Divorce Coach Statement


What is a Divorce Coach?

The American Bar Association recognizes that divorce coaching is different from providing legal representation to a client and defines divorce coaching as:

“a flexible, goal-oriented process designed to support, motivate, and guide people going through divorce to help them make the best possible decisions for their future, based on their particular interests, needs, and concerns. Divorce coaches have different professional backgrounds and are selected based on the specific needs of the clients. For example, some divorce coaches are financial planners, mental health professionals, lawyers, or mediators who have experience dealing with divorcing clients.”

Our Commitment

Margaret is committed to providing superior service to her clients.  She develops long term relationships with her clients based on their personal goals in order to assist them in achieving those goals.  When a client needs to make an important decision, she guides the client by helping them to consider all of the options available as well as the consequences of those decisions.  Margaret understands the importance of monitoring costs associated with any separation or divorce.  She has found that pre-planning, education, skill building, and sound decision making are key to keeping the overall costs down in a divorce.  Margaret brings her considerable experience as an attorney, particularly in the area of divorce and child custody to help each individual client.  She has received divorce specific coaching training, and is a Certified Divorce Coach.