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The 3 Ingredients to Succeed at Getting Divorced Amicably

By Chloe O., The Divorce and Separation Coach Unfortunately, divorce is often portrayed in the media as a conflictual and war-like process. However, studies show that 90% of divorcing couples intend to divorce amicably. Fear of conflict is one of the most common reasons why my clients struggle with making the decision to divorce. But…

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Pam Traynor: Divorce Coach: Helping Clients & Helping Attorneys

Dedicated to the pursuit of helping others, Pam Traynor’s life’s purpose found a focused outlet during a pivotal times in her personal journey—her divorce and death of a partner. These transformative experiences not only deepened her self-awareness but also equipped her with invaluable insights into transition and personal growth. Join this episode of the Amicable…

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Insights for a Successful Child-Centered Divorce and Co-Parenting Experience

Presented by Rosalind Sedacca January is Child Centered Divorce Month! Join the Amicable Divorce Network for this Presentation by Rosalind Sedacca, CDC. This event is open to everyone-professionals & the public is welcome Insights for a Successful Child-Centered Divorce and Co-Parenting Experience Rosalind Sedacca, CDC is the founder of the Child-Centered Divorce Network. She’s a…

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What IS an Amicable Divorce?

You have heard the term “Amicable Divorce”. But what does it really mean? How is it different from other methods of divorce? Learn in this quick video with Amicable Divorce Network founder, Tracy Ann Moore-Grant.

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No Divorce Should Ever Go to Court

It is easy to say with a flourish of the pen, “no divorce should ever end up in court,” but in order to understand and consider viable options for high conflict divorce, the ones that end up in court, we must deconstruct the fundamentals. Divorce is about money and children. But, not just in the…

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How does a Divorce go from Uncontested to Contested?

An “uncontested divorce” is one where the parties are attempting to negotiate and resolve their case themselves. Often called a “kitchen table agreement.” Often parties are unable to negotiate all of the terms themselves for a variety of reasons including lack of knowledge about the law, in ability to calculate child support or spousal support, unequal…

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Gray Divorce and Divorcing Amicably with Andrew Hatherley

Join us for this Amicable Divorce Discussion with Amicable Divorce Network member, Andrew Hatherley. Andrew is a CDFA and host of the Gray Divorce Podcast. This discussion focuses on how those divorcing over 50 will benefit from an efficient out of court process offered by Amicable Divorce Network. Andrew Hatherley is the founder and CEO…

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Tracy Coenen helps you find hidden money in divorce!

Uncover your spouses’s hidden accounts and prepare financially for your new life. Even if you’ve never looked at your family’s financials before, the Divorce Money Guide empowers you to get the settlement you deserve.Tracy Coenen is a nationally recognized CPA and forensic accountant. She focuses on finding hidden money in divorce cases. Tracy’s work has…

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How the New Jersey Judicial Crisis Opens the Door for Amicable Divorce

By Kristin Lis Join us for this Amicable Divorce Discussion with New Jersey attorney and mediator, Kristin Lis. Kristin takes us inside the New Jersey judicial crisis and explains how the lack of judges being appointed has lead to a backlog statewide in family law cases. With little access to the court system, family law…

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