Why This Book: Setting Priorities

[Ed: Originally published on Facebook.] After a divorce, the hardest part can be setting priorities. This is why (for example) the very first task in the book is for payors to automate any support payments they have to make. It may seem odd to begin rebuilding your financial life by scheduling a sizable payment every month,…

Why This Book: Confidentiality

[Ed: Originally published on Facebook.] A note about confidentiality and reaching out to us via private message at Your Post-Divorce Compass, via email at info@postdivorcecompass.com, and/or via our website in order to purchase the book “Your Post-Divorce Compass: Practical, Real-World Advice for the Newly Single”. We realize that your upcoming, pending or finalized divorce is a…

Why This Book: One Resource

[Ed: Originally published on Facebook.] The divorce and post-divorce process can feel very isolating. Other people in your life may not know exactly how to respond, what to say or how to help you in your new situation. While they may try to help or give advice about what you “need” to be thinking or doing…

Why This Book: A Variety of Tools

[Ed: Originally published on Facebook.] “Your Post-Divorce Compass: Practical Real-World Advice For The Newly Single” is your resource no matter where you live. The information within this book is applicable to the entire United States. You will find the website links that you will need to access for tasks like updating your driver’s license or passport,…