DIVORCE “BREXIT” STYLE

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As the world watches recent events unfold after the United Kingdom Brexit vote last week to leave the European Union, many commentators have compared this process to a high-conflict and complicated divorce. Below are four insights that I have explored with my clients after they have made the decision to “leave” and the work begins in exploring the next steps in navigating their own high-conflict divorce.

  • You need an interim plan. – In the first few days and weeks ...
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CO-PARENTING POST DIVORCE

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One of the more challenging aspects post divorce can be co-parenting with your ex. During your divorce process you may have benefited from having your attorneys act as the intermediaries who handled the more difficult conversations and communications. While a parent coordinator can typically be the primary resource for parents in high-conflict post divorce, they tend to meet with both parents at the same time and their focus is on supporting your child. A coach can provide meaningful support as ...

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NAVIGATING LITIGATION AND MEDIATION

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If you and your spouse are preparing to meet face to face with a mediator or in a courtroom with the judge, the ability to be calm, realistic, and informed will make you a better client for your attorney, your primary advocate. If your emotions are making it difficult for you to effectively communicate your goals and needs to your attorney, and settlement is your goal, you may benefit from coaching during this phase in order to get support in ...

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