Control your anger…

...Before it controls you!!  It is said that “Anger” is one of the hardest emotion to overcome and get under control. Why? Because when you are angry you feel superior,

Wednesday’s Tipping Point – Moving Out, Or Who’s Moving On?

Join us every Wednesday to share and learn with experts and those who learned from the streets... or whilst in the trenches.   Wednesday's are no place for whining or  tactics for going for the throat...It's a place for constructive discussion on moving through the Divorce or separation process and keeping your sanity

Paused Long Enough..

Time to change the cassette? Different decade? OK, skip that old track... "Time to Hit Play?" If this image means anything to you, then it means your cool. Well cool in my world. I remember getting this as a gift. Who wouldn't want a "waterproof" Walkman? Hindsight though Rose Tinted Glasses.


“Til Death (Or Divorce) Do Us Part”

Due to the diverse issues covered in a divorce case, divorce lawyers must have intimate knowledge of the statutes and cases governing not only family law, but also many other

5 Commonly Asked Questions About Custody

Filing for divorce is never easy, especially when children are involved. Many couples will often put off separating to avoid breaking up their family when sometimes the best solution is to end the marriage. In a perfect world, everyone would file for joint custody and have an ideal visitation schedule

3 Ways to Use Your Attorney During Mediation

There are 3 ways that people would typically use a lawyer in a divorce mediation. Your attorney is with you in the mediation room helping you negotiate as well as helping you draft the documents. The lawyer is also there, full on. However, we pay attorneys by the hour so


Understanding Children’s Emotional Needs During Divorce

When parents are caught up in the drama of divorce it is easy for them to forget the emotional and security needs of their innocent children. The following are a

Living With Anxiety..

Do you ever feel excessive worry, nervousness, or unease, typically about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome? Do you ever worry about worrying? Has feeling overwhelmed become a repetitive feeling throughout the day for you? If yes, then you might be dealing with situational or short/long term

Why Implementing Self Care Matters During the Divorce Process

Learning to take care of yourself can be one of the most valuable lessons you learn following a divorce or breakup. As you feel the emotions of your loss and begin learning from your experience, you can resolve to take better care of yourself and make positive choices going forward.