Want to learn more about The Smart Divorce Resource Guide, listen in as Steve Peck and I talk about how to have The Smart Divorce.
The very word “divorce” conjures up fear, sadness, anger, confusion and, for some, relief. But the reality of what divorce really looks like and means with all of its implications are not always clear. With close to 50% of marriages ending in divorce, we need to better employ strategies that will keep everyone, including those caught in the middle – often the children – moving towards a better life. Divorce can be a beginning even if it looks like an end.
No matter who you are, what your finances look like, whether you have children or working through issues, divorce can be complex and complicated, but it doesn’t need to be. Almost all of us have questions, deal with problems and are faced with the myriad of concerns as we navigate the maze of divorce.
Hear Deborah Moskovitch and Steve Peck discuss the concerns and questions most of us have through divorce and the importance of making smart decisions – all with the help of The Smart Divorce Resource Guide.
- The emotional, legal and finances of divorce
- Smart Co-Parenting
- Rebuilding your life to build a better future
- Coping with divorce in the workplace
- Understanding workplace stress
- How organizations can help employees stay mindful on the job
Click on the link to listen to this most valuable interview ad learn how you can save time, money and your sanity on the way to a Smart Divorce.
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