightly different than American English, her sentiments are universal and worth heeding. You can

The Handover Book

Leigh Moriarty and Ashley Palmer  A little less than a year ago, myself and my colleague Ashley Palmer created and published the first ever Handover Book which is a communication tool

What’s Your Valentine Story?

Three years ago today I was waiting in line at a flower shop with a cup of coffee in one hand and my cell phone in the other as my boss rattled off an impromptu message for the roses he was having me pick up for his wife.

You Can Turn Your Fears in to Strengths during Divorce

A breakup or a divorce is a huge hit to any one’s self-confidence. There are also a lot of questions that come from the fear of being alone or being unwanted. From the questions about yourself to other people’s thoughts to job and housing, it quickly adds up. If you are asking