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Angelina & Brad Disgrace Wedding Vows

Angelina & Brad Disgrace Wedding Vows

Why we have to keep our promises, especially when we get divorced. We don’t know exactly what Angie and Brad promised each other on their wedding day, but from the tabloids we do know that their children helped to write their vows and one of them was “to say sorry, whenever they had a fight”. […]

27th February 2017 | By | Reply More
Divorce: The War Stops Here

Divorce: The War Stops Here

. How can anyone with first-hand experience of this dreadful tragedy, advise others to engage in a legal war to divorce? . . In her blog about divorce, Morgan Deane advises the readers of her Greengirlsguide as follows: “Peace? Hah! Now the War begins for real, so you’d better equip yourself with some balls and […]

16th February 2017 | By | Reply More
Is Media Fueling the Divorce War?

Is Media Fueling the Divorce War?

. . News24 HOT TOPICS today: “Morgan Deane talks divorce: Now the war begins for real” . Divorce is an extremely sensitive family matter, notorious for its devastating effects on spouses, their children, their extended families, friends, colleagues and even new partners. The destruction is more often than not caused by the acrimonious litigation extended […]

14th February 2017 | By | Reply More
Ex-Valentines Day Cards

Ex-Valentines Day Cards

In the spirit of civilised, fair divorce, we created some Ex-Valentine’s Day Cards. If you need a bit of humour to lighten up or really want to wish your ex well, you are welcome to share these complimentary cards. (Simply click on the image and right-click again to save as, then forward to the recipient)   […]

13th February 2017 | By More
Who needs an Attorney, if 90% of Divorces Settle Out of Court?

Who needs an Attorney, if 90% of Divorces Settle Out of Court?

It’s time for a NEW Strategy! When people decide to get divorced, what is the first thing they do? They consult an attorney at a considerable fee who proceeds with issuing summons to the other party. This legal document accuses their spouse of some or other wrong-doing and literally threaten them to incur even more […]

4th February 2017 | By More
Uncoupling

Uncoupling

Uncoupling by  Sara Davison, is based on her own experience of divorce as well as her work as a divorce coach. Having worked with various top personal development coaches and won an APCTC (Association of Professional Coaches, Trainers & Consultants) Award in 2015, Sara aims to teach people how to take control and create the […]

5th December 2016 | By More
Thank Your Ex Once In A While

Thank Your Ex Once In A While

What are you grateful for? Mostly, we appreciate the special people in our lives, the roof over our heads, our favourite things we are fortunate to possess, good health and so on. We are inspired to adopt an “attitude of gratitude”, which is wonderful, but, in the world of divorce where I work daily, there is hardly […]

25th November 2016 | By More
Get a Second Opinion

Get a Second Opinion

You’re probably angry, disappointed, sad, frustrated, anxious and exhausted about the whole divorce thing. To make matters worse, it is difficult to concentrate on your work or focus on your responsibilities. Yes, I know what you’re going through every day, because I’ve been there myself. . I want to offer you a solution to your unique problems! With […]

22nd November 2016 | By More
How to Mediate with a Reluctant Party

How to Mediate with a Reluctant Party

Mediation should be your first option so that you preserve your relationship going forward, but what are you to do when the other person does not want to enter into the process? Many people are reluctant to engage in mediation for various reasons, the most common of which is the lack of understanding of the […]

24th October 2016 | By More
Earn Forgiveness and Rebuild Trust after Betrayal

Earn Forgiveness and Rebuild Trust after Betrayal

Whether you divorce or reconcile, it remains paramount to earn forgiveness for betraying our spouses and work diligently to build a renewed trusting relationship. This process set out below, will not only bring healing but will lay the foundation for respectful and amicable co-parenting where children are involved. To err is human, to take full […]

8th July 2016 | By More