In or Out of Court: One of the Gut-Wrenching Choices of the Divorce Dilemma You want to fight as little as possible. There’s been enough fighting already. BUT You’re concerned about getting what is fair and understanding your rights. You want your story told. You finally want to be heard. BUT You want everyone to […]
Divorce is a significant life event that can bring about feelings of chaos and uncertainty, particularly for women going through it in midlife after a long-term marriage. However, with the right strategies and knowledge, it’s possible to regain control over your financial situation and achieve lasting financial stability. Let’s take a few minutes to explore […]
Where do I start? I’ve never done this before; I don’t know what to do. I’m afraid of making huge mistakes because I’m unsure what to do. The most common questions I hear at the beginning of a divorce. Enter your Certified Divorce Coach®. Divorce can be emotionally turbulent, leaving individuals uncertain about the future. […]
Navigating divorce is a life-altering event that demands thoughtful decision-making and emotional resilience. As your Certified Divorce Coach, I understand women’s unique challenges during this transformative period. Today, let’s talk about… Insights and guidance on making grounded decisions during divorce. Focusing on what is best for you. Your children. Your financial stability. Let’s explore strategies […]
Divorce can be emotionally challenging and financially complex, especially for high-net-worth women who have worked hard to build wealth. At Bridging Divorce Solutions, we believe that divorce should not define you but instead present an opportunity for growth and a brighter future. Our mission is to empower mid-career and mid-life women to approach divorce with […]
Divorce is hard enough without having to worry about the financial repercussions. That’s where a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® (CDFA) comes in. A CDFA® is a specialist trained to help you navigate the financial challenges of divorce. Here’s what you need to know about CDFAs® and why you should consider working with one. If you’re […]
One of the most common questions I hear during my first call with someone who wants a divorce or heard it from their spouse is, "where do I start?" It's a great question, and when people stop to think that through instead of jumping into a process that is not best suited for them or their family, they almost always have a better outcome and less expensive divorce.
In divorce, the life you knew it is falling apart. The natural reaction is to cling to what you know and salvage what you can. When everything you thought you knew about your life and your future is in pieces, it can be a struggle to make sense of the fragments that remain. It's typical to want to stay in the house and retain some appearance of normalcy. While it seems like you are providing stability by staying in the family home, think it through. It may be a very high-priced mistake.
As soon as you begin to contemplate divorce, the nauseating, panic-attack-inducing realization of losing half of your net worth kicks in, and you find yourself wondering if it's even worth it to consider leaving if you're going to end up broke and starving.