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By Val Hemminger; Family Law Lawyer, Divorce Coach and creator of The Better Divorce Project
You are probably here because you are getting divorced and wondering how divorce coaching is going to assist you and your changing family. You are in the right place.
This is why you want to be in good hands while you go through the process.
The family law industry, including lawyers and judges, has been known to be toxic and broken due to the combative nature of the business, but the good news is that you don’t have to get sucked up in the turmoil as you are getting a divorce.
Separating or divorcing from your spouse is hard enough. At The Better Divorce Project we want to make it easier for you with the tools, tips, and strategies where you build your foundation, empower yourself, and get through getting divorced as peacefully as possible.
The Better Divorce Project creator, Val Hemminger, has been a divorce lawyer for more than 25 years, serving thousands of changing families. Val has seen first-hand what a messy divorce can do to parents and their children. Families do not belong in courtrooms and it is Val’s vision to transform what can be a very toxic and combative family law industry to be more peaceful and so that separating families can get on with their positive future without making their divorce lawyer's rich!
Your divorce or separation is uniquely your own. Whether you don’t know where to begin or are just overwhelmed by the sheer amount of information out there, it’s easy to feel alone in the process.
Maybe you are the type of person who feels uncomfortable discussing your situation in a group setting. That’s where I come in!
Let’s work together one-on-one.
You and I will work together as a team to ensure that you have the strategy that is applicable to your unique situation. With consistent one-on-one support, you’ll be better equipped to navigate the separation process. I make this possible with one-on-one private divorce coaching. But wait there's more! . . .
Is this legal advice?
No, this is legal strategy designed to help you navigate your divorce or separation.
Do I still need a lawyer?
I highly recommend that you hire a lawyer in your jurisdiction at the start of your process for some initial advice as to your legal rights and responsibilities, then again to review any final agreement or order, or when you go into any contested proceeding.
Can you refer me to a lawyer you think would do a good job?
Depending on your jurisdiction, we have a limited number of lawyers that we recommend. These lawyers are highly trained in dispute resolution strategies and have gone through the “Be the BEST Divorce Lawyer Academy” prior to being approved to be referred by us.
Why should I do the Private one on one coaching versus the more basic Better Divorce Project Program?
Your private one-on-one coaching includes EVERYTHING that the Better Divorce Project Program offers, but you get the added benefit of 10 one-on-one private coaching sessions (and more) that is laser focused on your specific situation. You’ll feel fully supported and with solutions that are unique to your specific needs so that you can make it through your divorce as quickly and painlessly as possible.
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I’m so confident that I can help you move through your separation and divorce process in terms of what steps you will take next and what is your best strategy, if you are not COMPLETELY satisfied after our first call, I will gladly give you your money back!
Disclaimer: The content of this website is only intended to act as a general overview of a legal topic and is not legal advice. It is information-based only.
All of the information is prefaced by assuming you live in a “ community property ” and “ no fault ” state, province, country, or territory. This article is written by a Canadian lawyer and has a Canadian perspective. The separation and divorce laws in the United States, Europe, Britain, Australia, New Zealand and other countries are all different.
For legal advice as it pertains to your legal situation, please consult with a family law lawyer in your specific jurisdiction.