the divorce summit 2018

My Husband Wants a Divorce

Getting Left Behind Isn't Easy​.  

​Neither is Landing on Your Feet​.

Our online Divorce Summit, coming in March, will help you prepare to land on your feet. Divorce experts in the field of family law, financial planning, accounting, and psychology will deliver insights into the divorce process.   ​

​Discover​ how to​ move forwards into the best future for yourself and your kids. 

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My Husband Wants a Divorce

​How did it come to this?

When you agreed to take a break from your career to stay home and care for the kids, manage the house, build your home life... you and your husband were both on the same page. 

​You thought it was great.

​​We're a team, building this amazing family.  It's going to be great.

​We're in this together. 

​He's working for the family outside the house, and I'm working for the family inside the house.

It was all - together. . . us. . . ours. . .

But now

​It's him . . . me . . . the kids. . . .

You didn't imagine this day would ever come. 

But here you are. 

Thrust out onto the ledge because he "wants a divorce."

Your mind is racing a million miles a minute.  You're overwhelmed, scared, heart broken. 

What if. . . Is he . . . What about the kids. . . How will we. . .

What to do when your husband wants divorce

Researches have found that it takes the average person more than two years to go from thinking about divorce to actually telling their spouse they want one.

​TWO YEARS

That's a lot of time.

And in that time, they've pondered, researched, and most likely prepared. 

This was most likely not a snap decision.  Nor was it a decision made a week ago.

My husband wants a divorce and I don't. What now?

Unless your husband is telling you this because he is willing to go to marriage therapy to try and save the relationship, this train has left the station, and unfortunately you are on it.  

Divorce, like marriage, takes two.  So if your husband wants a divorce,  it means you're both getting a divorce whether or not you want it.

​You can either fight it, fall apart emotionally, or get yourself together and figure out how to move forward in the best way for you and your kids.

You can read and research all you want, the fact of the matter is, divorce feels overwhelming, frightening, frustrating, upsetting... and the decisions you make during your divorce will affect you and your children for the rest of your lives.

I know because nearly 10 years ago, my husband told me he wanted a divorce.  Long story short, over the last 10 years, we've spent nearly 5 years in and out of mediation and court.

We began the divorce process in mediation, completing our divorce settlement and finalizing our divorce.  

In mediation, I agreed to things in hindsight I wish I had not, but at least our divorce was "cheap," each of us spending around $12,500 on attorney and filing fees. 

Years after our divorce decree was finalized, I returned to court to modify child support.  In the process I uncovered where my ex had hidden income to shield it from support payments.

​Back to the family courts, this time I represented myself, initially.  But then I went on to hire an attorney.

​The Divorce Process is a Winding Road that Seems to Have No End.

​There is no simple path through this process. 

THE BEST THING you can do for yourself and your kids if your husband wants a divorce, is to GET EDUCATED. without wasting a TON of money - either paying for that education via hourly legal, financial, psychological counseling OR making poor choices that end up costing you in the long-run.

...Without wasting a TON of time or money

Which is NOT EASY.  

​Your caring for the kids.

And now you need to figure out if and how to go back to work.

Oh yeah, and you've got to find a good divorce lawyer.

Who doesn't charge $300-500 an hour.

But how can you tell the difference?  ​ 

​What is a good divorce lawyer?

Wait a minute, the ALL CHARGE $300-500 an hour.

How are you going to afford that?

And now since, you don't know what you don't know, you're potentially paying $300-500/hour for your divorce lawyer to "educate" you?!?!?

Your husband had more time to think, and now you're stuck reacting and drowning in divorce crap!

Yes, there's information on the internet... You could spend years sorting and sifting through it.

You don't have time, energy, or desire.

You just want to crawl into bed, pull the covers over your head, and wake up tomorrow to find out this was all a dream.

​IT'S REAL

​Your husband wants and is pursuing divorcing you. 

​You've got to get yourself a plan - a roadmap - a hopeful way out of this dark tunnel.

And unless you've been through a divorce before - YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU DON'T KNOW.

​Again.

YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU DON'T KNOW.

I didn't know, what I didn't know. 

But I learned.

And every lesson cost A LOT - an hour of wasted attorney time.... a night laying awake worrying and futily searching for answers online.... wrong decisions in negotiations that cost me or worst yet, forced me to relitigate, years down the line....

An hour of wasted attorney time.... a night laying awake worrying and futily searching for answers online.... wrong decisions in negotiations that cost me or worst yet, forced me to relitigate, years down the line....

A sleepless night worrying and futily searching for answers online.... wrong decisions in negotiations that cost me or worst yet, forced me to relitigate, years down the line....

​​Wrong decisions in negotiations that cost me or worst yet, forced me to relitigate, years down the line....

That's why I started the Divorce Summit.

I wanted to give women who are caught in divorce cross-hairs a way to see the path in front of them.

I wanted to give women who are caught in divorce cross-hairs a way to see the path in front of them.

We are still in our planning phase, so we don't yet heave the exact dates.

However the Divorce Summit is scheduled for March of 2018.

If you want to be notified the minute we have a solid date locked down, please enter your information below.

​Either way, I wish you and your family the best.

Divorce is not easy or pretty.

But I promise you, it gets better.

​Expert Panels ​& Presentations ​that cover


​All the aspects of divorce:  ​financial, legal, and psychological. 

​Certified Financial Planners

​Whether you're dividing up valuable assets and accounts or not, gain valuable insights into your money before, during, and after divorce.

​Family Lawyers

​Child Support and custody issues are never easy.  Discover how to determine what is and isn't worth the fight.  

​Divorce ​Fraud

​​​Hidden assets and income are more common and rampant than you realize.  ​Discover the Top Ways that Men Hide Money and how to uncover it.

​​Therapists

​​​​Heal from the trauma that lead to divorce. Whether you decided to leave or he did.  If your ex is a narcissist, learn strategies to keep yourself safe and out of the drama.

​Divorce Mediators

​The more you and your husband disagree on the divorce elements, the more it costs.  Learn how to keep costs low while negotiating what you and your kids need.

​Business & Employment Coaches

​​Leaving is only a part of the journey. ​Discover how to take on the world in your newly single role.  How to market yourself, reinvent yourself, or rebrand yoursel.

​I felt so lost and alone when my divorce began, but once I knew what the path was and what my options were, things became clear and a whole lot ​easier and less stressful.”

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