Month: October 2019

Getting SplitReady Episode 18.5: Look Before You Leap – The Benefits of Pre-Divorce Counseling

“An ounce of prevention” is especially relevant when it comes to marriage and divorce. Many couples have the basis of a strong relationship, but they let the challenges of life, marriage and parenthood create wedges that ultimately doom their marriage. In some cases, a little outside help could have patched these cracks and saved the …

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Getting SplitReady Episode 18.4: Sometimes Not Sharing Is Caring – Managing Your Social Media During Divorce

Social media – it’s everywhere. Facebook and Instagram in our personal lives. LinkedIn for our professional lives. Even our President and other politicians have moved to Twitter to communicate with constituents and wage war with one another. Our digital footprint has become as influential as our physical one. During a divorce, though, what you do …

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Getting SplitReady Episode 18.3: Different Strokes for Different Folks – The Unique Needs of Alternative Lifestyles and Divorce

Not everyone fits into the “normal” or traditional mold when it comes to marriage and relationships. Many couples opt for alternative lifestyles, which can include healthy, affirming swinging or polyamorous families. On a regular basis, these non-traditional family arrangements can be complex to manage from a social and societal perspective. When divorce happens, though, this …

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Getting Split Ready 18.2 – The Root of All Evil – Is Money the Main Cause of Divorce?

As Paul Van Der Merwe said, “Money makes the world go round.” So it’s no wonder that in many studies, financial issues are at the top of the list of reasons people argue. But is money the main reason that people divorce? Join us for an engaging discussion about money, financial issues and their impact …

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SplitReady Answers – How Do I Know if I Have Recourse?

If my spouse stops paying a payment that was stated on the divorce decree, do I have recourse? – Nancy from Las Vegas, NV Recourse is taking action to demand payment from the maker or endorser. A marital settlement agreement is a contract that divides assets, debts, and property in a marriage and spells out …

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Getting SplitReady Episode 18.1: Put On Your Own Mask Before Assisting Others – The Importance of Self Care in Divorce

Divorce can take a huge toll on a person. Cortisol increases, stress levels increase, and sleep is affected. You may even find that you miss those all-important exercise sessions. Mentally, feelings of isolation and fear can crowd out any positive or optimistic feelings. Without deliberate and active management, the adverse impact on your health and …

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Parental Alienation

SplitReady Answers – What Can I Do to Stop Parental Alienation?

What can I do to stop parental alienation? – James from Austin, TX The simple answer is tragic when one parent manipulates a child to cause harm to the other parent and that parent’s relationship with the child. At its worst, parental alienation is the destruction of the parent-child relationship through psychological abuse of the …

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