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Divorce can be more stressful than a death. With over 50% of marriages ending in divorce, lives are turned upside down literally overnight. Usually, the whole process exhausts the parties and their bank accounts. The papers were signed. Now you have to start over and rebuild your life, with less money, less time and often a broken spirit. You are not alone! Now there is a guide to help you find your way while raising wounded kids, dealing with Ex's that stay angry and handling everyone's "free" advice that never seems to work. This Smart Guide gives you practical legal advice fused with support to direct your life and control your stress. Attorney Tanya Stewart shares over a dozen years of legal experience, consulting, and life coaching to guide you to your new life. She shows readers how to reduce fear and prevent problems using easy to follow instructions, checklists and templates blended with needed humor. Relying on her solid planning and stress coaching, readers will learn to manage their post divorce lives and move toward new happiness.The Smart Guide to Life After Divorce will help you address these tough problems and more: * Knowing where to start legally and emotionally after your divorce * How to let go of what was lost in the fight* Cleaning up your emotional wounds* What your Ex wants you to fear and what to do about it* Dating- during and after the divorce* Starting to heal from Domestic Violence* Tackling your emotional abuse and damage it does* How (and when!) to enforce your Divorce Decree* How to build your evidence to prove what no one believes* Picking a great divorce lawyer or going to court on your own * Handling financial and child emergencies with an uncooperative Ex* Getting back to happiness Only a seasoned divorce attorney can advise you how to navigate the years that follow your divorce safely. Using your Smart Guide to Life After Divorce you can save thousands in future legal fees, learn to manage your life around impossible people and finally find the peace you fought for in your divorce.