A resource for parents facing separation or divorce. Share the challenges divorce creates for parents and learn solutions that have worked for others. Lots of expert advice from therapists, attorneys, mediators, educators and other supporters.
Please feel free to take a look at all of the resources we have here that may be of help to you. They were created to help people in the divorce process to create a peaceful one, and a better life for themselves and their families afterward.
Cynthia Tiano, Esq.
Peaceful Divorce Mediator/Coach
Author, “Happily Divorced! Secrets of the Win-Win Formula”
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With a little under two months to go until tax day, some divorcing couples are beginning to receive surprising news from their tax professionals. Could you have a surprise when you’re preparing your 2013 income taxes?In January 2013, Congress passed the American Tax Relief Act (ATRA).A compromise measure, the…See More
In October 2013, I was attending the annual conference of the Academy of Professional Family Mediators in Denver. While there I met colleagues from around the country who had a great deal to share about both the fiscal and emotional aspects of divorce. It was an intense learning experience for everyone involved, but we were lucky enough to be able to stop taking…See More
When many people think about mediation, they assume that the term simply refers to a professional sitting with two conflicting parties in a room and trying to get them to negotiate and reach a compromise. While this is somewhat of an accurate picture, what people often fail to realize is that there are several different styles of mediation and different mediators…See More
One option available to couples seeking to amicably resolve their divorce is co-mediation. This is simply a form of mediation is which 2 mediators are present to help facilitate a mutually beneficial resolution. Having a second mediator present can be helpful for a number of reasons:Each mediator may have a…See More
In my last blog, I wrote about the wise use of professional specialists. This article contains a cautionary tale which shows how bringing in the professional specialist early on can prevent considerable problems later.The article was written by Scott Evans, CCIM, CRMS of the Family Mortgage Team, LeaderOne Financial Corporation, Marietta, Ga. I have referred…See More
One of the things I have learned over the years is that we can not be a Jack-of-all-trades and a master-of-none. In today’s ever-changing world we need to have connections with professionals in other disciplines and specialities. This is especially true working in the divorce area.In the past it was the attorney’s…See More