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Could a coach help you through a divorce?

Divorce is a very personal, highly emotional process. However, it is also a legal process through which parties must navigate. Often, the parties have little or no experience with the court system, which means that having help can be crucial.

In many cases, the help that divorcing spouses receive comes in the form of attorneys for legal guidance and people like accountants for financial matters. However, you might also consider having a divorce coach on your team.

What is a divorce coach?

A divorce coach is a party who supports a person going through divorce. This person can help a person clarify his or her goals, cope with the challenges of divorce and to just provide a supportive ear. This person can provide an objective, outside perspective while also helping you make decisions that are in your best interests.

This article has some suggestions for deciding whether you may need a coach and how to choose one. However, your attorney may also have some recommendations.

Other supportive parties who may help

Whether you decide to hire a divorce coach or not, understand that there are parties who can help make divorce a little easier.

For instance, you may consult a child custody specialist to help you make decisions regarding child custody arrangements. You might work with counselors and therapists to help you address any concerns about mental health. Realtors and business specialists can help you resolve complex property matters.

Getting help

In other words, you do not have to navigate the various challenges of divorce alone. In fact, attempting to do so could ultimately cause more problems. This is especially true when it comes to high net worth divorces or those involving complex family dynamics.

As such, it is wise to consider the various parties who may be able to help you get through a divorce a little easier. Opening yourself up to help and guidance can allow you to avoid common missteps and better protect yourself throughout this difficult event.

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