Dating too early after divorce
We have these images of perfect family holidays, yet your own family is coping with a situation that is anything but perfect. Larry Friedberg, provides advice to help get you through the holidays. This Halloween, what is more spooky than having your ex inherit all of your money if you die?Alison Besunder, expert in trust and estate planning, elder law, estate litigation, commercial litigation and intellectual property law, joins Stacy to discuss the importance of an estate plan, particularly when going through a transition, such as divorce.We look at the fears and resistance that arises and the questions that you want to ask yourself prior to telling.Being clear on what you want to say and who you are ready to tell and what your boundaries are around discussing this tender topic will enable you to take this step with greater ease. Preparing for that as well is key to managing your own needs and peace. I’m re-airing this show I did going on five years ago when I went through my own divorce.
Larry Friedberg to help others like me cope with our first holiday alone.Coming to terms with the fact that divorce IS part of your reality often happens when you begin to tell others about it.Today we discuss telling your spouse, children, family, friends and others.While it is understandable that you want to fight for your fair share of time with the kids, we want you to understand the risks that accompany a legal fight wherein children are dragged through the court process and strangers make parenting decisions for you.Our guest, Larry Sarezsky, discusses the choices available and the impact of those decision when fighting for custody during the legal process.