Intentional Divorce Insights

How to Protect Yourself Financially When Divorcing a Narcissist

Divorce, universally acknowledged as one of the most emotionally taxing experiences, becomes remarkably more complex and harrowing when it involves separating from a person with narcissistic personality disorder or an individual exhibiting strong narcissistic behavior. Narcissists, known for their manipulative tactics, self-centered nature,...

Continue Reading
Divorce After 50: Challenges & Survival Tips for a Gray Divorce

Divorce after the age of 50 can be difficult and has its own unique set of challenges. After years of building a life together, couples may have a shared social network, financial assets, and even health concerns that can make the process of separation more complicated. 

Unfortunately, it is fairly common, though. In fact, more than...

Continue Reading
An Online Divorce Support Group: A Safe Space That Offers Strength and Relief

This blog post was written by Liesel Darby, Mediator & Divorce Coach.

Have you ever noticed the incredible relief that comes from realizing you're not alone in your struggles? Knowing that others have faced similar challenges can be immensely comforting, especially when it feels like your loved ones don't fully grasp your situation.


Continue Reading
Post-Divorce Financial Stability: Your Comprehensive After Divorce Checklist

Embarking on a post-divorce journey can often be a complex and emotionally taxing experience. The end of a marriage not only brings about emotional upheaval but also introduces a plethora of financial challenges and uncertainties. This is a critical time to address the financial aspects of your life that may have been overshadowed during the...

Continue Reading
Filing Taxes During a Divorce: Should we file taxes jointly or separately?

Filing your tax return can be a cumbersome and confusing process, especially when you find yourself in the midst of a divorce. The decision of whether to file jointly or separately carries significant weight, impacting various aspects of your financial situation. To provide you with a clearer understanding, let's delve into the four most...

Continue Reading
A Collaborative Approach Doesn't Have to Mean a Collaborative Divorce

I find it fascinating how many professionals prefer to work in isolation when we all have much to learn from each other. In addition, we can better support our clients when we work together. In the divorce world, I'm sure that some of it stems from the more common approaches to divorce used historically. However, we've come a long way since then...

Continue Reading