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Divorce Coaching

Even professionals from sports to business have coaches. Coaches are a sounding board to run ideas past and to get unbiased information from. A coach often can see a solution to a problem because they are able to see the solution that the client cannot see because they are not immersed or entangled with the complexities that the problem brings.

Divorce is no different, when you are faced with numerous choices and emotions, coming at you all at once, you need someone that can see the situation from a different perspective and guide you in adjusting your swing so to speak.

Divorce can be a scary time, so many choices, so much uncertainty about the future, all these people telling you what you should do. You need a safe place where you are able to digest all this information, and decide what really is the best choice for you as to how you should proceed and at what course you should take.

Whether it is one on one coaching, yourself and your spouse together, or in a group setting, divorce coaching is not a method to plan how you will get the other person, but how you will be able to get on with your life.

If you wish to learn more about divorce coaching, please schedule an appointment for a free consultation to see if coaching and mediation are the right choice for you and your spouse.

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