What do you do when someone verbally attacks you for no apparent reason? What do you do when someone overreacts to the smallest perceived slight – even when you didn’t mean to offend them? How do you handle the critical, angry, and overall bad behavior of high conflict people? It’s not … Read more about How to Handle High Conflict People in Divorce and in Life
When you are facing divorce, one of the first questions that comes to mind (after OMG, what the @&/$! am I going to do now?!!!) is, “How do I find a good lawyer?” Knowing how to choose a divorce lawyer who will provide you with the legal advice you need, at a price you can afford, and be the … Read more about 12 Tips for How to Choose a Divorce Lawyer Who Will Be Right for You
“If you had to give divorce advice to your best friend, what would you say?” The question intrigued me. As someone who has been a divorce lawyer for decades, I’ve given my share of divorce advice. But what was my best stuff? If my brother, or my best friend, was getting divorced, what would I … Read more about 53 Pieces of Divorce Advice Your Lawyer May Not Have Told You (But Should Have!)
It’s your worst nightmare. Six months after your divorce you look at your divorce decree and wonder, “What was I thinking?!!” The truth is … you probably weren’t really thinking at all. You were just suffering from an unfortunate case of decision fatigue. What’s Decision Fatigue? Decision … Read more about Decision Fatigue: Why Smart People Make Bad Divorce Decisions
Nature, when left to universal laws, tends to produce order out of chaos ~ Immanuel Kant What if the best way to get an amicable divorce was to follow laws that your divorce lawyer never told you about? These laws apply no matter what state or country you’re in. They apply to everyone … Read more about Mastering the 3 Universal Laws For a More Amicable Divorce
After going back and forth in your head for months (or years!) you FINALLY decided that you were going to get a divorce. Then the economy tanked. Or your spouse lost his/her job. Or the stock market took a nosedive. And suddenly you found yourself right back in the throes of indecision, wondering, … Read more about I Can’t Afford to Get a Divorce! … Can I?
The teacher stood at the front of the classroom. Today we’re going to take a quiz, she told the class. She passed out papers, instructing the students to keep them face down on their desks, just like always. Once everyone had their paper, the teacher signaled the students to turn them over … Read more about Divorce and the Little Black Dot: Maximizing the Power of Focus
According to the Holmes Rahe Stress Inventory, divorce is the second most stressful event that can happen in your life. Of course, if you’re going through a divorce, you don’t need Drs. Holmes or Rahe to tell you how stressed out you feel. The truth is, you’re much more interested in discovering how … Read more about Divorce Stressing You Out? 13 Practical Tips for How to Deal with Stress