Tag: <span>Divorce</span>

The Basics of Divorce: Litigation

Every couple who files for divorce has the right to meet before a judge.  Whether going before a judge is the best direction for you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse is a conversation you may want to consider having with them before you head down this path.  As mentioned, there are many different ways a couple […]
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The Basics of Divorce: Types of Divorce, An Overview

When you think about divorce, what is the first image that comes to mind?  For me, it was always the courtroom with the lawyers battling it out for their clients. Spouses accusing one another of the laundry list of wrongdoings. The truth is that going to court in this manner is just one of the […]
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Mental Health Pause: Community and Self Care

This month on Build Your Foundations, we have been diving deep into the topic of trauma as we take our Mental Health Pause. In the previous weeks, we have established that we have all experienced traumas.  Most of us have experienced trauma with a lower-case t and some of us have experienced trauma with a […]
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Money Basics: DEBT

As we continue our money basics series on Build Your Foundation, we will continue to build on the ABC’s of Basic Budgeting, as well as setting financial goals.  One financial goal you may consider setting is getting yourself out of debt.*  Having debt can weigh heavily on your emotions and mental state of mind.  With […]
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Divorce Overload: How To Cope

Getting divorced is one of the most stressful and emotionally overwhelming events in your life. It does not matter if you or your spouse initiates the divorce. Your whole world can be turned upside down and can trigger all the most painful and upsetting emotions you’ve ever experienced. Our lives are disrupted, our routines and […]
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Divorce Coach or Therapist?

If you are thinking about or in the process of going through a divorce, you may be wondering who you can turn to for support, to vent, to process, and maybe for some directions on what steps to take next. At Foundations Divorce Solutions, we firmly believe that both a divorce coach and therapist are […]
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Five Crucial Tips for Co-Parenting During Summer Break

Summer break is approaching, which means the kids have more free time. This can present unique time management challenges for divorced couples as the set schedule established for the school year is disrupted. It’s important to coordinate with your co-parent about organizing summer plans and the division of parenting time. It’s also a time cherished […]
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How an Affair Can Impact Your Divorce

Infidelity in a marriage is a deep betrayal. It’s the breaking of promised vows and while acts of indiscretion don’t necessarily always lead to divorce, it can be hard to get past the breaking of trust. But how does infidelity impact a divorce? Foundations Divorce Solutions is here with some answers to this question that […]
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What You Should Know About Social Security and Divorce

Few things rock a person’s finances harder than a divorce. And if you were a stay-at-home parent who left a career to take care of the kids while your spouse worked full-time, you may find yourself worried about your financial future and retirement down the line. Washington state law calls for divorce settlements to reflect […]
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