How to Deal with the #1 Complaint about Divorce Lawyers

Are you considering hiring a divorce lawyer or currently working with a lawyer to guide you through the divorce process? Although most people remember to ask a divorce lawyer how much they charge per hour and how much experience they have with divorce cases, there is something even more critical that you should find out […]

Keep or Sell the Family Home during Divorce? 5 Questions to Ask

The decision to keep or sell the family home during divorce can become an emotional power struggle and an ongoing source of conflicts and negotiations between a husband, wife and their mediator or attorneys during the long path through divorce. Since divorce causes many disruptions to all the parts of a person’s life, it’s not […]

6 Smart Questions to Ask when Choosing a Divorce Attorney

 1.  What percentage of your caseload involves Family Law?  If you expect that your case could become complicated, look for an attorney who has many years of hands-on experience and ask if they have additional training or certification in Family Law.   2.   In which counties are most of your Family Law cases in? If your specific […]

3 Smart Moves for Separated Women

If you are considering separating from your husband, you are probably overwhelmed with the emotional swings back and forth and wondering what will happen next. You may not even want a divorce and are trying hard to reconcile. During a time like this, you may not realize just how critical it is to take some steps […]

5 Signs to Recognize Emotional Abuse

Are you or someone you know experiencing emotional abuse? Although many of us are aware of how to recognize physical abuse, the damaging effects from emotional abuse can be just as powerful and devastating as physical abuse. Sadly, emotional abuse is still largely ignored by our society and many times those experiencing it are not […]

What Lies Beneath a Secret Life?

When you’re lying next to your husband or wife late at night, are they thinking about you? Or are they really thinking about someone from their workplace? Or are they thinking about a recently rekindled friendship with a prior boyfriend or girlfriend that they connected with through Facebook? In Dr. Gail Saltz’s engaging and gripping […]

3 Tips for Facing the New Year on your Own

As you begin moving forward into the New Year, you might be considering separation, be in the process of divorce or facing the need to make plans to start living on your own for the first time in many years. When dealing with the multitude of changes that are coming your way, it’s valuable to […]

Co-Parenting with a Frosty Ex during the Holidays

For many parents who are divorced or in the process of going through divorce, holidays are especially challenging to navigate through without losing your cool. As you begin to prepare for the holidays by filling up your freezer full of turkey and pies, it is also wise to prepare ahead of time for the hot-button […]

Five Key Signs of Parental Alienation

Parental alienation is a problem that most often arises when parents engage in bitter and extended child custody litigation. Although intense feelings of anger and mistrust are common when parents are  beginning to transition from the tidal wave of emotions surrounding divorce into a co-parenting relationship, most parents experience less anger and anxiety over time […]

Is Your Divorce on Life Support?

Many women and men ask me, “Why is my divorce taking so long?” They also want to know, “What can I do to help things go more smoothly and cost less money?” I usually find that there are 3 Key Reasons Why you are Stuck in a Divorce that is not moving forward. 1.   You […]