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Jill Kaufman / Divorce Coach, Therapist, Author

Jill is a Divorce Coach, Licensed Therapist, Author & Co-parenting Expert. She helps people navigate the overwhelming process of divorce through individual, couples, and group coaching. Her extensive experience enables her to find creative solutions to the complex financial and parenting issues in divorce.

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Alyssa Dineen / Style & Dating Expert

Alyssa Dineen has been a fashion editor, stylist, and art director in New York for over 20 years. After she divorced at age 41, she began online dating, and rediscovered herself in the process. Through this journey, she found many people out there that could improve their dating profiles and while doing so, their understanding of what they want.

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Rhonda Noordyk / Divorce Financial Expert

Understanding that divorce can be a complicated and painful journey, Rhonda Noordyk left the financial industry in 2014 to pursue her passion of helping women achieve financial justice in their divorce. She offers a different kind of divorce experience; one that leads to empowering financial moments and living a happy and fulfilled life, post-divorce. Her clients typically save up to 50% on legal fees, access to the right experts and get at least a 10x return on investment.

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Susan Guthrie / Legal & Mediation Expert

Susan Guthrie has been one of the leading family law attorneys and mediators in the country for more than 30 years. She is recognized as one of the best-known names in the field and is passionate in helping individuals and families to restructure in a positive way through the divorce process. Her award-winning podcast, The Divorce & Beyond Podcast, is one of the top divorce podcasts and she is known to millions of listeners around the world as the “divorce voice you can trust!”

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Babita Spinelli / Parenting Coordinator, Therapist, Author

Babita Spinelli, LP, JD is a nationally recognized Psychotherapist, Certified Divorce Coach Parent Coordinator and Mental Health Consultant. She founded Opening The Doors Psychotherapy and the Babita Spinelli Group where she helps individuals and families navigate significant life transitions and relationship issues such as divorce and co-parenting/parenting.

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Gabrielle Hartley / Online Mediator, Attorney, Author

Gabrielle Hartley, nationally recognized as leading Family Law and Mediation Attorneys nationally. She’s known for keeping 99% of her cases out of the courtroom and at the negotiation table for over 25 years. Gabrielle’s is passionate about helping people navigate divorce in a better way. After clerking in divorce court in New York City where she helped to resolve nearly a thousand high conflict divorces she opened her private practice.

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Why You Need Financial Help During Divorce

With divorce likely being the single biggest event of your financial life, you need a team on your side who can effectively navigate you through every legal, financial, and tax landmine. To help you understand and take the important steps needed to protect your financial future and personal assets you should consider getting financial help […]

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Do You Have To Go To Court For A Divorce? Beware Of The Stranger In Black Robes

Most of us believe that the only way to get a fair result in divorce is to hire a lawyer and to go to court. But do you have to go to court for a divorce? Is there another easier, less expensive way to get a divorce? I’ve been a divorce attorney and mediator for over […]

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6 Most Common Reasons For Divorce

There are plenty of reasons why people get divorced. understanding these reasons can be helpful in working your way out of a relationship’s rough patch or recognizing that it is time to move forward. There are a lot of common reasons for divorce and it’s important to remember there isn’t a  “right” or “wrong” decision.  […]