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That’s not to say that getting divorced will ever be easy or painless. Divorce means change. Change is hard. It’s always uncomfortable. It’s usually painful.

What matters the most,though, is that you get through your divorce in a way that puts you in the best position to heal and move on afterwards.  You want to be on solid ground financially. You want your kids to be okay.  And, if you could find love again so you didn't have to spend the rest of your life alone, that would be even better!

Obviously, when you’re just starting out, you don’t know how things will end up. That’s part of what makes getting a divorce so scary.

There are no guarantees.

Yet, some people navigate through their divorce with less pain and problems than others. What do they do differently?

The 3 Keys to a Successful Divorce

People who get through their divorce amicably, without making their spouse their mortal enemy or spending their entire retirement fund AND their kids' college savings account on attorney's fees do three things that other people don't do.

  • They learn as much as they can so they UNDERSTAND how the divorce system really works.
  • They prepare for what's coming and they take control of their own divorce as much as they can.
  • They get the support they need.

As a divorce coach and recovering divorce lawyer, I can help you do all three of those things so that you can get through your divorce with less pain and less expense.


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" Karen has been an incredible resource for me in the first few years of a high conflict co-parenting situation.  She has helped me grow in setting boundaries and diffusing unnecessary conflict, while also helping me to understand how to own the power I have and how to make decisions that are right for me and my family.  She is always encouraging and insightful, while also being just enough of an accountability for me to keep me moving forward, even through difficult steps.  I know that I am far more confident and hopeful for my future having worked with Karen! "

" Thank you so much for having this information, your support and encouragement!!!!!!! You helped me to navigate with direction, hope and courage that it would all be worth it. My Divorce was last week, I went through it in a way I never dreamed possible. Thank you! I hope many others find your information, support and encouragement as well!"

" I was lost, I didn’t know what to do or who to talk to when my wife thought we should get a divorce.  I have known Karen for a number of years and I knew she specializes in situation like this, so I called her.  She talked me down from the abyss I was standing over. We laid out a plan she believed would help me, my family and my marriage.  It has been 2 years and my wife and I are still together. "


When you’re facing divorce, your financial future is up for grabs, and you have to come up with thousands of dollars to retain a divorce lawyer, why would any sane person hire a divorce coach too?

Before I answer, let me ask you a few questions:

Do you know how to find and work with a divorce attorney efficiently and effectively so that you don’t have to waste $450+ per hour on legal fees for things you don't want or need to have done?

Do you understand how every part of the divorce process works, and are you able to navigate that process with confidence and clarity?

Are you able to make sound decisions right now, when your whole world is falling apart, you’re stressed out of your mind, and you’re an emotional basket case?

If you answered “Yes” to all of those questions, you’re right. You don’t need a divorce coach.

But if you didn’t, then that’s why you do.


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