The business of a divorce follows hard lines, and rules set by each governing state. Those experiencing a divorce are coming from a place of deep emotion and can have trouble separating these emotions from the decisions that need to be made, oftentimes resulting in a negative settlement.
What is a Divorce Coach?
The American Bar Association (ABA) defines divorce coaching as “a flexible, goal-oriented process designed to support, motivate, and guide people going through divorce to help them make the best possible decisions for their future, based on their particular interests, needs, and concerns.”
The Best Reasons to Use a Divorce Coach
By working with a divorce coach you’ll find that you’re able to more easily communicate your needs through the divorce process. Taking that step most often allows our clients to make the transition to the next steps in your life with greater ease.
We’re certified professionals and understand this can be a very emotional journey.
While navigating through difficult decisions you will have a knowledgeable, experienced, professional at your side. Divorce law differs vastly from state to state and it’s important that you understand your options.
These Are More Than “Just Details”
Adding to the difficulty of understanding the legal side of divorce you will also deal with the emotional side of things. If you have children, the process can quickly become overwhelming. Working with a divorce coach can be considered an important step toward self-care. Your coach will expertly guide you through the process of presenting your desires while helping you to shoulder the emotions that can be overwhelming. Your coach will help you understand clearly what can be expected through each step and how to approach this situation with an educated clear mindset.
Divorces Can be Complicated
The act of divorce – resolving property issues, fair division of assets and debts, financial support, and decisions made concerning children require sound decision-making. A Certified Divorce Coach will work with you to help you exercise good judgment. Separating emotions from legal issues is most often very hard for those in the midst of a divorce. Coaching will help you adapt to the changes that will come up during the divorce process and provide you with the mental tools needed to transition into your new life, saving you money, time, stress, and energy.
Contact me today at 585-750-6530 to schedule a complimentary 30-minute consulting session. During this session, you’ll be introduced to the process and shown how coaching can assist you.