Welcome to the world of amicable divorce and getting along with your ex.
Devon and I are not Superman and Wonder Woman, though we’ve both discussed getting those tattoos at one time or another. We have made our share of mistakes, had our fights, miscommunicated and hurt each other. Now we are divorced and get along. Is this possible? We are here to tell you that yes, it is. Follow us as we recap the past; you’re welcome to delve into our lives as we move forward amicably, co-parenting and making decisions for our separate but intertwined and amazing existences.
Everyone is placed on this planet for a purposeful reason. Our goal is to be real and use our own lives and experiences for the good of others. Our hope is that in turn, your own lives and experiences can be used for the greater good to help hurting and broken people, especially those going through a divorce.
Feel free to ask questions, state your doubts and give your opinions. We are both open and honest people, seeking to help others by being transparent with those we meet. We expect respect because we show respect, so we encourage you to pause and think about what you are writing before you hit that “comment” button. We learned the hard way: it’s tough to take back harsh or curt words. Start practicing here on our blog and it will make it easier when you begin difficult but needed communication with your ex or soon-to-be ex.
We are not professional counselors, but we would like to think that our experiences are valuable to you. We may give opinions, but that’s as far as it goes. We will defer expert advice to those qualified to do so. While Devon is an attorney and does quite a bit of family law these days, he is only familiar with Nevada laws and each state can be very different. We encourage you to seek professional legal advice in your own state from qualified professionals if needed.
Thanks for stopping by. We have made it through difficult processes and have become better people in the end. You can too.
Devon and Emily Reese
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