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For Some Couples, a Divorce Coach Makes Sense

Once the decision has been made by a couple to end their marriage, some harsh realities begin to set in. Of course, the emotional upheaval must be dealt with, but when it's the right decision, people find a way to move forward. However, the financial costs can be daunting in consideration of splitting assets and establishing two separate households. Anything that can help the two come to a quicker marital settlement agreement is desirable, and for many Texas couples, a divorce coach can play an important role.

Although the concept may be new to many, domestic relationship experts cite several practical reasons why an individual may consider a divorce coach. Initially, it's easy to become overwhelmed and not know where or how to begin. A divorce coach can explain what needs to be done and help set a course of action. Secondly, a divorce coach can provide much needed emotional support during a very difficult time.

It's important to realize a divorce coach is not taking the place of an attorney but is simply providing an opportunity to help the client prepare for working with legal counsel. Often, after a client has interacted with a divorce coach, the meetings with the attorney go smoother and are more productive. The client understands the issues and has built self-confidence and can better express his or her feelings and concerns. This can all lead to a more efficient divorce process.

An agreement between the couple can be the best solution for all parties concerned. A family law attorney might be able to offer counsel and advice on the issues involved in a divorce, including property division, child custody, child support and spousal support where appropriate.

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    Georgia Barker

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    Georgia Barker was born in Corpus Christi, Texas and has lived in Houston for most of her life. She attended the University of Texas at Austin and earned a Bachelor of Business Administration. In her graduating class at UT Austin, there were 101 men and only 3 women. Ms. Barker earned a Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of Tulsa, College of Law and was a member of Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity. She was admitted to the Oklahoma State Bar and the following year admitted to the Texas ...


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