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What is Divorce Coaching?

Imagine you’re getting a divorce. It’s chaotic and messy. You are trying to navigate hiring a lawyer, understanding paperwork, determining costs, and arranging custody agreements. You are trying to do all this while enduring a loss and heartbreak. Between the grief and the stress, it’s all you can think about. You’ve exhausted your friends and family, you’re getting mixed advice from loved ones, and you need help finding clarity and finding stable ground again. Divorce coaching can help to meet that need.

Divorce coaching is not legal guidance. It’s not therapy and it’s not financial planning. Divorce coaching provides emotional support during a difficult time and provides workshops and activities to prepare you for life during and after divorce.


We help you with:

Goal setting

Financial planning

Career planning

Emotional Support

Understanding logistics of divorce

Decision-Making Processes

Paperwork administration and organization

We are here to be your friend, show empathy, and encourage you to face life after divorce with your head held high.

To understand more about all the steps in divorce coaching, check out our Services pages for frequently asked questions related to each specific coaching process.

*Divorce coaching will not provide legal advice or any type of licensed therapy solutions.

Why We Help With The Divorce Process

Attorney Lindsey Sharp spent a number of years as a prosecutor before entering the world of family law. While criminal law is very much black and white, family law brought forth more grey areas and emotional nuances that were unique in each case that Lindsey took on. And after experiencing two messy and emotional divorces of her own, she realized that there was a significant gap in the divorce process: daily lifestyle support for those who are experiencing the stressful and trying months or years that divorce can deliver.

Attorney Lindsey Sharp spent a number of years as a prosecutor before entering the world of family law. While criminal law is very much black and white, family law brought forth more grey areas and emotional nuances that were unique in each case that Lindsey took on. And after experiencing two messy and emotional divorces of her own, she realized that there was a significant gap in the divorce process: daily lifestyle support for those who are experiencing the stressful and trying months or years that divorce can deliver.

An attorney will provide you legal advice and represent you in court. A therapist will work to delve into your childhood traumas and untangle unhealthy behaviors. But Lindsey found herself wondering–Where is the person who can help a divorcing person organize their schedule and paperwork? Where is the person who has experienced divorce and can help someone anticipate next steps? Who can help someone to map out career goals, financial goals, and focus on how to communicate with a co-parent to make the entire divorce process smoother?

An attorney will provide you legal advice and represent you in court. A therapist will work to delve into your childhood traumas and untangle unhealthy behaviors. But Lindsey found herself wondering–Where is the person who can help a divorcing person organize their schedule and paperwork? Where is the person who has experienced divorce and can help someone anticipate next steps? Who can help someone to map out career goals, financial goals, and focus on how to communicate with a co-parent to make the entire divorce process smoother?

Combining her legal background and personal experience with divorce, Lindsey founded Sharp Divorce Coaching as a way to fortify the weak spots in the divorce process and bridge the gaps that divorcing individuals will face, creating a journey that is as manageable as possible during a time of grief and turmoil.

About Lindsey Sharp

Lindsey Sharp has been helping people navigate the journey of divorce for the last 15 years, both as an attorney and as a virtual divorce coach. She knows first-hand the myriad of emotions and challenges that face a newly divorced spouse.

Lindsey is the founding partner/attorney at a premier Family & Matrimonial firm located in the Melbourne, Florida area. She attended college in St. Louis, Missouri and law school in St. Paul, Minnesota. Finally, as a mother of six children across her two marriages, she understands the complexities of managing a blended household and co-parenting with ex-spouses.

Over the past century, divorce has gone from being unheard of, to being taboo to being something that can and should be seen as a brave decision if it means finding a healthier life for yourself and your family. As divorce changes, many needs have been identified as part of that process, including the need for coaching and practical guidance before, during and after divorce. Sharp Divorce Coaching can help you find success and alleviate some of the additional stresses of divorce so that you can get back to living and focus on being there for yourself and/or your children.

Lindsey Sharp has been helping people navigate the journey of divorce for the last 15 years, both as an attorney and as a virtual divorce coach. She knows first-hand the myriad of emotions and challenges that face a newly divorced spouse.

Lindsey is the founding partner/attorney at a premier Family & Matrimonial firm located in the Melbourne, Florida area. She attended college in St. Louis, Missouri and law school in St. Paul, Minnesota. Finally, as a mother of six children across her two marriages, she understands the complexities of managing a blended household and co-parenting with ex-spouses.

Over the past century, divorce has gone from being unheard of, to being taboo to being something that can and should be seen as a brave decision if it means finding a healthier life for yourself and your family. As divorce changes, many needs have been identified as part of that process, including the need for coaching and practical guidance before, during and after divorce. Sharp Divorce Coaching can help you find success and alleviate some of the additional stresses of divorce so that you can get back to living and focus on being there for yourself and/or your children.