The idea of divorce is likely daunting. Or maybe you see it as an opportunity to dig in and do the work without the outside noise. Maybe you are stuck in “do I stay or do I go?” or “how can I stay and how would I go?”
Either way, if you are amicable and want to remain amicable it does require a team of support to help both parties stay on the amicable train. There will very likely be bumps and triggers along the way. And no matter how amicable the intention is, the sudden home life changes, child care reality and financial adjustments can catch you off guard when you least expect it. Emotional support and tools to help you navigate this is essential as divorce is considered one of the most stressful life events. Having experienced a multitude of divorces gives a hindsight, and an understanding that helps us help you prepare for and navigate your unknowns. We are currently meeting with couples face to face or virtually and can successfully carry out the process while we navigate the COVID-19 pandemic and all of it’s hurdles. thegooddivorce is here to help … you can reach us via phone, email, live chat or visit our blog anytime for a fresh perspective. Set yourselves up for success, especially now when literally everything is being redefined.
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