August
22
2016
3 Ways To Regain Power In Your Divorce
“Having power” means you have the ability to control and create positive change in your life. It also means you understand and accept what you want and how to go after it. Divorce can be one of the biggest tests of your power, leaving you tired, sometimes desperate, and lacking the energy to fight the important battles. Many people fall into this trap and lose the ability to take control of their destiny when they need it the most. Here are three ways to regain your power when dealing with divorce.
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August
22
2016
Don’t Give Away Your Power During A Divorce
When going through a divorce, it’s important to make sure you get what you need so you can move forward with your life. For couples going through a bitter, contentious divorce, it may be tempting to argue over every detail in order to get back at each other. For others, the emotions and costs involved may cause them to overlook details that they may pay for in the future. While no one willingly gives away their power, many do exactly that when going through the divorce process. Here are four actions to avoid that will diminish your power during a divorce.
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May
19
2016
Your Approach Makes A Difference
Divorce is not typically viewed as a happy period in life, whether a couple is splitting amicably or engaged in a bitter feud. If approached the right way, going through a divorce, while difficult, can bring opportunity to cultivate a new and different relationship moving forward. Here are five tips to help make your divorce a happier one:
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May
19
2016
Three Important Steps to A “Happy” Divorce
Happy and divorce. They’re not two words that people think of together. After all, going through a divorce is an emotional time that can be filled with a sense of loss, regret, and grief. For some couples, divorce is also a contentious time that includes fighting and ugliness. But for others, the decision to divorce is based on the realization that they just don’t want to be married anymore and it’s time to move on with their lives. They don’t have ill will towards one another and want to work out the terms of their divorce in a peaceful way. For these couples, they seek ways to have a "happy" divorce.
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March
30
2016
Tax Breaks for the Newly Divorced
The coming month can be difficult on many fronts, and for couples going through divorce, tax season can be particularly difficult – both emotionally and financially. However, it takes careful planning to avoid costly mistakes when it comes to taxes. Here are a few areas to remember:
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