Your marriage is over, and you know you have to find a lawyer or do it yourself with a simplified divorce, but you still have a varied array of emotions to deal with. The dissolution of your marriage is not without baggage – even if it is just the emotional type. That is where a divorce coach can become your best friend – so to speak.
Your divorce attorney is there to get you the best outcome for property and child-sharing and help you handle all of the legal aspects of ending your marriage. He or she is not there to show you how to rebuild your life, social circle, and emotional stamina.
Friends and family may be helpful to a certain extent, or they may become incognito just when you need them most.
Divorce coaching is a process that helps you take a clear look at your life, what you need to change, and how to put together an action plan to set everything in motion.
Women tend to seek out the help of a divorce coach more often than men, but that does not mean that males going through a divorce will not benefit from speaking to someone who can help them restore a sense of balance in their lives.
Sometimes, a divorce coach will even work with a couple who want to create an amicable divorce for the sake of their children. You may also find this termed as a co-parenting coach. Either way, a neutral third party can help you come to a resolution that is agreeable for everyone concerned.
Some women who married young and never had a chance to create their own identity outside of marriage and motherhood may now be faced with having to get a job for the first time, or even the idea of dating may be a foreign concept. A divorce coach can help you put in place steps that will lead to these new and frightening/exciting changes.
Perhaps you have been emotionally or physically hurt during your marriage, and you need to understand that you are important and you do matter. Divorce coaching can help you through the emotions you are experiencing and turn them into focused action.
You may be looking to make many new changes in your life, and the divorce coach can help you prioritize these actions for maximum results.
Whether or not you were the one to initiate the divorce often has little impact on your emotional interpretation of the end of your marriage. If your partner was the one to handle all of the details of home life, taking care of yourself and your new space may be a foreign concept.
Perhaps you were surprised by the dissolution of your marriage, and you cannot even think about dating or being in a relationship again. Divorce coaching can help you come to terms with the past and put you on a better footing for the future.
No matter who you are, sometimes it helps to speak to a neutral party about your future goals and plans. That is where a divorce coach can provide valuable insight.
Florida Divorce Law provides a quick, easy, inexpensive way to get a divorce. If you have any questions or would like to speak with an attorney before making a decision, please contact us by completing the contact form or calling us at (954) 344-7737.