Divorce and You
There are options
Without the right advice, divorce is much more stressful than it needs to be. There are many paths you can take in your divorce process. I will listen to your situation and help you choose the right path.
Choosing your Path
Each situation is unique. We'll find the best option for your family.
Divorce can be awful. Do not suffer alone.
Protect Your Mental Health
Family Crisis Intervention Units
Hotline: 937-376-8700 | answered 24 hours a day | 365 days a year.
If you are experiencing a significant crisis in your life, TCN believes you shouldn’t have to wait to get professional mental health counseling. TCN’s Crisis Intervention Unit provides walk-in services at the Xenia office from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m. weekdays (no appointment necessary) for clients who have an emergency need.
Protect Yourself Legally
Periods of change can cause a lot of stress. Take time to be mindful of your choices so you don't do take actions in frustration that can hurt you legally.
Be Careful with Material Possessions
Don't throw stuff on the curb! Read More.
Social Media Can Be Used Against You
Delete or never post these things on social media. Read More.
Be Mindful of Your Behavior When Out Having Fun
Too much fun can hurt your case. Read More.
Don’t Listen to Your Soon to be Ex
Don't listen anything they tell you about your case. Read More.
Life after a Divorce
The Age Old Question: What Happens Now?
You are driving home after your final divorce hearing when it hits you. I’m done! It’s finally over! When the relief of a final divorce hearing fades you are left with some very fundamental questions about what happens next.
"I pride myself on being there for you for the long haul and being a resource for you as long as you will need me. Often, a short consultation can provide peace of mind or clarify how the court would interpret your actions. I'm there if any issues ever arise with child support, visitation, or if there needs to be a custody change." - Jamie Anderson