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Divorce Process and Recovery

 

 

 

grey_couple_financialThe Divorce Process in Illinois for Financially Complex Cases

Faculty Member: Candace L. Meyers, Family Law Attorney

In cases involving high-net-worth individuals or business owners, the divorce process can become quite complex. Listeners in Illinois will gain a deeper understanding of what to expect while going through the process and what steps to take to protect one’s business and assets. More


collaborative lawThe Advantages of Collaborative Law

Faculty Member: Vera Bergermann, Managing Attorney of Bergermann Law Firm

Instead of taking their divorce to court, spouses have the option of settling their case through collaborative law. By working with a team of professionals, the parties can achieve a settlement that is in their and their children’s best interests. In this video, Vera Bergermann discusses the ins and outs of collaborative law. More


divorce processUnderstanding the Divorce Process and Your Options

Faculty Member: Diana Shepherd, CDFA®, Editorial Director and Co-Founder of www.DivorceMagazine.com

Although every divorce is different – with legal, financial, and/or parenting issues unique to the individuals whose relationship has broken down – here’s a general overview of how the divorce process works in the United States and Canada. Speak to a family lawyer to discover how the process might vary in your state or province, as well as how the details and circumstances of your situation may affect your own process.  More


divorce process in FloridaFAQs About the Divorce Process in Florida

Faculty Member: Ginger L. Dugan, Florida Family Lawyer

Family lawyer Ginger L. Dugan answers some of the most frequently-asked questions regarding the divorce process in Florida. From how to initiate a divorce to how to choose the right attorney, to how long it takes to finalize a divorce, to the best alternatives to going to court for a divorce – this session will help you prepare for your divorce in Florida. More


mother_daughter_sadLatest Research on the Impact of Divorce on Children

Faculty Member: Marta J. Papa, Divorce Attorney and Mediator

Marta J. Papa – a divorce attorney and mediator in Missouri – discusses the latest research on the impact of divorce on children, especially when there is conflict involved. She also explains the steps parents can take to help their children survive the divorce. More


remove wedding ring10 Things You Need to Know About Divorce

Faculty MemberRobert Stevens, Family Lawyer

Before you begin the divorce process, it’s important to understand the various issues you may face and steps you need to take. While not all divorces can be amicable, considering the 10 things discussed in this podcast will allow you to go through a more civilized process. More


mediationLitigation vs. Mediation: Which Should You Choose? Part 1

Faculty Member: Marta J. Papa, Divorce Attorney and Mediator

Before a couple can finalize their divorce, decisions must be made regarding child custody and support, alimony, assets, and any other divorce-related issues. Disputes can be settled through litigation or mediation, but a couple must first decide which process will work best for them. More


mediationLitigation vs. Mediation: Which Should You Choose? Part 2

Faculty Member: Marta J. Papa, Divorce Attorney and Mediator

Before a couple can finalize their divorce, decisions must be made regarding child custody and support, alimony, assets, and any other divorce-related issues. Disputes can be settled through litigation or mediation, but a couple must first decide which process will work best for them. More


mom daughter happyHow to Help Children Cope with Divorce

Faculty MemberTerry Gaspard, licensed therapist, author, and college instructor

Terry Gaspard explores a range of issues pertaining to parenting after divorce and, how better parenting promotes healthy adjustment for children after divorce. Terry offers strategies parents can use to help them co-parent more effectively, especially after an adversarial divorce. More


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Using a Personal Divorce Coach to Help You Make the Best Choices

Faculty MemberPegotty Cooper, MBA, CDC, President of Divorce Coaching, Inc.

When going through a divorce, a Certified Divorce Coach (CDC) can help you figure out how to take more effective action and moving forward through the divorce process. Pegotty Cooper discusses what a CDC is and the role they play in a divorce. More


stressed man

Stress: How to Manage It

Faculty Member: Alison Fosbery, MA, Registered Psychotherapist

Stress levels increase when one starts considering divorce, going through a divorce, or having to co-parent with an unreasonable ex. How we handle stress and anxiety can impact our children and loved ones, so it’s important to understand the underlying causes of these emotions and how to stay in control. More


infidelityInfidelity: How to Spot It, Recover from It, and Affair-Proof Your Marriage

Faculty MemberDr. Sheri Meyers, Psy.D., Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, Infidelity Expert, author of Chatting or Cheating

Infidelity can cause irreparable harm to a marriage. Dr. Sheri Meyers offers tips on how to spot the warning signs that your spouse may be cheating, and how to recover from the affair. More


shame of divorceOvercoming the Shame of Divorce

Faculty Member: Tara Eisenhard, Author, Divorce Coach & Mediator

Learn how to overcome the feelings of shame that often accompany divorce. Tara shares her personal story as a child of divorce who eventually married and divorced. She has a unique perspective on what causes shame after a divorce and how to reduce such feelings of shame. More


Divorce_decree_broken_familyOvercoming the Shame of Divorce

Faculty Member: Mandy Walker, Divorce Coach and Mediator

Mandy Walker and Cathy Meyer discuss outdated myths about marriage and divorce that keep people stuck and unable to move forward after divorce. Are you a failure because your marriage ended? Is society putting rules on the concept of marriage and divorce that are unreasonable? Listen to Mandy and Cathy discuss how society’s views on both play into our guilt and regret after divorce. More

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