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The right support when facing divorce

Counseling and consulting with couples facing divorce is a core specialty of our practice. Divorce is an exhausting time of confusion, hurt and anger. In this emotional state you are called to make decisions that will have consequences for the rest of your life. With competent and experienced people by your side you will have the key support you need to move towards a positive future.

 

The right team

As therapists, divorce mediators, parenting counselors and financial consultants we work with family attorneys and attorney mediators to help you successfully manage the divorce process to reach better practical and financial solutions while also taking care of your most important asset, your heart.

“Honestly, we dreaded coming in to see yet another therapist. Now, seeing how it all unfolded it was the very best decision we had made in years.” 
– Client, San Francisco

 

The right decision

If there is any hope left for your relationship we will help you fully explore any path forward together. You and your partner are most likely exhausted, hurt and angry, and it may seem that divorce is the only answer. However, by taking the extra time to face each other with our support, you will have confidence in your decision.

“Still remember how hard it was to call you. That decision saved my marriage”
– Client, Palo Alto

 

Decrease stress and adversity

Our first goal if you have decided that the relationship has run its course, and one or both people are clear that they want to divorce, is to decrease stress and adversity in order to make healthy and constructive decisions. Our process is the antidote to a legal divorce turning adversarial.

“Divorce was not fun, but with your help peace was created from a battleground.”
– Client, Mill Valley

 

A clear path

We create a roadmap based on your needs and help make step-by-step agreements that will create peace and predictability. Our process minimizes damage and maximizes a sense of safety and confidence. Our goal is to take the mess out of an already taxing situation so you can also focus on other aspects of your life.

“I reach better results with my clients when they work with you”
– Attorney, San Francisco

 

A healthy ending and a new beginning

Through our process conflict and confrontation decrease, and cooperation, closure and a new beginning become possible.  With our help you make smart decisions that will work for your future. You will have solid agreements, resources and skills to create a future you can believe in and even feel excited about.

“The divorce left me broken hearted, but we see each other as people and have good agreements.  I feel I can face my future and be safe.”
– Client, San Francisco

 

A special note on children

Regardless of the complex feelings you have for the person you are divorcing he or she will always be the other parent of your children. Research has shown that one of the key indicators of how well children cope with divorce/dissolution correlates directly to how the parents are able to navigate their relationship during and after the divorce.

“The complexities of co-parenting were overwhelming.  Your support provided structure and stability.”
– Client, San Francisco

Areas of expertise

The following sections are a few key areas of concern that clients often seek our help to address. These are meant to be informative without being considered advice or specific to your situation, as we recognize each person and situation as unique. As such we encourage you to reach out to us to discuss how we can best help.

The right support when facing divorce

Counseling and consulting with couples facing divorce is a core specialty of our practice. Divorce is an exhausting time of confusion, hurt and anger. In this emotional state you are called to make decisions that will have consequences for the rest of your life. With competent and experienced people by your side you will have the key support you need to move towards a positive future.

 

The right team

As therapists, divorce mediators, parenting counselors and financial consultants we work with family attorneys and attorney mediators to help you successfully manage the divorce process to reach better practical and financial solutions while also taking care of your most important asset, your heart.

“Honestly, we dreaded coming in to see yet another therapist. Now, seeing how it all unfolded it was the very best decision we had made in years.” 
– Client, San Francisco

 

The right decision

If there is any hope left for your relationship we will help you fully explore any path forward together. You and your partner are most likely exhausted, hurt and angry, and it may seem that divorce is the only answer. However, by taking the extra time to face each other with our support, you will have confidence in your decision.

“Still remember how hard it was to call you. That decision saved my marriage”
– Client, Palo Alto

 

Decrease stress and adversity

Our first goal if you have decided that the relationship has run its course, and one or both people are clear that they want to divorce, is to decrease stress and adversity in order to make healthy and constructive decisions. Our process is the antidote to a legal divorce turning adversarial.

“Divorce was not fun, but with your help peace was created from a battleground.”
– Client, Mill Valley

 

A clear path

We create a roadmap based on your needs and help make step-by-step agreements that will create peace and predictability. Our process minimizes damage and maximizes a sense of safety and confidence. Our goal is to take the mess out of an already taxing situation so you can also focus on other aspects of your life.

“I reach better results with my clients when they work with you”
– Attorney, San Francisco

 

A healthy ending and a new beginning

Through our process conflict and confrontation decrease, and cooperation, closure and a new beginning become possible.  With our help you make smart decisions that will work for your future. You will have solid agreements, resources and skills to create a future you can believe in and even feel excited about.

“The divorce left me broken hearted, but we see each other as people and have good agreements.  I feel I can face my future and be safe.”
– Client, San Francisco

 

A special note on children

Regardless of the complex feelings you have for the person you are divorcing he or she will always be the other parent of your children. Research has shown that one of the key indicators of how well children cope with divorce/dissolution correlates directly to how the parents are able to navigate their relationship during and after the divorce.

“The complexities of co-parenting were overwhelming.  Your support provided structure and stability.”
– Client, San Francisco

Areas of expertise

The following sections are a few key areas of concern that clients often seek our help to address. These are meant to be informative without being considered advice or specific to your situation, as we recognize each person and situation as unique. As such we encourage you to reach out to us to discuss how we can best help.

Affairs

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Managing Conflict

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Life Transitions

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Separation

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Single Parents

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