Divorce Support Professionals

Who are divorce support professionals?

Divorce support professionals are experts that help you navigate the divorce process.  We are committed to offering a healthier divorce and understand the importance of a peaceful divorce path.  Here are a few professionals to help you gather the information you need to make informed decisions for you and your family:

  • Attorney/Mediator
  • Divorce Coach
  • Therapist/Counselors/LMFT
  • Accountant
  • Real Estate Agent
  • Property Appraiser
  • Mortgage Broker
  • Certified Divorce Financial Planner
  • Insurance Agent
When do I need a professional?

During and after divorce your finances may change, you may need to move or apply for a new mortgage, find a therapist, or you may have questions for an accountant about how to file your taxes after divorce.  Before making a decision about your future, talking with a professional can benefit you in the long run. Divorce can be an emotional process, utilizing a network to help you navigate your legal, financial and family needs will keep you on the path to a peaceful resolution.

Consider asking your divorce mediator for recommendations when searching for a qualified professional during the divorce process. Hiring your own professionals can help save you money in the long run, and using a collaborative team can help keep you out of court and prevent costly legal and financial mistakes down the road.

If you would like to learn more about mediating your divorce or custody issues in Pennsylvania, email Dawn Clement at Dawn@ClementMediation.com for a consultation!

Divorce Support Professionals

Thinking about getting a divorce in Pennsylvania?

If you are thinking about getting a divorce, first consider divorce mediation.  A neutral and qualified mediator can help you and your spouse divide the property and parenting responsibilities peacefully and respectfully.

A mediated divorce is an amicable, simple and efficient process. Pennsylvania has a Mutual Consent No-Fault Divorce option which allows couples to obtain a divorce regardless of marital fault. The benefit to choosing this type of divorce is that you are able to move forward after a 90 day waiting period, without the need of one spouse to show misconduct through the court system. Time and money are precious resources, especially during a divorce, and the mediated pathway is an efficient and less expensive method of obtaining a divorce.

You have probably heard from your family and friends that the divorce process is devastating. This does not have to be the case for your family! Couples using mediation tend to end the marriage in a better position both financially and emotionally than those that take their battle into the court room. Once you and your spouse decide that it is time for a divorce, and if you both agree, consider scheduling a consultation with a mediator before you dive into the litigation process!

If you would like more information about a healthy divorce, contact Dawn Clement at Dawn@ClementMediation.com to set up a consultation.

Dawn Clement
Attorney & Mediator
http://www.HealthyDivorcePA.com

Thinking about getting a divorce in Pennsylvania?