Whether it’s financial crisis, divorce or co-parenting trauma, the courts are extremely limited in their ability to offer useful help and effective planning and strategies and to individuals and families facing life problems that appear insurmountable. I have designed a series of programs to specifically intended to:

  • help mitigate the negative psychological effects of divorce and family court trauma
  • create a normalized and healthier co-parenting dynamic
  • establish a framework to set and achieve realistic financial goals and objectives
  • bring about extraordinary relationships at home, in the workplace and in the community
  • how to choose happiness, develop a positive outlook and find contentment

Divorce Planning Checklist

Divorce is stressful and it can be hard to stay organized. This divorce checklist is a comprehensive “to-do” essential that will help you stay on track during the planning phase of your divorce and help you gather all relevant information in one place so you can breathe a little easier knowing you’ve prepared in advance for everything you’ll need.


“Stop The Court Chaos” Checklist

Many Individuals and families find themselves going back to family court over and over. As soon as one problem gets resolved, another one pops up and the court becomes a revolving door that families can’t get out of. This cycle of conflict and confusion is expensive, frustrating, and stressful. Use this checklist as a strategic framework to stay out of family court and promote family happiness and stability.


How to Testify In Family Court Checklist

Take a deep breath, and keep your hands and feet inside the ride at all times! Testifying in court can be SCARY, but if you keep this handy checklist within your reach, it will help you keep your composure and remind you of the do’s don’ts so that your case is efficiently presented and you aren’t thrown off track.

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