The process of going through a divorce can be one of the most difficult and stressful experiences you will ever experience. Alas, the divorce process often requires you to make life-changing decisions while trying to deal with the end of the relationship. What you might not realize is how the personal component of the situation could directly affect the legal aspects. In many cases, the personal side of a divorce impacts the legal process in nearly every case.
Divorce coaching is an overall approach in which the coach assists in opening communication about a range of topics related to your divorce. A divorce coach will ask questions on topics to help you formulate a plan before, during or after a divorce. Topics such as where to live after your divorce, how to navigate common friendships, emotional organization and clarity, or how to talk with your soon-to-be ex-spouse about parenting issues.
During the divorcing process, you may find intense feelings that are difficult to manage and can have an effect on your ability to think and act rationally. By overwhelming yourself with these powerful emotions it can lead to costly financial and personal mistakes in a divorce. These mistakes can have long-term effects for all parties involved. Through Divorce Coaching we strive to provide a flexible, goal-oriented process designed to motivate, support and guide you through the divorce. With a divorce coaches help preparing for the process, you work toward developing the necessary skills to negotiate and effectively communicate desires, wants and needs without having your emotions take over. Divorce coaches work alongside the other members of your professional team to provide the best viable outcomes regarding the dissolution of marriage.
The ensuing goal of working with a divorce coach is to empower you to show up as your best self, work efficiently through the divorce process, and design a life vision for yourself and your children based on your intentions.
Whichever stage of the divorce process you are in, callus 775-815-3966 to set up a time to discuss your needs.
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