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Welcome to Transitions Divorce Prep Blog

WELCOME TO MY NEW BLOG! — December 4, 2014

I have been trying to figure out some way to communicate with my clients and peers on some sort of regular basis and decided that this blog is the perfect avenue to do this.

It offers a variety of benefits for me and you as we go about serving each other in minimizing the financial and emotional wounding of Divorce:

  1. It’s a familiar medium to me. It’s different than the books that I have published but it’s still publishing, a form of communication that I am comfortable with.
  2. It provides the ability for me to get your feedback. It allows for comments (see the bottom of this post) which is the greatest source of assuring that I am focused on sharing valuable information and developing those tools and resources you all need the most.
  3. It provides an archive of communications. It is a great way for you to catch up if you’ve missed a post or provides you with the ability to review and/or reference a specific topic of interest to you or your clients.
  4. It very well may encourage you to start your own blog. I am continually searching for new content from experts and testimonials from clients to share with my followers and welcome this opportunity.

Here’s how I anticipate this working. Periodically I will write a new post. It might be once a week or several per month. I honestly can’t predict the frequency, it will depend on the request and demand for topics to cover. Regardless, I will send out an email to everyone when I to, alerting you that a new entry has been posted. From there, it’s up to you.

Please do provide me with feedback. I want to hear the good and the bad. If you disagree with me or want to provide an alternative perspective, I encourage you to go for it! If you are not comfortable using your real name, use an alias. The important thing is to tell me what’s on your mind.

4 responses to “Welcome to Transitions Divorce Prep Blog”

  1. Kelley says:

    thank you Gabriel, We will be providing weekly tips and advice on things you should consider prior, during or post divorce. We are glad you find our website helpful!

  2. Amy says:

    Hello Kelley,

    I love your idea to write a blog. People who are leaving long-term relationships need a lot of support. Thank you for providing them with a way to learn important information on how to protect themselves and heal from their experience with divorce.

  3. We at Dawning Phoenix support the work Transitions Resource, as a consumer advocacy organization, is doing to help others.

    • Kelley says:

      Thank you Dawn Echols of Dawning Phoenix! I see that you are a Registered Mediator! We highly recommend that couples see a Mediator BEFORE they hire an Attorney so that they can start the negotiation process and minimize the conflict between spouses. This saves so much money for them!

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