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Quick Q & A Session
I have a specific question about my cohabitation, engagement, marriage, separation, dissolution of domestic partnership or divorce in California
60 Minute Consulting - Coaching Session
I'm getting engaged, moving-in together, married, separating, dissolving a domestic partnership or getting a divorce, and would like an to understand my circumstances in light of California's family laws
4.5 hours of personalized coaching sessions
The four weeks we’ll work together are broken down into a four-step process:
WEEK ONE: EXPLORATION
Also known as: The beginning. During our first week together, we’ll spend 1:1 time on the phone, diving into exactly who you are and what you’re going through. We’ll discuss your values, dreams, goals, challenges, all while designing our plans for the next three weeks.
WEEK TWO: EDUCATION
You need to know at least some of the law. Specifically, California family law, and in our second session together, you’ll learn the ins and outs specific to your situation and the facts of your case. After prioritizing your issues, we’ll be ready to head into week 3, prepared and excited.
WEEK THREE: CREATION
This is your brainstorming session, when we’ll go through your options and methods for resolving the issues of your divorce. We’ll dig in, discussing things that matter most to you, and formulating the beginning of your plan. (Think career, your living situation, finances, and family.)
WEEK FOUR: EXECUTION
The final session finds you and I actively identifying the best strategies and immediate steps to get you where you want to be. We’ll set milestones and create customized tools–schedules, budget worksheets, checklists and organizers — so you feel confident knowing how to navigate your divorce with strength and grace -no matter how sticky things are now.
FOLLOW UP CALL: Because I’ll never leave you hanging. During our last session, we’ll talk about what’s hanging you up or holding you down–and exactly how you can fix it.
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