Divorce Coaching For Men

5 signs your divorce has become high-conflict

You tried everything possible to make your divorce go smoothly. Both you and your attorney made every attempt to diffuse the scenario and offer incredibly fair settlement offers. Every “olive branch” you gave was met with more anger, resentment, and a refusal to play ball for everyone’s sake. The challenges you are facing have now …

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Reaction vs. Response: Which is better?

Reacting to your ex-wife isn’t usually the best move; responding is a much better choice. We’ll look deeper into the differences between the two, but first, let’s take this scenario as an example: The next few days are your allotted time with your child. As you’re rushing out the door to pick her up from …

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How to predict & protect yourself from false allegations during a divorce.

Recently, a client phoned me in a state of panic. His wife tripped over the family dog and scraped her nose and cheek. She was intoxicated and began to yell at the dog which prompted my client to go downstairs and see what all the commotion was about.  Slurring her words, she told him what …

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5 tips to successfully co-parent with your ex-wife!

Unless you are faced with serious issues such as domestic violence, substance abuse, or an emotionally unstable ex, co-parenting is the best way to ensure both parents maintain a close relationship while making their children’s needs a priority.  Sounds good in theory, but let’s be honest, seeing your ex regularly along with not being with …

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