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DivorceTown® Help & Hope Seminar / Child-Centered Divorce

DivorceTown® Help & Hope Seminar / Child-Centered Divorce

The DivorceTown® Help and Hope Seminar In Conjunction with International Child-Centered Divorce Month …Receive Emotional, Legal & Financial Support ~ With Special Emphasis on the Children Friday, January 26, 2018: 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM Olive Garden 2467 Cobb Parkway SE Smyrna, GA 30080 LUNCH IS INCLUDED with your ticket purchase Join us as we shine the spotlight on better ways to…read more →

What you don’t know about divorce and your child

Did you know January is International Child-Centered Divorce Month (ICCDM)?  This worthy cause’s purpose is to promote peaceful divorce, cooperative co-parenting, and education for parents about how to prevent negative consequences for children dealing with divorce. Thanks to my friend and colleague, Rosalind Sedacca, the founder and voice of ICCDM, for sharing this guest blog post about the youngest victims of divorce – the…read more →

10 Tips to Coping With Life’s Challenges

10 Tips for Coping with a Life Challenge A life challenge can be stressful—whether it’s due to illness, job loss, financial worries, or the death of a loved one or of a marriage. If you’re facing a difficult time, consider the following. 1. Step up your self-care. Major changes are physically and emotionally taxing. You need self-care now more than…read more →

What to Do with the 529 College Savings Accounts in Divorce?

Thank you to my fellow CDFA, Kevin Worthley, from the Retirement Planning Company of New England, for this informative guest blog post below on 529 College Savings Accounts and some smart tips on dealing with them in divorce.  You can reach Kevin directly at Kevin(a)RetirementPlanningCo.com What to Do with the 529 College Savings Accounts in Divorce? By Kevin Worthley, CFP,…read more →

Cultivating a Family Attitude of Gratitude

When you’re going through a divorce, it’s difficult to focus on gratitude. Every evening before digging in to dinner, members of the Shilonoff family take turns listing something they received that day, a self-acknowledgment for something that might have been difficult or a stretch, and something for which they are grateful. A typical response from the children (ages 10, 9…read more →

Let Go and Let Love

Though I am a big fan and affiliate of Linda Claire Puig, best known for her writing and Done For You newsletters at Claire Communications, today I am sharing a personal story she recently posted in her ezine and has given me permission to share with you. Linda Claire wrote, “I’m sharing with you one of the most significant events…read more →