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The process of going through a divorce, from the moment it’s initiated until long after the papers are signed, can be confusing and emotionally charged. Some liken it to being in the middle of a tornado or being dropped into a foreign country without a guidebook. You’ll have support from your attorney, but they’re focused on the legal circumstances of your case and ensuring that you protect what is most important, including division of assets, child custody and a sustainable divorce settlement. As much as they want to help you feel at ease during the process, even the best lawyer may not be able to fully help you process the emotional situation you’re going through. That’s where a divorce coach comes in.
Divorce coaching services do not provide legal advice like an attorney would. Often, divorce coaches are trained as mental health professionals, although they do not provide traditional therapy or counseling. They are, however, able to provide invaluable support during the divorce process. They become a part of your team to help you handle the emotional whirlwind that comes with going through a divorce process. When you work with Goranson Bain Ausley, our divorce coaching resources can help make sure that your divorce goes as smoothly as possible, making a rocky situation feel more stable.
At Goranson Bain Ausley, we offer skilled advocacy from top family law attorneys as well as divorce coaching in Texas. Our goal is to support each of our clients in any way we can and empower them to make the right decisions for their future, and often, a divorce coach can help us make that happen. If you’re interested in working with a divorce coach near you, contact us today to set up a consultation.
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