​Discover How To Divorce

​​​Plan For & Understand the Most Important ​Decision of Your Life

​​​In​ 10 hours, you'll learn ALL about the divorce process and options ​so that you can make the best long-term decisions for yourself and your kids.    All the material is online - available to watch whenever and wherever you like.

Divorce ​WITHOUT screwing up your kids, losing your mind, and blowing all your money

What You Get Inside The Divorce Summit:

​The Divorce Summit is 10 hours of webinars and interviews that detail the ​entire divorce process​ from planning to finalizing - including all the financial decisions, custody & parenting issues, and different divorce styles (mediations, collaborative, standard dueling attorneys).  

​After viewing these segments, you will know exactly what your next steps are.  Not only that, you'll know how to save time, resources, and life energy with your newfound plan.  

The sessions are hosted by:​​​

3 Divorce Attorneys who cover all three types of divorce process: litigated, mediated, and collaborative.  You'll know which process will fit your family and how to identify the best pros.

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2 Financial Advisers who talk all about the money side of divorce.  If marriage is about love, divorce is about money. Financial advisers can help you craft a financial settlement and plan that works for years after your divorce.  You don't need to be a millionaire to benefit from the plans and reports they generate.  

1 Parenting Coach who will lay out what you need to consider in creating a co-parenting plan and attitude that will help your kids thrive.

1 High Conflict Specialist who covers how to divorce and co-parent with a difficult ex.  This session is super valuable for everyone, because he will cover how to reduce conflict across the board.  And as any divorce pro will tell you, "Conflict costs.  Money.  Time.  Life-energy."  

1 Psychologist who gives specific strategies to help your kids become part of the 75% who thrive after divorce, vs. the 25% who don't.  

And several other renowned authors and teachers who cover the gamut of divorce and post-divorce issues.  

​What Topics & Questions Get Answered:

What is the Divorce Process?  What are ​Your Legal Options?

Learn from divorce lawyers, mediators, and coaches on what the divorce process is and how to manage it. 

  • ​Which divorce process is right for you:  mediation, collaborative, litigated?  Get an in depth understanding of each and how to hire the best professionals.
  •  ​What ​can you plan for that will help make the process easier and less costly?
  • ​How do you find a good mediator or divorce lawyer?
  • ​How to prepare for divorce ​& life after? 
  • How can you divorce without spending all your money?
  • ​What is the first phone call you need to make?  Where do you start?

​What is a fair asset split?  How will ​you survive financially?

​Walk through the money side of the divorce process:  from planning through negotiations and beyond.  ​    

  • ​How ​do you pick the assets in the split?
  • ​What should you negotiate?
  • ​How will you survive in the next 2, 5, 10+ years?
  • ​What about child support and alimony?  
  • ​How do you protect yourself from a massive decrease in lifestyle & wealth?

How do ​You ​tell ​​Your kids? How do ​You do what's best for ​​Your kids?

​Mediators, parenting coaches, and psychologists weigh in on addressing the best ways to keep kids (INCLUDING ADULT KIDS) healthy, happy, and resilient in the face of divorce.    

  • How do you tell the kids?
  • What is the best way to parent after divorce?
  • How do you manage different households and perspectives?
  • ​How do you best protect your kids?
  • ​How do you  help them create a new identity?

​​How do​ you get a better and happier life after divorce?  ​How do you get over ​it?

​Discover the winding and complicated road to life after divorce.    

  • ​How do you move on with financial security and inner joy?
  • ​How do you manage your own complicated emotions?
  • ​What are the steps that you can take to move on happily and successfully?
  • ​How do I date again?
  • ​How will I ​get past the loneliness and fear?

Our Renowned & Trusted Presenters:

​​Mediation:  The Way of the Peaceful Divorce

Belinda Rachman, ESQ (attorney, mediator, lecturer)

​Collaborative Divorce VS. Litigated Divorce AND Considerations For Divorce in Your 40's and Beyond

​Janice Green, ESQ (sought after media expert and attorney)
J Anthony Licciardello

​The Financially Smart Divorce:  3 Steps to Your Ideal Settlement & Financial Security in Your New Life

​​J​. Anthony Licciardello, CDFA (​certified financial adviser and best-selling author)

​How Divorcing Husbands Hide and Manipulate For Money

​​Jeff Landers, CDFA (​certified financial adviser, Forbes contributor, and best-selling author)

​Is Your Division of Assets Fair?  How to Use Financial Reports to Decide What You Should Keep and What to Walk Away From

​​​Christina Lynn, CDFA, CEP (​certified financial adviser ​and divorce veteran)
Karen Bonnell

Co-Parenting:  How To Do It Well, Even When You Don't Think You Can

Karen Bonnell, MS (author, parenting coach, ​therapist, and divorce veteran)

​The Divorced Child:  Assuring Your Child Thrives During and After Divorce

​​​Dr. Joe Nowinski, PHD​ (​therapist, researcher, lecturer, and award winning author)

