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July 3, 2019

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July 16, 2020

In uncertain times, it's natural to experience anxiety and fear. Going through a divorce is almost always stressful; in the midst of social upheaval, it's a special kind of hard. Here are a few important things to consider to help minimize the impact of fear in your divorce process and in your life:

1.) Make a list. Identify people/places/practices that support your needs. You can break this up into categories such as: financial, legal, emotional, spiritual, and social. If you find yourself lacking support in one or more area, identify where you could find more. If you get stuck, please reach out to our office--we are equipped with resources and referrals.

2.) Choose the right friends....

May 13, 2020

You’ve probably heard the term “conscious uncoupling” before...perhaps you’ve stumbled on this article because you’re up late on a random Tuesday night, googling this popular term.

You know your marriage is over, but now you need to know if you can “break up” with your spouse peacefully. Can you leave your marriage without your children becoming part of the collateral damage? Can you ask for a divorce without igniting an all-out war?

We’re here to tell you that you absolutely can, and there are professionals out there who are trained to help you and your partner end your marriage without doing emotional harm to yourself, your spouse, or your children. It doesn’t mean that your divorce won’t still cau...

December 16, 2019

Five years ago, John Hoelle and Peter Fabish set out to change the way people divorce. This month is the 5-year anniversary of Conscious Family Law & Mediation.

The traditional marriage anniversary gift is wood. Wood connotes the strength, rootedness, and expanse of a tree. It symbolizes a partnership that has begun to develop into a long-lasting bond.

It is the intention of Conscious Family to remain rooted in our values, strong in our commitment to serving the community, and expansive as we spread our reach beyond Boulder in order to change the way people divorce.

In honor of the five years John and Peter have put into rooting and growing Conscious Family, I asked the entire staff to share the most...

September 19, 2019

When I was contemplating divorce, the single hardest question I had to ask myself was, how will it impact my children? I wondered, will it damage them for life?  

I’m on the other side of divorce. My family is two years out from the initiation of two parental households, and I can say with confidence that my children are thriving. I’m not advocating for or against divorce (we’re big fans of healthy, thriving partnerships here at Conscious Family), but I am saying that if it is possible for adults to transform, learn, and grow from the divorce process, the same is true for children.

The truth is, divorce impacts children. Deep acceptance of the fact that there was no way to shelter my children fr...

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