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Divorce, can be a very traumatic experience for many adults. Still, it is the children who usually suffer the most when families break up.
During these difficult times, coaching helps people trying to find some purpose in their lives. To help people to gain their power of choice, coaching teaches them to be aware of the possibilities, to regain self-esteem, to regain purpose, and find who their meant to be.
Divorce is the life altering process. It is the dissolving of a relationship that was brought together in the act of marriage binding two people together; a relationship that was going to last forever.
When most people think of divorce, they get an image in their head of two angry and upset people fighting with each other. When people are divorcing, it is highly likely that at least one of them has at some point said or done something to enrage the other.
A question we typically ask our clients at the initial consultation is, Are you seeing someone for individual counseling?
While a divorce can be one of the most traumatic events of an adult’s life, the keys to dealing with divorce can be found in the behavioral patterns of early childhood.
When a marriage is broken, there are only two types of divorces in the universe...a contested divorce or an uncontested divorce. Uncontested divorces are by far the least expensive and the least stressful to accomplish, so I’ll address that first.
Of all the major life changes we can experience, divorce is one of the most challenging - especially when children are involved. Like any crisis, divorce also presents us with opportunity - a chance to start anew. We can learn from the aching pain in our hearts to formulate a new, wiser way of living.
Divorce is a fact of life for many families. According to 1987 Census Bureau statistics, almost 4 million American couples with children are divorced.
When you came together at the time it was meant to be. It was not a mistake. Your children are not a mistake. The life you built together was not a mistake.

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Florida requires an equitable distribution of the marital property (what is fair, not necessarily equal). Each spouse keeps the property and debts that belonged to them before the marriage. Each spouse also keeps any property received as a gift or inheritance, or any property that the spouses agree to divide in a written agreement. Any property that was acquired before the spouses married or that was received as a gift or inheritance is not considered marital property. If the spouses cannot come to an agreement, a court will divide the property and the debt.

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