Getting Over the End of Your Marriage and Getting On With Your Amazing Life

Susan Elliott, JD M.Ed (attorney, educator, best-selling author, and speaker)

​It Takes Two to Tango, But Only One to End the Dance of High Conflict Divorce and Custody

​​​Brook Olsen​ (​founder, conflict management program creator, and author)

​How the Stories We Tell Make Our Kids Whole or Tear Them Apart

​​​​Andrew Root​ (​professor, speaker, and author)

​​Divorce is the Worst... ​the Kids' Journey

​Anastasia Higginbotham (best-selling author)

​Parenting Through Divorce:  The Daily Do's and Dont's

​​​C​ynthia MacGregor,​ (author and speaker)

​Marriage Betrayal:  Surviving and Thriving After the Storm

​​​​​Jennifer Waite​ (​​author and divorce veteran)

My Pledge to You:

You will leave these sessions with a clear grasp of the divorce process and your next steps.

Hi, I'm Rachel Beck, your summit host!

Divorce can be overwhelming, painful, and expensive.  It will challenge you on multiple levels... and then challenge you some more.

My goal with The Divorce Summit is to be like test prep for divorce.  If you​ or your kids have ever taken an important ​exam, you know ​what a big difference ​walking in prepared can make. ​

You can contact me at rachel@singlemommything.com

While I know that the information inside can easily save you a couple hours of legal fees, all the way up to tens of thousands of dollars, depending on the complexity and assets in your family, my big goal is to help you save your life force.  

During my divorce process, I came to recognize the battered look of divorce weariness - I saw it on dozens of women's faces.  I've even seen it on my own.

The divorce process inherently throws people in the mud.  But if you know where those pitfalls are, you can steer clear of the ugliness and come out the other side less beat up.  

Divorce sucks - there is no way around it.   I should know.

I spent nearly five years in the family courts system:  two for my initial divorce and two and a half for my post-decree case.  I even represented myself without an attorney for nine months, writing my own motions, issuing subpoenas, and defending myself in front of a judge. 

During my initial divorce, I worked with two different attorneys.  I started with the expensive one.  And then after over a year, and without anything resolved, I hired a cheaper one to just get it done.  

My marital settlement agreement, according to my third post-decree divorce lawyer, was the worst he'd ever seen because it was silent on so many important issues.  ​UGH. 

​How was I supposed to know that?  I thought my initial cheaper lawyer would handle my MSA in the best way.  Isn't that what lawyers are supposed to do?

Well apparently lawyers, like shoes, are not created equally.  Some are shockingly comfortable AND look amazing. Others just give you blisters, effing hurt like hell, and are still super expensive.  

So my silent marital settlement agreement was part of what forced me to return to court (among other things like hidden income), years after my divorce was finalized and re-litigate to the tune of about $75,000 (this included mine, my ex's, and his girlfriend's lawyers).  Long story - you can read about my divorce story here.  

During my second time in the family courts, my case went all the way trial.  

While I won the case, my son and I sacrificed a lot - way more than just money.  I was a wreck the entire time - and not available to be the best parent.  

So if you're thinking about divorce, I strongly urge you to consider that your decisions and mistakes will resonate across your and your kids' entire lives.  And those effects cost WAY MORE THAN JUST MONEY.

Stay strong.  You are not alone.


​Having spent SO MUCH TIME & MONEY in divorce court AND having, only after the fact, discovered what I could have and should have done better and differently, I am super invested in helping other women not make the same mistakes.  I believe wholeheartedly that with the right planning and understanding, you can move forwards into a better life - one filled with joy, love, and abundance - a better life for yourself and YOUR KIDS - whether or not you are the leaver or the left.  

That's why my promise to you is that if you do not feel that this material has brought you closer to your better next chapter, that it has enabled you to make a solid divorce plan, understand your next and best steps, then I will refund your money.  

​My  mission is to make divorce a better and less traumatic transition - so it's way more than about the money.  It's about the mission.

​Also, if you are on the fence about this summit, please call me.  I will answer any questions you may have. My number is 224-259-2540.  This rings my personal cellphone.  Please leave me a message or text me and I WILL call you back.  I get A LOT of calls - and return every single one.

​I wish you and your kids a better life.  I wish you and your ex the wisdom and strength to give your kids a sense of family, even if the circumstances have changed.  There is love and life on the other side, I PROMISE.

​If You Tried to Get All This Information On Your Own

This assumes that you are going to be using your paid time for education.  Most professionals will give you a free initial consult of 30 minutes, but you really need to be using that time to figure out if they are the right professional for you VS using them to educate you on the process.   

The Divorce Summit professionals devote their entire sessions to educating you on the divorce process and options.  They are not trying to sell you on their services - which when you do free consultations with professionals on your own, they are ​sizing you up to see if you would be a valuable client (billable hour projections) AND then trying to close the deal on you.  

