Dissolution Resolution: How to Protect Your Personal Credit

Written by Kimberly R. Nelson, C.F.A., C.D.F.A.

Divorce can be an emotional roller coaster that you never wanted to ride in the first place, and you just can’t wait to get off of. While you’re holding on tight and waiting for this shaky ride to end, it’s easy to forget about basic money management and how important it will soon become, particularly when it comes to your personal credit. If you don’t protect yourself, you risk the negative consequences associated with your former spouse’s debt.


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Why Hiring an Expensive Lawyer Can Sometimes Save You Money

Written by Certified Family Law Specialist Peter M. Walzer, Esq.

We love to watch the antics of divorce lawyers on TV serials such as Suits, Boston Legal, or The Practice. While these shows are fun to watch, they are miserable to live through. You may have a handsome or beautiful attorney, who can mix things up in court, but can they resolve your case amicably, without drama?


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Parenting an Anxious Child Through a Divorce

Written by Kate Sheehan

Many children have anxiety that gets in the way of everyday functioning, and some of those children have parents who will divorce.  While all kids will face problems during a divorce, these issues can be even worse for children already struggling with anxiety, and these issues can mark a particularly critical point in a child's emotional and social development.


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How to Turn Your Divorce into an Opportunity for Personal Growth

Written by Virginia Gilbert, L.M.F.T

Divorce is a personal growth journey. Disentangling yourself legally and financially from your spouse may be a bumpy ride, but a stamped final judgment at the end of this saga signals you’ve reached your ultimate destination.


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How to Use Cannabis for Self-care During Your Divorce

Written by L.A.'s Premiere Cannabis Business Attorney Alexa M. Steinberg, Esq.

As a former Family Law attorney, I have experience handling the legal side of financial and custodial arrangements while simultaneously serving as a confidant for my clients’ suffering. I had a front-row seat to some of the most hostile, disruptive, and dysfunctional relationships. Without a doubt, divorce weighs on your health and mental state. It was not easy to witness personally, and it even took a toll on me as a lawyer. So I decided I needed a change.


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