Peaceful Divorce

URGENT - Your help needed by June 30th, 2012!

Can you help me to help others? Those of us who are

divorce professionals can surely relate to cases of divorce gone

wrong and we're members here at Peaceful Divorce because we 

know divorce doesn't necessarily have to be that way.


I'm on a mission to enlighten and empower people about better,

less bitter, ways to divorce that saves people time, money and

their sanity in the process, but to do that takes resources and that's

why I’m posting here to ask for your help and a moment of your time

TODAY….deadline is this Saturday!

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I have entered for an opportunity to receive one of 12 individual 
grants of $250,000 each awarded to 12 small businesses. I 
need 250 votes by June 30th.  As of Thursday, I’m only 65 votes

away from qualifying for the next level.  I would so appreciate your


It's very easy. Just go to, hit 
the log-in and support button (you DO NOT have to register or 
enter your email to vote, but you do need to be a facebook user),

then type in Divorce Money Matters (you'll know you've got it

right if it says Kennesaw, GA!). 

Thank you in advance if you do vote ... and I would also appreciate 
it if you would hit the share button when you're done to help spread 
the word.

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Just an FYI... Due to heavy traffic to the website you may get an error 
message. Simply refresh your page and submit your vote again. The server

is getting hit hard these final days. 

Sharing our common goals of changing lives for the better....

With gratitude,

Lisa C. Decker, CDFA

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Comment by Lisa C. Decker, CDFA on July 1, 2012 at 3:43pm
Cynthia, thank YOU for allowing me to post here and featuring it on your site. It's wonderful to be associated with great folks who understand the value of "Peaceful Divorce" as an option and I look forward to continuing to spread the word.
Comment by Cynthia Tiano, Esq. on June 29, 2012 at 7:00pm
Awesome Lisa, well done! :)
Comment by Lisa C. Decker, CDFA on June 29, 2012 at 3:01pm

Belinda, thank you very much for your vote.   I'm so happy to be past this first hurdle and truly appreciate your time and support.  :)

Comment by Belinda Rachman, Esq. on June 29, 2012 at 2:00pm
I just voted and it said you have 252 votes! Way to go!!!

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