I recently sat down with divorce coach and consultant Dominique Nicole of Divorzing.com to talk about the challenges of shared parenting time during the holidays and how to overcome them.
In my practice over the years, I have learned what to watch for to protect aging relatives.
Here are 7 pointers and things to consider as you care for an older relative.
Estate planning has become my favorite part of my practice. You may be thinking, Ugh, I don’t want to think about my death. Push pause on that one. Hit the snooze button.
Well, no. Don’t. The time to get this done is actually now.
When you got married, you probably never imagined a sheriff’s deputy showing up at your door to serve you with divorce papers. Unfortunately, that’s often what happens. And now that it’s happened to you, you probably want to know what to do next.
We can help.
If you need to know what to do when your spouse files for divorce in Colorado, here’s how to get started.
So you made the big decision to file for divorce. Or maybe the decision was forced on you because your marriage has become intolerable — it’s no longer a “real” marriage.
What now? It can feel overwhelming to even figure out how to begin the divorce process. But we can help.