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Ask our Experts: Who should be on my “divorce team” (Part 2)

I’ve hired my divorce attorney. Who else, if anyone, should be on my “divorce team”? Many divorces will go from start to finish with only divorce attorneys involved. Other cases benefit from the expertise of other professionals. From our perspective, there’s no right answer for every divorce. The right “divorce team” depends on your needs

Thanks to Everyone who came out for ONE HOME TO TWO!

And to all who tuned in via our first Live Stream! Stay tuned for a short take of our video highlights from the presentation and discussion. Thanks to our speakers: . Karen Platt, partner, Mayerson Abramowitz & Kahn. Karen is an experienced litigation, mediation and collaborative family law attorney. She has lectured widely on international

Ask our Experts: Who should be on my “divorce team”

I’ve hired my divorce attorney. Who else, if anyone, should be on my “divorce team”? Many divorces will go from start to finish with only divorce attorneys involved. Other cases benefit from the expertise of other professionals. From our perspective, there’s no right answer for every divorce. The right “divorce team” depends on your needs

We Asked, You Answered: What was the Best Advice you were Given during your Breakup?

The world feels like it is falling out from under you, but you will be ok, and probably

Meet Our New Expert Team

It is not often that litigation lawyers and those who practice “alternative dispute resolution” (read mediation or collaborative law) see eye to eye on things.  Alyssa Rower of Aronson, Mayefsky and Sloan, and Ani Mason of Mason Law and Mediation, are exceptions. They are both top tier lawyers. Ani is a mediator and collaborative attorney with her own

So, Who Gets the Friends?

While we applaud Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin’s lovely letter informing, um, THE WORLD, of their thoughtful journey through separation, it got us thinking of how little is mentioned in the literature about separation and divorce on what to do about friendships. Here, I’ve jotted down a few thoughts that might help you and your

Getting Through It: A Story About Fashion

Sometimes, the oddest things can get you through The first weeks after our decision to separate, I walked

It’s A Contest: Best Male Profile!

Ever come across a guy’s online dating profile and thought: “That’s genius! I gotta meet him”? Send it in

Takeaways from “Planning for College as a Re-Singled Parent”

Independent college consultant Rachel Coates and parent Laura Gilbert, gave us a solid intro to some of the basics

Remember When Doing Something On Your Own Was a Triumph?

Revisit that feeling. If you are doing things on your own for the first time in years, or the first time ever — whether it be sorting the recycling, hiring a financial advisor, or venturing out on a solo vacation.

Short Take: Sex and the Re-Singled Woman

Thanks to everyone who came to our panel on May 13th.  We received lots of new information and some valuable reminders.  To access more material  from the evening’s info-packed session, consider becoming a member!

In case you missed it: Highlights from our Online dating workshop

Great to see everyone who came to our workshop this weekend! So glad the sun was shining! We listened,

Would it Surprise you to know …?

That you can eat this entire bouquet? That online dating can actually be interesting, enlightening and fun? Starting