The Three Big Divorce Questions
Anybody that goes through a divorce has asked these questions. If you have children then you are asking a fourth question: “Will my children be ok?”
You have more control of how these questions are answered than you may think. You can decide if your are going to take the low road and make this about punishment and blame or your can take the high road and see the value of letting things go and learning to agree to disagree. We have over 25 years of experience. We can help you prepare your self emotionally so you CAN take the high road.
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