Moving Out During Divorce
Relocating, for whatever reason, is complicated enough as it is. However, the steps you take and the choices you make, when moving...
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As your divorce coach, Kimberly Surber will help you move through divorce in a more thoughtful, prudent, and efficient way. Kimberly can help you define your goals and determine the steps you need to take to move forward. She will work to help reduce the amount of time and money you spend and will focus on reducing your stress level so that you can think clearly and make the best possible decisions for your future.
Children, even older and adult children, can feel hurt, sad and disappointed when their parent's divorce. We encourage consistent mindfulness of the impact of divorce, and the way you speak about and handle it, on your children.
As your divorce coach, Kimberly will assist with the transition into a post-divorce life, focusing on making it more joyful and fulfilling. While it may be hard to imagine now, you will not only survive divorce but can truly thrive afterward.
Why Work With A Divorce Coach?
Using a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® (CDFA®) means a better process, better life after divorce for you and your family. A CDFA® helps you manage the process and prioritize your needs and boundaries throughout your divorce. There are tons of unknowns in a divorce, especially if you’ve never gone through it before.
As your CDFA®, Kimberly will help you:
Help streamline your interactions with your attorney and other professionals.
Help you focus on what you need to know and what questions you need answered.
Guide you through challenging decisions, such as custody and parenting issues, employment and housing options, whatever issues might be bubbling up when you're in your own divorce story.
Offer resources for your particular situation - from therapists to career counselors, attorney referrals to life coaches.
In the process, a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® helps you manage what you need to do and avoid procrastination (which can also lead to climbing legal bills, as meeting deadlines saves you money!)