The Separation Fix

Whether you are considering separation or in the process of separation, you probably know that it can impact every aspect of your life.

Your emotional wellbeing ~ your health ~ your family ~ your friends ~ your finances ~ your living arrangements ~ your work ~ and if you're a parent, your children.

There are so many things to consider and decisions to make at a time when you can be exhausted, confused and struggling to find answers.

Hi, my name is Liz Rankin and I want to help.

I’ve been connected to the world of separation and divorce for decades, originally due to my personal situation, then as a lawyer focusing on family law before stepping sideways to a career as a family law mediator and divorce coach.

As a coach I work with clients who are facing three distinct challenges:

    ~ Clients struggling to decide “should I go, should I stay or should I wait”

    ~ Clients who are in the midst of separation; and

   ~ Clients who have separated and are adjusting to this next chapter.

To help you through these challenging experiences:

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Clarity, well-being and achieving your goals

You don’t have to have been a family lawyer, a divorce coach or family law mediator (or as they can be called in Australia “a family dispute resolution practitioner”) to know that a relationship or separation that goes awry and doesn’t get back on track, can be a wrecking ball through years of your life. So, no matter where you are in this journey, I hope that The Separation Fix can be a step away from confusion and unhappiness and a step towards clarity, well-being and achieving your goals. 

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Why I do what I do

Listen to Season 1... Season 2 on its way soon!

Season two of The Separation Fix PODCAST coming April 2020, stay tuned ...

Eyes Wide Open - Watch out for these common separation mistakes

I know what’s at risk in separation and divorce and I know what can be lost. But I also know what can be gained. Let’s get on the right side of that equation by avoiding some common separation mistakes.