My friends and family were an amazing support system during my divorce BUT they had no personal divorce experience of their own.
I was the first one to go through the process which meant my situation was completely unchartered territory for all of us!
Sometimes I felt bad for burdening my friends and family with my divorce issues. They couldn’t relate first hand to what I was going through and their emotions would get involved in our conversations because they felt bad for me and didn’t know how to make it better.
My attorney was great but talking to him was mostly about the logistics and proceedings. And every conversation we had was documented against a very expensive clock, costing me a fortune!
Looking back, I really wish I had a neutral support system, someone who could understand what I was going through because they already went through a similar life experience.
Today, with the knowledge, experiences, and strength I have gained through my own journey, I’m happy to be a support system for others. I’m able to help my friends now, as they navigate their own divorce and co-parenting situations. I’ve written my No-Nonsense Guide To Divorce & Co-Parenting and I’m always available by email for my readers who write in seeking guidance too.
I’ve come to realize though that I have something here. My experiences and ability to handle the technicalities of a divorce process in the most positive, level-headed way possible need to be put to even better use.
Enter divorce consulting services.
Think of me as a middle person between a therapist and your attorney. I’m certainly not your legal counsel nor a licensed therapist. I’m more like your neutral party friend who went through the very same experiences which means I can offer you a shoulder to complain on while providing you with the feedback you need to steer you in the right direction.
I can help you to:
Vent your issues, emotions, complaints, and process details to a neutral party.
Provide you with personal, relatable situations to help you to not feel so alone and isolated.
Make you laugh through my ability to rationalize and make light of the really serious scenarios.
Steer you in the right direction of finding legal counsel in your area and what to expect.
Help you to navigate the process while offering advice along the way.
Provide you with coping mechanisms, communication tactics, and helpful ways to view situations without negativity.
What I can’t do:
Provide actual legal advice.
Provide medication or licensed therapy responses.
Interested in learning more about my divorce consulting services? Simply fill out the contact form below and I will get back to you shortly!