Divorce Coaching

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Divorce Done Differently

Certified Divorce Coach®

As your Certified Divorce Coach®, Brenda Bridges will help you move through divorce in a more thoughtful, prudent, and efficient way.  Brenda can help you define your goals and determine the steps you need to take to move forward.  She will work to help reduce the amount of time and money you spend and will focus on reducing your stress level so that you can think clearly and make the best possible decisions for your future.

Children, even older and adult children, can feel hurt, sad and disappointed when their parents divorce.  We encourage consistent mindfulness of the impact of divorce, and the way you speak about and handle it, on your children.

As your divorce coach, Brenda will assist with the transition into a post-divorce life, focusing on making it more joyful and fulfilling. While it may be hard to imagine now, you will not only survive divorce but can truly thrive afterward.

Why Work With A Divorce Coach?

Using a Certified Divorce Coach® (CDC®) means a better process, better life after divorce for you and your family.  A CDC® helps you manage the process and prioritize your needs and boundaries throughout your divorce.  There are tons of unknowns in a divorce, especially if you’ve never gone through it before.

As your CDC®, Brenda will help you:

In the process a Certified Divorce Coach® helps you manage what you need to do and avoid procrastination (which can also lead to climbing legal bills, as meeting deadlines saves you money!)

A Better Life Beyond Divorce

Brenda Bridges is a Divorce Mediator and CDFA® – Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® who provides a step-by-step plan, education, and resources to help you get through your divorce and on with your life – without going broke or breaking down during the divorce or after.

Brenda operates with the utmost discretion and flexibility to help you make critical decisions about your family and your future in a confidential, non-adversarial, and cost-effective manner.

Our Philosophy

We help couples divorce by implementing a non-adversarial process, one that is not financially confusing and not unreasonably costly. Using alternative dispute resolution instead of, or in addition to, the court system means families can own their decisions and design their lives during and after divorce.

Knowledge and Expertise

Our certified Mediator and CDFA® is a trained financial professional who can help you navigate the divorce process and all financial aspects of divorce.

Personalized Strategy

We recognize that each divorce is different and carefully plan a custom strategy that is right for you and your solution, no matter what stage you are.

Confidential

Our work together is sensitive, discreet and confidential, while we provide a customized, non-judgmental safe-haven keeping you focused and on task.

LET'S GET STARTED

Schedule a Discovery Session

At Bridging Divorce Solutions, we help determine the short-term and long-term financial impact of a proposed divorce settlement to make sure it works now as well as down the road. We examine and analyze the numerous financial issues of a divorce, providing our clients, their lawyers, and CPAs with data to help strengthen their case. We help our clients avoid the common financial mistakes of divorce by offering important insight into the advantages and disadvantages of various settlement proposals.

Schedule a personalized strategy session with Brenda Bridges, a Mediator, Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® (CDFA®), Retirement Income Certified Professional RICP®, and Certified Divorce Coach®.

During your strategy session, she will:

  • Explore your divorce options and get clear on the right solution for your situation
  • Review your finances and explore creative settlement ideas
  • Map out a plan for transitioning to the next phase of your life
  • Identify your biggest fears and decide the best way to address them
  • Connect you with any other resources you’ll need in your process

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