Do You Need A Lawyer To Get Divorced In Colorado?

Divorce is one of the most difficult transitions that any family can navigate. Many people who are facing the prospect of divorce find themselves overwhelmed, scared, stressed out, and completely unsure of what to do next. You’re not alone if you are feeling those things!

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How Can I Afford to Get Divorced?

Penn A. Dodson

At New Leaf Family, we have re-thought the family law process from beginning to end to align with our clients’ values. We help our clients make better decisions, reduce conflict, and improve outcomes, all with a billing plan that is reasonable, predictable, and structured in a way to incentivize our client, and the New Leaf Family team to work towards the best resolutions chosen by the client.

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Divorce

How To Look On The Bright Side When Everything Seems Dark During Divorce

Penn A. Dodson

Significant life changes, including but not limited to divorce, activate our “fight or flight” responses and trigger a range of emotions, many of them very unpleasant. It’s important to address the understandable mental health aspects of this in the present. At the same time, it’s also important to start mapping out aspects of your future. It can seem daunting to think about where you’re headed when you’re in the midst of difficult times, but it is these times in particular that provide opportunities for growth like none other.

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Divorce

The Changing of Your Social Life & Community With Divorce

Penn A. Dodson

Divorce almost always means losing some, or most, of your social connections. That doesn’t have to be a bad thing! Your true friends will remain, and you have the opportunity to connect to your community … your tribe … in a way that you may have neglected during your marriage.

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After divorce

Trading Something That’s “Fine” For Something Better

Penn A. Dodson

Sometimes your life is “fine.” That usually is an indication that it they could be better. You just may not be sure how … and not willing or able to explore that question. Better doesn’t necessarily mean changing your relationship(s). It does mean understanding what better means to you and inviting your relationships to grow with you. Then that choice is theirs.

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Decision making

3 Phases To Move You Forward: Phase 2 - Transitions

Penn A. Dodson

In this three-part blog series, we discuss how to successfully navigate major life changes such as divorce. Any major life change can be broken down into three primary phases: Decision, Transition, Equilibrium. This article will focus on the Transition phase.

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After divorce