Volume 37 | October 2020
Matrimonial | Trust & Estate | Elder Law 
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The Divorce Sherpa Blog

Benefits of Having a Mental Health Professional as Part of Your Divorce Team

A mental health professional can help divorcing spouses resolve their conflicts without a court battle. He or she can provide insights and guidance on addressing the emotional barriers to settlement. If children are involved, a child specialist can also assist in developing parenting plans, improving communication among parents and helping children adjust to divorce.

Interesting Reads on Marriage and Divorce

How to Get Divorced Without Hating Your Ex or Tearing Your Family Apart

Six principles to help get through your divorce.

How Women Can Make Their Money Last in Retirement

Women live longer and are more likely to be single in retirement.

Interesting Reads on Aging
Putting the Humanity in Health Care

Relationship-based clinics for older patients set out to upend the system.

When To Roth?

Considerations for choosing or converting to a Roth IRA

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About Harriette
Our goal is to empower clients. Rather than take charge and set the agenda, we equip you with the tools you need to be an active participant in your matter. Whether you need guidance with estate planning or you are dealing with a family dispute or divorce, our matrimonial and trusts and estates practices can help you find solutions that meet your needs and avoid litigation.