Knowledge Is Power

We’re passionate about educating people to help them make informed and intentional decisions concerning their divorce. On the blog, you’ll find answers to your most pressing divorce questions, industry insights, and thoughts on how you can make the divorce process as amicable as possible.

Stepfamily Life: Discussing Expectations Can Create Stronger Relationships

When it comes to stepfamily life, there’s often a glaring contrast between the reality of day-to day-life and your image of what it could be.

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5 Steps to Buying a House After Divorce

Divorce is a huge event in anyone’s life, and it’s not an easy thing to move on from. The months or years leading up to divorce, plus the drawn

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How to Plan For the Future When You Begin Divorce Proceedings

Getting a divorce can be a lengthy and complicated process, and it’s easy to end up just focusing on getting through it. But it’s important to

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How to Use Finances to Rebuild the New You

The end of a chapter doesn’t always have to be a bad thing — it can be an opportunity to start over and write an even better story than the last.

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How Divorce and Selling the Marital Home May Affect Capital Gains Taxes

Buying a new home is an exciting new beginning for married couples But, unfortunately, when the time comes to sell the house, the 4 sale sign may not

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How Financial Forgiveness Can Impact Your Divorce

The financial devastation resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic spurred the development and implementation of several supportive programs under the

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How Divorced Parents Can Plan Ahead for College Costs

Planning for college costs is a burden and point of stress for any family with college-bound kids, but for separated and divorced parents the process

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How to Protect Your Financial Future During Divorce

Most people think their greatest asset is their house. They are wrong. Checking account? Wrong again. For the vast majority of women, the most

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8 Things to Look Forward to When You Are Newly Single

Financial Flexibility Even without a shared bank account, romantic relationships are characterized by a sense of mutuality when it comes to divorce

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