1. Create your divorce plan. Envisioning how you want your divorce to look can help you feel prepared for the process and give you a vision for the future as well as set the tone for your co-parenting relationship. As with a birth plan, things may not unfold exactly the way you desire, but identifying goals and priorities sets the stage for informed and empowered decision-making.
2. Address practical and logistical elements of your divorce. This may include gathering and organizing documents or information that you may need for your legal and financial team, finding local resources that could be helpful to you, or discussing a general overview or elements of the divorce timeline or process that may be unclear. Being educated, prepared, and concise can save you money by allowing you to utilize your time with your attorney more efficiently.
3. Prepare for any upcoming meetings with your co-parent or legal team. If you are feeling overwhelmed or nervous about an upcoming mediation or meeting, we can explore some tools and techniques to help you engage with focus and confidence.
4. Work through emotional challenges that arise. Divorce is hard, and even the most prepared person can get blindsided or derailed by unexpected emotions. As thought partners we will address any issues that come up with the goal of keeping you in the driver’s seat of your divorce experience.
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