Guest Post by The Divorcierge: Get A Grip on Your Money!

Growing up I was always figuring out ways to save my allowance and have my parents pay for

In Praise of Messy Lives: Director Divorcees

These twelve women made their way to the film director’s chair–some climbed the rungs of the Hollywood ladder, while others came of age in more remote corners of the world.   All of them left behind one marriage, and sometimes two, before becoming the accomplished sages they are today. Can you name them? French-born Alice Guy-Blaché (1873-1968) was the first

Missed our Aging Gracefully Event?

For those who missed it, we had a great panel and a fun-filled night. A brief round-up: Biochemist Rebecca Dietzel talked about

So, Who Gets the Friends?

While we applaud Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin’s lovely letter informing, um, THE WORLD, of their thoughtful journey

Thanks to all who attended our first ever Online Dating Workshop!

We think it was a spectacular success.  Click here to read what some of the participants had to say.

A Second Look at the Vicious Cycle of Divorce

I am one of those children of divorce who grew up only to get divorced myself.  It is

Ask An Expert: How Do I pay a Lawyer’s Retainer Fee If My Spouse Controls the Money?

Alyssa Ann Rower Family Law Attorney, Aronson Mayefsky & Sloan Q: How do I pay my lawyer’s

What Went Wrong? A story about plants. Mostly.

I gave them everything; the richest compost, careful misting twice a day, scrupulous weeding, and heaps of praise.   Situated as they were, outside the door where my son plays the piano,  they were even given regular serenades.   At first, the tiny, stumpy plugs of Irish Moss took to their spot and grew much faster than