The end of your marriage, doesn’t mean the end of your world. I like to see it as the beginning of your new life.
Whether you choose to work with me as a mediator, divorce coach, or Certified Divorce Financial Analyst®, my goal is to reduce the pain, stress and overwhelm of ending your marriage. I’ll help you understand the process, know what your choices are and guide you to make informed decisions.
One great way to get to know me and some of my philosophies around divorce is to listen to a few of my podcast episodes. For a while I hosted my own podcast – Conversations About Divorce – which you can find on Spreaker, Apple Podcasts, Spotify and iHeartRadio. I’ve also hosted the third and fourth seasons of Worthy.com’s branded podcast Divorce And Other Things You Can Handle – which you can find on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify and Android.
A mediated divorce is a viable and affordable alternative to traditional divorce.
It’s no wonder you’re feeling overwhelmed, uncertain and afraid of making the wrong decision. This may be your first divorce but it’s not mine. Let me guide you to an equitable resolution that’s acceptable to both of you.
You don’t have to do this alone.
And you shouldn’t. That’s the way people make poor decisions they end up regretting. While this may be the end of your marriage, it’s also a beginning.
It’s the beginning of your next chapter and the choices you make now will have a fundamental impact on that chapter.
As a divorce coach, it’s my job to guide you to informed, intentional and balanced decisions that give you a solid foundation for moving forward.
Overwhelmed by numbers?
Even people who are used to handling the household finances get bogged down trying to figure out how to divide everything.
As a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst®, I can help you understand how the division of different types of financial accounts is handled and the most common pitfalls to avoid.