Life after divorce has the potential to be secure, gratifying and adventurous. There are, however, some "pot-holes" that can throw things off course. Fortunately, we have examined the challenges of this phase of life and have designed resources to alert you to potential problems so that you can avoid the stress and hardships they bring.
There are two reasons that second and third marriages are likely to end in divorce. The first reason is that couples remarry too quickly. The second reason is that blended families are much more challenging for everyone involved.
Couple Checkup, is provided in partnership with Life Innovations and provides an extensive assessment of your relationship. Take the Couple Checkup and you will be on your way to building a healthier, more fulfilling relationship.
Couple Checkup will aid you in identifying the strengths and weaknesses in your relationship. Using Couple Checkup, ARC's online relationship assessment tool, you can pinpoint your strengths as a couple and the areas where you could use a helping hand.
The Couple Checkup Coaching Session
Following completion of the Couple Checkup, schedule an appointment with an ARC trained Therapist, for a one-hour coaching session to discuss the results of your Couple Checkup report. At the end of the session, the Therapist will make recommendations if more follow up is needed.
When a couple marries, the law immediately imposes rights and obligations on both husband and wife. In some cases the couple may wish to create their own rights and obligations rather than have them imposed by the law.
In those cases, a prenuptial agreement is a very important tool. These agreements must be prepared and signed with a great deal of knowledge and caution. Therefore, it is always important to seek the help of experienced professionals. Contact an ARC professional at ARCProf@alpharesourcecenter.com for more information.
Knowledge is power particularly when you are dealing with a challenging transition like divorce. Alpha provides a broad spectrum of in depth articles about the legal, financial and emotional aspects of divorce.
The self-help shelves of bookstores and on-line sources are full of books on the topic of divorce. We have taken some of the guess work out of making a choice by reviewing the literature and providing you with what we feel are the best books for adults and children on this topic.
Certain organizations, like ARC, distinguish themselves by providing valuable information and contacts for divorcing individuals. These sources are provided to assist you in finding other valuable resources.
Fortunately, there are many knowledgeable professionals who are available to assist people in navigating through the various hurdles divorce presents. We have screened these professionals so that we can provide you with contacts that are more reliable than those you will find in general directories.