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Seen on The Montel Williams Show & Fox News
Susan Allan is America’s leading Marriage and Divorce Coach and the founder of The Marriage Forum where our unique conflict resolution program produces marital reconciliation for 99% of all clients. If that is not the goal of at least one partner, the same skills generate peaceful non-litigated divorce. Each month millions of readers read Susan Allan’s columns on various websites, including her own www.thedivorceforum.com, Ask The Divorce Coach at www.parenttoparent.com; Ask The Marriage Coach in Los Angeles Family Magazine and Ask The Love & Relationship Coach at Santa Barbara Family Life Magazine. Allan has appeared on The Montel Williams Show, FOX NEWS and on hundreds of television and radio news programs. Popular motivational speaker and life coach, Allan has discovered The 7 Stages of Trauma© and is the author of 101 DIVORCE SECRETS; A SURVIVAL GUIDE and DIVORCE: THE MARRY-GO-ROUND or How to Save Your Money, Your Sanity and Your Life.
These skills have been offered to individuals and corporations worldwide, including The Association for Conflict Resolution. Allan is one of only 15 certified mediators of The Los Angeles County Bar Association. Her additional training is in Nonviolent Communication SM, used to promote peace and community-building in 40 countries around the world. Allan is certified in The Herrmann Brain Dominance™ thinking styles taught at The Wharton School and is certified by The Oneness University in Chennai, India where graduates committed to world peace include members of the papacy, Dalai Lama’s staff, and Anthony Robbins. Allan has offered training to groups including The California Correctional System’s MERIT program, The Pasadena Police Dept.’s Youth Leadership Program, Fighting Back Mentors of CA Alcohol & Drug Abuse and Passages the drug rehabilitation facility in Malibu, CA. Since 1999 more than 5,500 people have conferred with The Marriage Forum about all forms of relationships in addition to Allan’s private clientele in the United States, and worldwide.
The Marriage Forum, Inc. a 501 3 C corporation
Ph: 805-695-8405 818-314-1200 susanallan@themarriageforum.com
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At 10:15pm on September 15, 2008, Joanie Winberg said…
Hi Susan,
Wow! Good for you! What a difference you are making!
At 4:04pm on March 31, 2008, Cynthia Tiano, Esq. said…
Susan -
It is my pleasure!

I am really honored to have the opportunity to get to know you and to combine our efforts in this most important cause. Please let me know if there is anything I can do for you. I would be happy to broadcast a message to our members of any events you are participating in, or other matters that you feel would be of benefit to the members or their contacts. You only have to ask!

Warm regards,

Cynthia
At 8:04am on March 29, 2008, Valorie, M.A., L.P.C. said…
Hi Susan, I'd be delighted to receive your white paper via email v_hop@yahoo.com thank you !
At 1:20pm on March 20, 2008, Rosalind Sedacca, CCT said…
Hi Susan:

I am a co-host, with Cynthia Tiano, for the largest Divorce Party in the nation. Cynthia Tiano was one of our sponsors. She's mentioned your name and I'd love to connect with you.

Visit my website: www.childcentereddivorce.com.

Best regards,
Rosalind
At 2:56am on January 26, 2008, Cynthia Tiano, Esq. said…
Hi Susan -

We are honored to have you here at Peaceful Divorce! You can certainly add a lot to this conversation! We are looking forward to you sharing your views on our current discussions including "What Do You Think A Peaceful Divorce Looks Like?" Thanks for the important part you play in spreading this most important message.

Cynthia Tiano
At 2:01pm on January 25, 2008, Belinda Rachman, Esq. said…
You belong here girl!!! I am so glad to see you. You have a LOT to give and this is a great place to share your expertise!
 
 
 

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I recently attended a conference for The Academy of Professional Family Mediators in Memphis, Tennessee. One of the workshops I participated in was on elder care mediation, which gave some fascinating insights. A 2001 study, done by Debra B. Gentry, showed nearly 40% of adult children providing care for their parents reported serious conflict with siblings, usually related to a lack of sufficient help from those siblings. This study…See More
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The Difference Between Litigation and Mediation: It's Personal

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The Taxes They Are A-Changing

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Social Security: How Do the New Rules Affect Divorced People?

The Association of Divorce Financial Planners held their annual conference this past October. One of the keynote speakers was Mary Beth Franklin, CFP, who is a contributing editor for Investment News. She spoke about the new Social Security rules and how to maximize benefits. Here is part of her talk relating to divorce:If married at least 10 years and currently unmarried, you may be able to collect on your ex-spouse’s work record as…See More
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The Association of Divorce Financial Planners’ 2016 Divorce Catalyst Conference

I recently attended The Association of Divorce Financial Planners 2016 Divorce Catalyst Conference, held from October 27-29. There were a number of excellent speakers and interesting topics presented over the three days: Day OneThe keynote speaker was Jeff Brend. Jeff is an attorney who specializes in family law and is a fellow of the American Academy of…See More
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Guest Blogger: Scott Evans Talks About HELOC

In my last blog, I had an article by Scott Evans about ARM Rates. This is a continuation of mortgages.  Scott Evans wrote about Home Equity Line Resets.  Home Equity Line ResetsFor some, other looming issues are Home…See More
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Scott Evans: Adjustable Rate Mortgages Set to Skyrocket?

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