Trying To Ruin Your Spouse Is A Big Mistake!

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Your mindset matters for you and your children! Find out why trying to ruin your spouse in divorce is a big mistake! Dear Divorce Coach’s Cherie Morris and Vicki Vollweiler provided Your Tango with their expert advice! …read more

How To Date After Divorce

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Are you nervous to even think about dating? Dear Divorce Coach’s Cherie Morris and Vicki Vollweiler provided Your Tango with their expert advice! …read more

3 Reasons Trying to Ruin Your Spouse in Divorce is a Huge Mistake

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You are getting a divorce. Perhaps congratulations are in order, or, perhaps not. Whatever your sentiment about the separation and divorce, make no mistake about one single thing: how you behave now and throughout the divorce with your spouse will define much of your life post divorce. And no, it isn’t just for the kids this is true although that is very important. It’s your mindset and focus that matters, right now, even as you likely face huge life change and emotional overwhelm. …read more

Dear Divorce Coach: What are my options? Should I hire a mediator?

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Hi,

My husband left me 2 months ago without any warning. He’s claiming emotional abuse and taking no responsibility. I’ve taken full responsibility and asked for his forgiveness and he has yet to give me what I need – a date and some structure. There are a thousand and one people involved and 2 biblical counselor’s – one he’s seeing and one who’s seeing us. I feel that both are taking his side and claiming I need to submit to him and just take all responsibility, no one is calling him on his stuff. It’s been 2 months and he is continuing to not take any responsibility. What are my options? Should I hire a mediator? …read more

Top 5 Financial Loose-Ends to Tie Up Before You Untie the Knot

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When couples are in the midst of the divorce process, they have a lot on their minds. They are typically just trying to get through each day one step at a time. Often, the absolute last thing they want to face is their financial picture and what changes are taking place as a result of the dissolution of the marriage. …read more

Should I Keep Or Sell The Family Home?

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One of the toughest, most emotional decisions of divorce is whether to keep or sell the family home. You have so many memories of starting a life together with your partner, bringing home a child, having a family pet, celebrating family holidays together, but, when the relationship ends, so do the dreams you once had for your future in the home together. …read more

Should I Take a 401k Loan??

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It is so difficult to sort through the financial minutiae in the midst of a divorce. Believe me – I know. I was right there only a few short years ago.

It can feel overwhelming knowing there is so much riding on these potentially life changing decisions. But, all you need is to be armed with the right information at the right time. You need to know what will affect you, your taxes, and your financial well-being down the road. As with anything, it takes some time, research and a little planning. I’m here to help! …read more