Divorce is often a time in life where you feel stuck, overwhelmed, and unable to make decisions. There are times before, during, and after the divorce where you possibly feel powerless and lost. You may feel like there are no good choices and scared of the impact each decision will have for the future. Well, you don’t have to stay in this foggy state of mind and you don’t have to travel on this journey alone. As your divorce coach, I am here to walk along side you and help you uncover the path to move you forward in your life. This process will help you move from where you are now to where you want to be.
Change is already within you and we will work together to identify the roadblocks that are keeping you stuck. I am here to help you gain a clearer perspective and identify choices that can lead to feelings of peace, strength, and empowerment. Together, we will THRIVE AHEAD.
Freedom to Choose
“Thank you so much for helping me get through one of the most difficult decisions of my life. You came highly recommended and were there for me when I didn’t know which way to turn. You let me cry, you assigned me homework, and you gave me freedom to make my own choices. I now know I can make a change on my own. For that, I will always be grateful.”
A Smart Decision
“You have been a tremendous help to me throughout the divorce process. Hiring you was the smartest decision that I made.”
“She was not only my guide, and my coach, but also one of my biggest cheerleaders. I highly recommend her services.”
“If you’re in need of resources to read, examples of document structures, or language to use within them, in addition to incredible moral support and understanding, you need to contact Meghan. Like myself, I have no doubt you will be forever grateful you did.”
“I felt like I was lost and alone in a completely foreign territory until I met Meghan. Whether it was meeting in person, or communication through emails, phone calls, or text messages, Meghan was always available to help me navigate one of the most challenging chapters of my life.”