Why should you add Mindfulness to your separation Toolkit?

Over a lifetime, people come and they go, some stay for a short time and some a long time or a lifetime and, if we are lucky enough, we meet people who have a life-changing impact on our lives. Let … Read More

When did ghosting become a divorce tactic?

It’s highly likely, that if you have a smartphone, live in the 21st century, and are a human aged between 20-60 years old, you would have heard the term: ghosting.  This modern-day dating colloquialism isn’t a new thing. In fact, … Read More

The gentle ways to co-parent amidst your separation

“When you harshly criticize your spouse, or ex-spouse in front of your children, you are attacking their DNA.” Gary Neuman Let’s talk the ‘gentle ways to co-parent in the midst of your separation’.  A marriage or partnership coming to a … Read More

You ended the relationship, and you’re grieving too

With every new year comes a pile of new questions:  Should I keep slogging away at a job I don’t love? Will my relationship bring me joy again?, and maybe,  Is it time for me to talk away from the … Read More

January might be a bumpy month, and that’s okay

January might be a bumpy month, and that’s okay I know for many, January can be a tough month. Not only does January have the ‘bluest day’ on record (the third Monday in the month), it has unofficially been dubbed … Read More

Should I stay or go: What children of divorce want you to know.

I’ve lost count of the times that my clients have said, “We should have separated years ago but I stayed for the kids” — only to find themselves eventually separating later. The other common question I am asked is, “Will … Read More

Understanding what a Property Settlement is?

What is a property settlement? A property settlement is the process of dividing the property pool and financial affairs between you and your ex after separation.  A property pool is the total value of the marriage assets, liabilities and financial … Read More

How to ease the grief of a breakup

What you’re feeling is grief — and how to overcome it Sadness, yearning, anger, guilt, forgetfulness, insomnia and even physical symptoms such as headaches, weakness in your muscles and a tightness in your chest — these are all known symptoms … Read More

Full & Frank Disclosure -“Show and Tell” not “Hide and Seek”

In any proceedings for financial settlement whether you are asking a Court to make an order for you, you are participating in an alternate dispute resolution process or you are trying to reach an amicable agreement between you and your … Read More

Dividing a business in a divorce: when you don’t love your work(mate) anymore

There are many success stories of couples building iconic companies in harmony. But, it doesn’t always work out that way and, in the midst of a divorce or separation, owning a business together isn’t easy.  The good news? You’ve managed … Read More