Clarity, dignity, control.
Divorce can be overwhelming, confusing and emotional. Take back control, gain confidence and get grounded in your strengths.
Reduce your time and stress, and lower your costs by becoming informed and proactive.
Plan for a better process before, during and after your divorce.
Create your new life -- a strong, satisfying life that you've designed and control.
Maintain your dignity and self-respect.
Divorce is a big decision. Get informed upfront.
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What You Need to Do to Be Prepared, Save Money, and Gain Control of Your Divorce
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What our clients are saying......
I was upset and confused about how and where to begin to get my life back in order when I found out my husband was divorcing me. By working with Deb I began to understand the pieces I needed to put in place, and how to get them done. It was invaluable.
S.A., South Portland, Maine
I had no idea what to do. I had no home, my life was upside down, and my bills were getting out of control. Deb helped me get organized and prepared for my meetings with my lawyer and financial advisor, and helped know where else I needed to go.
Tom, Cumberland, Maine
Working with Deb helped me to think about all the things that I couldn't remember -- my health, my pets, my job....I was so focused on the divorce process I didn't take the time to take care of myself. When Deb put the things in front of me I realized why my life was so chaotic. Taking care of those other things, the parts of my life not with the lawyer, were so helpful to get me going again.
J.E., Scarborough, Maine
What the American Bar Association says about Divorce Coaching
"Divorce coaching is 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."