Category Archives: financial counseling for couples

When Is It Time To Leave Your Relationship? By Ilissa Banhazl, MFT- Part I

There are times when there is no question whether to leave or stay. See if your relationship contains any of the following characteristics. My partner… 1. Emotionally abuses me by calling me hurtful names like stupid, fat or ugly, etc.. … Continue reading

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Is a Prenuptial Agreement or Separate Finances a Warning of Trouble To Come?

Some couples find this kind of agreement helpful in their financial situation. However, what I see in my office is couple’s fighting over financial agreements made when they decided to get married. I’m not only talking about prenuptial agreements but … Continue reading

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