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Protecting your assets during divorce

By tracy@amicabledivorcenetwork.com | December 14, 2021

Protecting Yourself and Your Finances During a Divorce– by Angela R Rehkop, ChFCTM, CFP® The nicest person can turn vicious during a divorce. Be smart and minimize your risk during a divorce.BEFORE A DIVORCE Make any necessary large purchases before filing for divorce.Is your car on it’s last legs? Does your house need a new…

How To Create a Low-conflict Child-Centered Divorce, Despite Challenges!

By tracy@amicabledivorcenetwork.com | December 13, 2021

Written by Rosalind Sedacca Cooperative coparenting supports children By Rosalind Sedacca, CDC Anyone going through divorce knows it inevitably stirs up charged emotions — some anticipated and others unexpected. And when children are involved, the process is exponentially more complex and challenging. One of the biggest battlegrounds revolve around child custody and child support. Fortunately, there…

What is the Amicable Divorce Network?

By tracy@amicabledivorcenetwork.com | December 9, 2021

Join Amicable Divorce Network founder, Tracy Ann Moore-Grant, as for this recording of a live presentation from December of 2021. This presentation is focused on describing the network, the difference between and amicable and traditional divorce and explains how to become a member or begin an amicable divorce.

There’s a Better Way to Divorce: Divorce Amicably

By tracy@amicabledivorcenetwork.com | November 22, 2021

There’s a Better Way…to Divorce By Tracy Ann Moore-Grant, founder Amicable Divorce Network             Over my years of practice, I have noticed a trend in the attitude couples are taking towards their divorce. There has been a shift away from your stereotypical animosity-filled court battle divorce towards uncontested and amicable divorce.  Most Americans first heard…

Your Post Divorce To Do List

By tracy@amicabledivorcenetwork.com | November 22, 2021

Tracy Ann Moore-Grant             You just got your Final Judgment and Decree from your attorney. What to do now? Divorce party? Weekend in Vegas? Maybe. But to fully complete all that you need to do now that your marriage legally over, there is more work to be done.  No one is automatically notified that your…

What is Discernment Counseling?

By tracy@amicabledivorcenetwork.com | November 22, 2021

Learn about Discernment Counseling, a specialized type of marriage counseling focused on determining if a divorce is right for you. This recording is an Amicable Divorce Discussion between Amicable Divorce Network member, Kathleen Shack LCSW and Amicable Divorce Network founder, Tracy Ann Moore-Grant. https://youtu.be/VEE3yxzXlP0

How to Financially Prepare for Divorce

By tracy@amicabledivorcenetwork.com | November 22, 2021

Join Amicable Divorce Network members-attorney Allen Harris and Financial Care Provider Angie Rehkop-as they help you prepare financially for divorce. Initially recorded during one of our Amicable Academy seminars which are open for anyone to attend, the video can now be viewed on YouTube. https://youtu.be/ZG-JOkfzj2M

Top 10 Complaints We Hear About Divorce Litigation

By micronetkstout | November 2, 2021

Harmful to children – Prevents healthy co-parenting. Inherently adversarial – Encourages extreme positions; aggravates problems that led to the divorce; brings out the worst in people; lacks dignity and civility; divorced couple part as bitter enemies engendering a lifetime of bad feelings. Lack of control – “runaway train” effect; no road map or definite end…