At some point in time, it’s finally over… the endless law office visits, the anger, and sadness. Yet despite the prevalence of divorce, we have few ways to mark the end of a marriage. To undo the vows. To mourn what might have happened. To let go of past hurts. To prepare to move on. In fact, we often tend to equate divorce with “failure” or “not being enough”. It’s quite sad, really.
A divorce ceremony offers you a dignified way to bid farewell to a phase of life:
- To reclaim your maiden name
- To appreciate family and friends for their support
- To reconfirm your commitment to and love for your children
- To pass over threshold from marriage into independence intentionally, saying: “I am ready to move ahead now.”
- To voice your hopes for the future, so the universe can conspire to help you…:)
The preparation for a divorce ceremony is perhaps as healing as the ceremony itself. A good ceremony invites those you love to come along on the journey to the rest of your life. Through the interview and design process, you gain perspective about the past and unearth hidden dreams and fears.
We’ll work at a pace that is comfortable for you. The final ceremony will be empowering for you and those you love.
Real life: M&M separate intentionally.
“You saved us hours of work, and helped us manage an important ending in a way that was full of grace and dignity. It was truly us.” M&M