By Jennifer Moore, Family Law Attorney.

I ran across a review for the movie Couples Retreat. The review makes it sound like the movie might not be worth the price of a matinee, but I wholly endorse the concept of marriage counseling.

There really are couples retreats out there that might help a marriage stay together. For example, there is a retreat in Vermont called “Marriage Quest“, and in Sedona, there’s a couples’ retreat called “Sedona Soul Adventures – a place I’d certainly like to go some day!

You don’t need a vacation therapy retreat, though. Marriage counseling with a licensed professional may be just as effective. You can obtain a referral from your family physician or therapist. One local therapist here in Minnesota who offers marriage counseling is Janet Schlegel, located in the northwestern suburbs of Minneapolis and St. Paul.

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A Family Law Attorney’s advice on Preventing Divorce

 
Over the past few years, I’ve seen a lot of divorce.  I’m not sure how many were preventable.  I do know that many of my clients did not want the divorce.  But in Minnesota, if one party wants a divorce, a divorce is granted by the Courts.  I’ve heard good things about Divorce Busting.   http://www.divorcebusting.com/  Maybe it will prevent some of you from becoming a client. 
 

Jennifer Moore
Moore Family Law, P.A.
www.moorefamilylawMN.com

Plymouth,  MN
jennifer.moore@moorefamilylawMN.com