Divorce is an intensely personal experience that invariably sends ripples, and sometimes tsunamis, through the lives of those involved. While its emotional and financial toll on individuals is well-documented, what often remains hidden in the shadows is the significant corporate fallout of divorce and, more specifically, the vital role of Human Resources (HR) professionals. In […]
Divorce often receives negative criticism, but let’s look into the advantages that can arise from it. Many individuals who have experienced divorce can vouch for the positive aspects that come with it. Here are eight reasons to uncover the benefits of divorce: 1. Freedom Divorce allows you to break free from a relationship where your […]
A Path to Personal Empowerment After Divorce Hello, resilient souls! Today, I want to visit an often-overlooked topic of great significance—the journey toward happiness and empowerment after divorce. We spend a lot of time talking about the downside of divorce. Let’s take a peek at the upside. In our society, lifelong marriages are often glorified as […]
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 […]
If you have found yourself googling “divorce lawyer near me”, this message is for you: clarity is power – understanding what actually applies in your unique situation will help you make decisions in your own best interest. That being said, it’s time for us to bust some of the misconceptions around the divorce process by […]
Divorce is like an offroad path, it’s so bumpy that your initial plan might get derailed even if you approach it thoroughly and thoughtfully. However, the more you know about your options, the more equipped you are to stand for what you want, and think is right. It doesn’t come as a surprise that the […]
I needed to retreat from the world a little bit and think. While part of me feels like I need to explain that (the quiet time), the more significant part of me says, "no, it's OK."