Pre And Post-Divorce Coaching: Dating During And After Divorce
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by Lindsey Sharp
8M ago
This is the first post in my new series which will address a topic that is generally a hot button issue: can and should one date prior to a divorce, and what are the rules following a divorce. When leaving a marriage, some spouses are eager to dive into the dating scene and move on. Other spouses need to mourn their marriage and may be extremely hurt by their former partner moving on quickly. When children are in the equation, dating after a divorce becomes even more complicated. While there are no hard and fast ‘rules,’ there are some etiquette that one may wish to follow, that can help the d ..read more
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Pre-Divorce Coaching: Is it a Good Time to File?
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by Lindsey Sharp
8M ago
This is my final post in my series discussing issues that a husband or wife should consider prior to filing for divorce. In this series, I have mentioned several issues that spouses’ should address prior to formally filing for divorce. In this post, I will briefly recap my discussion and expand on any final issues that one might think about before rushing to the courthouse. Asking one’s spouse for a divorce is not a matter that should be taken lightly, and it is important to cover all of one’s bases prior to taking such a drastic step. Prior to filing for divorce spouses’ should consider a var ..read more
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Pre-Divorce Coaching: Thinking About the Custody Arrangement Before Filing
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by Lindsey Sharp
9M ago
This is the next post in my series discussing issues a spouse may wish to consider prior to filing for divorce. My last post dealt with the topic of considerations a man or woman may have if a partner in the marriage has health concerns that are dependent on insurance coverage, or if a spouse requires a caretaker. In this article I will be discussing one of the most common issues in family law– custody arrangements for the children. The divorce transition will go smoother if a parent can provide a realistic plan for sharing custody The majority of states will favor a shared custody plan, provi ..read more
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Pre-Divorce Coaching: Issues to Consider When a Spouse Has Health Concerns or Caretaker Needs
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by Lindsey Sharp
9M ago
This is the next post in my series discussing topics a married person may wish to consider prior to filing for divorce. While no person should stay in a marriage that they wish to leave, the divorce process will often go more smoothly if the filing party has their affairs in order first. In this post I will be discussing a topic that can be quite sensitive; how to handle a divorce if one spouse has health concerns that will be directly impacted by the end of the marriage. The filing spouse should gather all pertinent information regarding health insurance prior to filing for divorce Many spous ..read more
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Pre-Divorce Coaching: Are You Financially Stable Enough To File For Divorce?
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by Lindsey Sharp
10M ago
This is the next post in my series discussing if one is ready to file for divorce. When a relationship hits a rocky patch, it may be tempting to act impulsively. But filing legal documents is taking a large step and will immediately trigger a series of changes in your life. While a rocky relationship inevitably creates a number of turbulent emotions, it is important to wait to file for divorce when one is clear headed and has considered all of the angles. In today’s post, I will be discussing why it is important to consider your immediate financial situation once you file, and if you are finan ..read more
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Pre-Divorce Coaching: Do You Know Why You Want A Divorce?
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by Lindsey Sharp
11M ago
When a spouse chooses to file for divorce, they usually know that they are unhappy. Most of the time, they know that they have been unhappy for a long time. But when a person files for divorce, they cannot always communicate why exactly they are unhappy, or how their spouse contributes to their unhappiness. Prior to asking your spouse for a divorce, it is imperative that you ask yourself the tough questions and ensure that a break from your spouse is what you need. Once you request a separation, you cannot take back the hurt and anger they may experience from finding out you want to end the re ..read more
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Pre-Divorce Coaching: How To Determine If You Are Ready To File
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by Lindsey Sharp
11M ago
This is a series I will be writing that will discuss various topics related to determining if a spouse is ready to file for divorce. The decision to end a marriage is not something that should be taken lightly; when two people are married, they merge their lives together and it can take a great deal of work to untangle this merger. My upcoming series will help spouses make a checklist of sorts of issues they should consider prior to filing for divorce. Whether your marriage lasted decades, or only a short time, the chances are that drastic changes will occur once you separate from your spouse ..read more
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Parental Coaching After Divorce: Series Recap Of The Importance of Child Custody Schedule Maintenance
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by Lindsey Sharp
11M ago
This is my final post in my series which discussed various issues related to custody schedule maintenance, and the importance of having and sticking to a custody plan. I wrote this series because, as a divorce coach, I understand that post-divorce the custody schedule is only step one. As life continues to unfold, co-parents inevitably will have disagreements, changes to their or their children’s routines, and unexpected issues that will arise. While it is impossible to address all of the natural emotions that come up when splitting custody and spending time away from your children, my goal of ..read more
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Parental Coaching After Divorce: Preparing and Planning for Holidays and Vacations
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by Lindsey Sharp
11M ago
This is my next post discussing the importance of maintaining a court ordered custody schedule. My previous post discussed the importance of utilizing personal time for self-care when children are with their other parent. Becoming a single parent is a difficult adjustment, and while some parents may feel guilty for “enjoying” time away from their children, it is important to build a new identity post-divorce. In this article, I will be discussing how planning and preparing for vacations and holidays can avoid drama not only between parents, but other family members and children as well. Custod ..read more
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Parental Coaching After Divorce: Taking Advantage Of Personal Time When Children Are Away
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by Lindsey Sharp
1y ago
This is the next post in my series discussing the importance of maintaining a court ordered custody schedule. My previous post discussed the difficulties that co-parents face with communication and offered tools to help share necessary information with a co-parent. In this post, I will be discussing an issue that many parents struggle with- filling their time when their children are with their co-parent. Many parents experience feelings of guilt, sadness, and anger when their children are away. In this article, I will offer parents advice on how to navigate these feelings. Many parents struggl ..read more
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