What is the d•course?

It is a video course taught by an experienced divorce attorney and mediator that will walk you through everything from mindset to money to life beyond divorce and everything in between. You will get practical tools to address all aspects of your divorce, e-books, handouts and templates, as well as access to an exclusive online community for added support.

A divorce is more than just legal advice. It involves mental, emotional, social, and even practical considerations
that need to be examined.The d·course gives you a step-by-step roadmap for all aspects of your journey.

If you don’t change the way you think about divorce, you could
spend thousands of dollars to fuel emotion and anger.

Conflict = Chaos and Cost

The sooner you can move beyond the chaos, the sooner you can emerge empowered to embrace your new redefined life.

It doesn’t matter if you are just considering your options, are in the middle of a divorce, or your spouse recently told you they want one, the d•course is an alternative to shopping the internet for inaccurate and often incomplete advice from unreliable sources.

The d•course was built for those ready to embrace their Happy Even After™ because you can’t put a price on peace.

the d•course

Basic

$199

Video Course

Includes:

5 Pillar Video Course

Your Cost

$199

the d•course

Premium

$299

Video Course If You Have Children

Includes:

6 Pillar Video Course

Your Cost

$299

the d•course

Mastermind

$1500

Video Course and 1:1 Coaching

Includes:

6 Pillar Video Course

Your Cost

$1500

Still have questions?

You might be thinking that a divorce is expensive enough and this course costs money, but this will actually save money in the long run. 

 

How?

Because typically attorneys charge between $250-500/hour. If you spent hours with your attorney to learn much of the information in this course, it could cost you thousands of dollars. Also, this course might actually help your attorney better advocate for you, because you will come to the table with clear goals and objectives.

Sure, you can surf the web for information, but you don’t know if the information you are finding is reliable, accurate and even relevant to your particular situation. The d•course consolidates all of this information in one place, and includes useful worksheets and guides to keep you organized and prepared. Aside from that, you will hear personal stories to illustrate the topics and you will discuss something beyond the scope of any attorney’s representation: shame, mindest, and emotions.

I’ve spent almost 2 decades as a divorce attorney, and in that time I’ve helped hundreds of women transition successfully to life after divorce. But, not only do I live in this space professionally, I also have been divorced and I intimately know what co-parenting looks and feels like. Every emotion you are feeling right now…at some point or other, I’ve felt it too.

This is just a moment in your life. You do not need to get stuck here.