Who says divorce has to be a war with winner take all. Moreover, why should it be?
What kinds of clients are attracted to a business called “Divorce With Dignity? People who put kindness, respect, and fairness over feelings of enmity and revenge. People who want to ensure that the best interests of their children are paramount. People who are willing to leave the past behind and move forward in cooperation to make their divorce as amicable as possible. Wouldn’t you love to work with people like that? Are these the type of clients you would like to attract to your business?
Recently in the news we have read about Seal and Heidi Klum’s decision to “divorce with dignity”. On January 22 they made the announcement, “While we have enjoyed seven very loving, loyal and happy years of marriage, after much soul searching we have decided to separate.” They state that they still have deep respect and love for one another, but they have grown apart. Read their divorce with dignity story.
“This is an amicable process and protecting the well-being of our children remains our top priority, especially during this time of transition.”
Speaking on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Seal told viewers that Heidi is the “most wonderful woman in the world” and that they intend to “remain civil and do this thing with dignity”. He explained that they were “grieving for each other” and are hoping for an amicable divorce. An amicable divorce not only shows love and respect for each other, it also shows concern for their four children.
The Divorce With Dignity name and reputation attracts this type of client, as we make it clear that we are committed to helping people through the divorce process in a peaceful manner – in fact, it is against our philosophy to do otherwise.
If you are a legal professional or have a business in the legal services field, it is likely you embarked on this career as a way to help others navigate the legal system and make their journey a bit easier. For those legal professionals who are members of the Divorce With Dignity Network, having a divorce planning and facilitation business that helps families get through the stressful divorce process with peace and dignity is greatly rewarding.
If you would like to know more about the opportunities and benefits of joining the Divorce With Dignity Network, and learn how your business can attract the kind of clients you would enjoy working with, please visit us today at Divorce With Dignity Network. You might find that we are just the niche you are looking for. Let us show you how you can attract clients who want your services to help them through the divorce process – with dignity!