Having been through the divorce from hell, involving 5 years of litigation driven by a hostile, abusive, high earning ex, I created Brilliant Exits to help others understand the process, what's at stake, and how to achieve a family friendly divorce.
I share my family story to help others understand what can happen when divorce is left in the hands of litigious attorneys and the courts. I also offer programs and individual coaching/consultations to educate men, women and couples about the process and how to achieve a cooperative, family friendly divorce.
My goal is to spare others the pain and financial devastation of a court driven divorce.
That would be great. Shall we schedule something? I'm on east coast time and prefer mornings or evenings. If you send me some options I'll let you know what works for me. Your video intro/welcome was well done!
Welcome to Peaceful Divorce! We are honored to have you here.
What a fantastic name for your website. I love it! I briefly looked at the site and I see that you have a section for Second Saturday. One of our members here, Susan Ames, puts on Second Saturday events here in South Florida (Boca Raton). Perhaps you would like to connect with her. She is an amazing woman!
Please feel free to weigh in on our discussion forum or post a discussion of your own! I would love to see you answer the question, "What Piece of the Peaceful Divorce Puzzle Do You Have?" I'm sure your story is very inspiring!
Please let me know if there is anything I can do to help you!
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