We can help you realign your life.
Finalizing a divorce can be a huge relief – until you realize everything else that needs attention. From living arrangements, finances, personal commitments, to your digital footprint and children, there's a lot to organize after a divorce. With first-hand experience and a wealth of knowledge, we can help you navigate the new normal, check off to-do lists, and ensure you don’t miss out on important details. Post Divorce Force is your go-to resource to help you prioritize, plan, and get "the stuff done" so you can move in a new and true direction.
Founder and expert post divorce navigator.
After her divorce, Shari found herself needing to transform and restart her life as a single mom. The task was easier said than done, and she quickly found herself overwhelmed with many life and lifestyle decisions to make and mounds of questions that made her head spin. Piece-by-piece, Shari found her way to her new post-divorce, single mom life. During this journey,
she discovered that her operations, project management and client services experiences, had a whole new purpose. She wanted to
put it to work helping others who are newly divorced.
“'Although I was involved with all aspects of my divorce decree, once it was finalized, I was paralyzed and didn’t know how I could manage my custody calendar and keep track of my kids’ reimbursable expenses. Post Divorce Force helped implement easy systems for keeping track of these items..”
“While married, I was responsible for the kids and running our home. Once divorced I was faced with the daunting task of learning everything else– finances, choosing health insurance, booking travel and car maintenance to name just a few. Post Divorce Force helped me bridge this gap and now I know I can manage all aspects of my life.”
“Post Divorce Force helped me tackle the overwhelming task of recouping years of money owed to me, by divorce decree. Shari provided a clear, strategic plan for tracking expenses, obtaining past insurance/medical and cash/credit expenditures, and keeping on track in the future.”