Adultery, Excused

Written by Joryn Jenkins, Esq.

I’ve been practicing law as a committed trial attorney for forty years now, but it wasn’t until 2009, when I handled my third collaborative divorce, that I experienced that epiphany that collaborative professionals call The Paradigm Shift, i.e. realizing that divor...

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10 Tips on How to Reinvent Yourself After Divorce

Written by Ben Hartwig

Even if a divorce ends without any major hiccups, the day after it becomes final can hit you like a truck or an epic hangover.

It's often a mix of emotions you never knew existed or didn't expect to be on the receiving end of. Anger, joy, heartbreak, anxiety - if the feelin...

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How to Start the Divorce Process

So you and your spouse are unsatisfied in your marriage and have decided to call it quits. The difficult decision-making process is finally over, but you might be left confused and intimidated by the actual process of filing for divorce, and we don’t blame you. After all, you’re not an expert in ...

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How to cope with divorce

Every breakup is challenging, but the grief and pain are often amplified when that breakup constitutes the end of a marriage. After all, you intended your marriage to last forever. Your spouse started out a stranger and became a member of your family. You thought that love would be enough to bind...

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COVID-19 Makes Me Feel Like We're Living in the Twilight Zone

Written By Lauren Pearl, Pearl Concierge Services

The Twilight Zone TV series is on my mind a lot right now in this “foreign” world where people are wearing masks!

When I was 5 years old I watched The Pig Faced Doctors episode of "The Twilight Zone."

Masked doctors were staring down at their pati...

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