Of course you are​ free to muddle your way through nighttime online searches and piece all this information together yourself.  I've done that.  It takes hours and hours of life and it's still not necessarily organized so that you can actually retain and learn from it all.  

I did this because I want you to see that the value I came up with is not random.  And you'll notice that it's actually valued at ​nearly $2000, but I chose that number just to be somewhat conservative.

What Element You'd Want to Find Out About Divorce
Average Hourly Rate
​The Divorce Summit

Financial Adviser (Time Used Educating You)

Average cost of $200/hour

3 Hours and 30 minutes of financial education


Divorce Attorney (Time Used Educating You)

Average cost of $250/hour

3 Hours of education covering litigated, collaborative, and mediated divorce


Parenting Coach (​Time spent educating You)

Average cost of $150/hour

​1 hour 


Parenting Coach/Therapist (Time spent educating You)

Average cost of $90/hour

3 Hours of education covering ​conflict management and strategies to support your child's well-being


​Total Included in The Divorce Summit

$1870 Value

$1870 Value

​For Only $79.95

The charge will show up as HPWG on your statement for The Summit.  There is no reference to divorce on the statement so that you are protected from anyone finding out that you've purchased this.

If you have any questions, feel free to text or call me (224-259-2540), or email me rachel@singlemommything.com.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • When does the summit start and finish?

The Divorce Summit is free for 36 hours starting at 10am CST May 16 through 10pm CST May 17.  If join with an All Access Pass, you will have lifetime access to the material.  

  • What is an All Access Pass and how much is it?

The All Access Pass is instant and lifetime access to all the summit sessions along with other bonuses.  You will also gain access to future speakers.  

  • What if I become a member with an All Access Pass and decide the course isn't for me?

We'll be happy to issue you a refund within the first 7 days after your purchase date if you're unhappy for any reason.  Just email rachel@singlemommything.com.

  • Will I get access to the full Divorce Summit all at once?

If you purchase an All Access Pass, you will get instant access (well it may take a couple of minutes for the email to arrive) to all the sessions and Bonuses.  ​

If you need help with something related to the summit, please contact rachel@singlemommthing.com

Don't Take My Word For It, Read What Members of The Divorce Summit Have to Say

Rachel provided the foundation to understand how to make divorce work best for my family.  Each of the sessions, even ones I thought wouldn't pertain to me initially, gave me a whole new way to see my way forward.  That was a lesson in itself - if you can shift your perspective on your situation, sometimes the haze will clear.   Thank you!

​Julia J.

​Nashville, TN

​​Every session just hit me in my gut.  It was like a light went on in the dark where I was living.  

I was able to visualize a plan for myself and my kids now - how we can move on.  The process still hurts.  But it was like having a team on my side.  And the information was invaluable.  I didn't have to pay my attorney $325/hour to ask him questions I already knew answers to.

​Bree W.

​Kingston, NY

​I was on the fence about joining The Divorce Summit. My plan was to wait for the free day.  But then my curiosity got the best of me, so I joined.

Wow.  The material ​is so dense that I kn​ow I will watch this again ​if I actually move forwards with my divorce. I'm just thinking about it now.  I'm hoping my husband and I can make some positive changes.  But I'm definitely not afraid now because I know my next steps.  

​Karen L. 

​Crystal Lake, IL

​​I'm in the middle of my divorce.  I didn't know what to do when my husband filed. I was so overwhelmed and panicked.  I've spent so many hours searching online for answers and reading forums... ​  ​When I landed on Rachel's site, I wanted something that could give me an overview and ​explanation that was not just other people's personal opinions - actual professional, lawyers, parenting coaches... advice.


So I tried The Divorce Summit.  This is way less expensive than asking my lawyer.  And way better than some anonymous person on a forum answering my 2am questions.  

I feel like Rachel really gets how this process can be just ugly.  And she's helped me see ways that I, just me, can make it better for myself and my kids - and even my ex.  

​Angela S. 

​Santa Clara, CA

$1870 Value

​For Only $79.95

The charge will show up as HPWG on your statement for The Summit.  There is no reference to divorce on the statement so that you are protected from anyone finding out that you've purchased this.

If you have any questions, feel free to text or call me (224-259-2540), or email me rachel@singlemommything.com.

​Hi​! I'm your summit host, Rachel Beck.

All together, I spent nearly 5 years in the family courts.  Two and a half of those were spent post-decree (after my divorce was finalized) uncovering and proving that my ex had transferred his business to his girlfriend in order to shield that income from child support payments.  For nine months, I represented myself, writing my own petition and motions, appearing before the judge against my ex's bombastic attorney, issuing subpoenas... basically keeping my case alive.  

While I won the case, after a 3 month trial, my son and I sacrificed a lot.  I was a wreck ​the entire time - and not available to be the best parent.  I have some regrets.  I'm not sure I'd do it again.  And I want to use that experience to help others avoid the mistakes and pitfalls I encountered.

Stay Strong.  You're Not Alone.  

Read my story and all my redacted court documents at singlemommything.com

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