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Getting Unstuck from Your Mental Accounting

How you think about your money may be a function of your mental accounting. In negotiating about division of assets, sometimes parties get anchored on assets that may have a history of some kind with one party or the other. Mental accounting can attribute an asset to...

Keeping the House in Divorce

In Divorce, the house is a risky asset. When you purchased your house, by the time you got to the closing table, you had a large stack of documents and numerous consultations that informed you about what you were buying. If you had a good realtor, they were your first...

Part II: How to Have a Difficult Talk

Introduction by Deborah Meyrowitz-Weiss, M.Ed., LMFT Deborah is member of the Collaborative Law Professionals of Southeastern PA, often provides mental health services, divorce coaching, and family counseling to our clients in Bucks County, Montgomery County, Delaware...

Part I: How to Have a Difficult Talk

Introduction by Deborah Meyrowitz-Weiss, M.Ed., LMFT Deborah is member of the Collaborative Law Professionals of Southeastern PA, often provides mental health services, divorce coaching, and family counseling to our clients in Bucks County, Montgomery County, Delaware...

Helping Your Child Through Your Divorce

Extensive research suggests that for children of divorce, what is most damaging is the experience of their parents fighting. How children adjust and fare after a divorce is closely linked to how their parents get along with each other. Those children whose parents are...

Using Life and Disability Insurance to Protect Alimony

Parties that are crafting an alimony settlement should consider the future consequences of an interruption of the negotiated income stream. Alimony is dependent on the capacity to pay a stream of income from one party to another. If the alimony is sourced from earned...