Divorce Planning

“Nancy Fagan is a Genius…A Pioneer in the Field of Pre-Divorce Planning.”

Phillip Randall

Issues Addressed in Divorce Planning

  • Is a divorce the right solution? Dealing with uncertainty
  • Learning where to start
  • Developing an exit plan strategy that covers all aspects affected by divorce
  • How to earn a secret stash to get you through the divorce and beyond
  • How to ask your spouse for a divorce
  • Dealing with partner resistance
  • Career planning
  • When and how to tell your children and family
  • Things to consider before moving out
  • Developing your support system
  • Steps to take if you decide you want to move forward with a divorce
  • Deciding if mediation is right for you
  • Finding the right attorney for you
  • Get prepared before you see an attorney to strengthen your emotions
  • Pre-marital agreements
  • OR…stop a divorce from happening

If you are considering leaving your spouse (or your spouse wants out), you need a deliberate divorce plan of action.

The decision to end a marriage is not an easy one and we’re here to help you while you make important choices that will affect your life for years to come. The process of litigation can be expensive and injurious to everyone involved.

With careful preparation, divorce strategizing, you can make smart choices to improve your chances of getting a fair settlement. Our goal is to help you develop a better way to move though the necessary, and often overlooked, steps along the way from start to finish. We are here to guide and direct through the unfamiliar and emotional process.

This service is provided by Nancy Fagan (previous owner of The Divorce Help Clinic, LLC).  Our staff at Pacific Coast Mediation will put you in touch with Nancy if this is a service you are considering.

Divorce Book Recommendations

Fairy Good Heart

Divorce Book Recommendation

Fables of Fairy Good Heart: Divorce-A Parent’s Love Lasts, Forever

Disclaimer: Legal Information Is Not Legal Advice. The Divorce Help Clinic provides information about the law designed to help you safely cope with your own legal needs. Legal information is not the same as legal advice–the application of law to an individual’s specific circumstances. Although we go to great lengths to make sure our information is accurate and useful, we recommend you consult a lawyer if you want professional assurance that our information, and your interpretation of it, is appropriate to your particular situation. The Divorce Help Clinic Divorce Mediation in San Diego