Dear Friends, I have been doing this work for long enough now that I have seen and heard many things – some of the stories I hear make me cry because I can hear and imagine the pain that a family is experiencing and working through. Many times, I am … [Read more...] about Aggression has no place in law.
Divorce Is Not A Scary Word
No doubt, as with most families, over the past few months, you may have used some or all of your annual and personal leave to take care of your family. And for the next few months, at least, you want to save what leave you have to take care of your … [Read more...] about Weekend appointments available.
Are you preparing to negotiate with your spouse? If so, keep in mind that "negotiating" is simply a conversation with the purpose of trying to reach an agreement with your spouse that works for both of you. Negotiating is not about who is right and … [Read more...] about Choose happiness over being right.
There is nothing easy about making or processing the decision to separate, however in making or processing the decision, you have a choice about what you do next, what steps you take, how you react, how you respond. Over the many years that I have been … [Read more...] about Smart women make smart choices during separation.
I know you want to have an amicable separation, and maintain a positive relationship moving forward - not only for your own sense of well-being, but also for your children's benefit. Let's be honest, you won't always want to cooperate with your spouse … [Read more...] about 3 reasons to cooperate with your spouse during and after separation.
This Christmas, life might look a little different to last year – and that’s okay! You might be wondering how to survive the Christmas period (spoiler alert: you will survive!) It might feel strange – and it may still feel raw, even if the separation … [Read more...] about Tips For Surviving Christmas After Separation.
Most of my clients are committed to maintaining amicable and respectful separations, particularly those whose relationship will continue as co-parents. As part of that commitment, they want to try and resolve their financial separation, or property … [Read more...] about How to Negotiate Your Own Property Settlement.
Do you love to write? Letters? Stories? Lists? If you’re like me, you most likely write daily for work or to organise your home life – shopping lists, reminders, to-do lists.. typically these are things you must write in your diary or schedule to … [Read more...] about The benefits of journalling after separation.