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Preparing for a Dog Fight in Divorce Cases

By: Tracy Ann Moore-Grant              As a mediator and attorney, some of the most difficult cases to navigate and resolve are those involving who will receive the family pet. Typically, after hearing all of the other issues to be determined in a case, an attorney will sheepishly look at their…

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Divorce Abuse: How to Avoid it and Keep Kids OUT Of the Middle

Janet Price of JP Coaching & Consulting in California joins Amicable Divorce Network and DivorceAmicably to present at the March 2022 Amicable Academy. This presentation focuses on tips for keeping children out of the conflict of divorce, reducing conflict between the parties and moving forward positively. Watch now on YouTube

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What is the Amicable Divorce Network?

Watch this video replay of our live event from March 8, 2022. Amicable Divorce Network founder, Tracy Ann Moore-Grant, discusses ADN for professionals who want to learn more about joining. Learn what it is, and overview of the Amicable Divorce Process and about our upcoming Certified Amicable Divorce Professional Training.

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Life After Divorce: Introducing New Adults to the Equation

When parents move on after divorce and begin dating, it can be a very difficult period to maneuver as co-parents and for the kids. When is a good time to tell the other parent you are dating? How do you properly introduce them to your child? Get great advice, tips and from author Teresa Harlow,…

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Co-Parenting: What to Know, Avoid and Do!

With Rosalind Sedacca of the Child Centered Divorce. Join Amicable Divorce Network for the video replay of our Amicable Academy from January 12, 2022. Our presenter was Rosalind Sedacca who discussed how to talk about divorce with children (and when), how to keep children from conflict and how to have a child centered divorce.

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The Benefits of EMDR Therapy in Divorce or Relationship Settings

By William A. Smith, LCSW Certified EMDR Therapist Partner – The Atlanta Marriage and Mediation Clinic Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, or EMDR, is one of the most exciting and powerful models of psychotherapy that is available today. EMDR has a reputation for delivering positive results very quickly, and can be invaluable in helping clients…

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There are 3 different ways to divorce-a video

Many people facing divorce don’t understand that they are in the driver’s seat and can choose how to approach their divorce. The approaches are based not on how complex your case is, but how you wish to approach resolving your issues. Uncontested means no negotiation. Amicable means you want to reach an out of court…

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Is Divorce Contagious?

By Paulette Rigo We are all well familiar with washing our hands, using hand sanitizer, wearing a mask, coughing into our sleeves and staying six feet apart in order not to spread germs and disease, but is the same needed to avoid catching the epidemic of divorce? A study conducted by McDermott discovered that 75…

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How to Properly Prepare for Your Divorce Consult

By Tracy Ann Moore-Grant After being a divorce attorney for nearly 20 years, I can say I have never had an initial consultation where a party asked me the right questions. And rightly so, parties facing a divorce are often experiencing it for the first time and have little knowledge about what is truly important…

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How to Unspouse your House

When a divorce occurs, typically one of the biggest issues is what to do with the house. Often it makes more sense for one person to keep the home and find a way to “Unspouse their House.” The concept of unspousing the house can mean how to get the spouse not staying in the home…

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