Divorce is a life change and transition that challenges the emotional, interpersonal, and cognitive functioning of those experiencing it. These changes impact all members of the family–not only the parents and the children involved, but also members of the extended family.
Divorce is a life experience like no other. Divorce is not an event–it is a process that unfolds over a period of time. Learn about the distinct phases of divorce and how they progress in this article by CFLG San Diego members Justin A. Reckers, CFP, CDFA, AIF, director of financial planning at Pacific Wealth Management and managing director of Pacific Divorce Management, LLC in San Diego; and Robert A. Simon, Ph.D. , forensic psychologist, trial consultant, expert witness, and alternative dispute resolution specialist based in Del Mar, California.
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