Posts Tagged ‘amicabledivorce’
What Happens to the Family Dog in a Divorce?
Who keeps the family dog? More and more, pet custody is becoming a contested issue in divorce cases. Join this discussion with pet custody specialist Karis Nafte who presents the key issues when looking at pet custody. She explains the different factors that should be looked at, the dog’s perspective, and provides key tips on…Read More
Real Estate Appraisals in the Current Real Estate Market
Wondering if a house is maintaining value in our current market? How can you get an appraisal with our up and down real estate values? Join real estate appraisers, and Amicable Divorce Network Members, Mike Congemi & Cynthia Milner. This discussion details how appraisers are producing reliable values in today’s market, how this compares with…Read More
Why you should NEVER DIY your Divorce
The success of a DIY divorce largely depends on the complexity of the case, the ability of the couple to work together and communicate effectively, and the accuracy of the information and documentation provided. Couples who have simple divorce with no assets or minor children are more likely to successfully use a DIY divorce solution…Read More
Do you need an attorney or a mediator?
Many couples want to work things out but get confused on whether they need an attorney or a mediator. Join this Amicable Divorce Discussion with Amicable Divorce Network member, Sheri Lake, as she explains the difference. Sheri can be contacted at email@example.comRead More
How to Prepare for Divorce
Preparing for a divorce can be overwhelming, but it’s important to be proactive and take steps to protect yourself. Here are some things to consider: 1. **Consult a divorce attorney.** A divorce attorney can help you understand the legal process, your rights, and what to expect during a divorce. They can also advise you on…Read More
When is it time to try marriage counseling?
Couples may consider marriage counseling when they are experiencing difficulties in their relationship that they cannot resolve on their own. Here are some signs that a couple may benefit from marriage counseling: Communication problems: Communication breakdowns can be a common issue in relationships. If you and your partner find yourselves arguing often, unable to communicate…Read More
What is Parent Coordination?
Understanding Parent Coordination Parent coordination is a form of dispute resolution that aims to help separated or divorced parents make decisions for their children without the need for court intervention. It is a child-focused process that involves the appointment of a neutral third party, known as a parent coordinator, who acts as a mediator and…Read More
10 Things to NOT do When Getting Divorced
Join Amicable Divorce Network founder, Tracy Moore-Grant, as she discusses the 10 things NOT to do when getting a divorce with Georgia attorney and mediator, Amy Carter. The #1 tip? Don’t send nudes. If you are facing divorce, this is a great topic to review to understand the Dos and Don’ts of Divorce! Amy Carter…Read More
Tax considerations relating to divorce
By Hirsch Serman, MBA, CPA, CDFA Divorcing and divorced families can add a layer of complexity when filing their tax returns. Below outlines some of the major items to consider and/or are often overlooked when working with someone going through a divorce or after the divorce is finalized. Picking the right filing status If you…Read More
Want to Learn More about Amicable Divorce?
Thank you to Amicable Divorce Network member, UK Amicable Ambassador and Divorce TV Show host, Suzy Miller, for having Amicable Divorce Network Founder, Tracy Moore-Grant on her tv show! If you missed it, please tune in to learn about how amicable divorce works, why it is different, and how you can utilize our services or…Read More