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

Next Event: Planning for College as a Re-Singled Parent

Did you know that re-marriage can reduce your child’s eligibility for financial aid? Or that only a few private colleges exclude your ex’s income when calculating financial aid? Come wise up about how to pay for College and stay on your feet financially.

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

In Case you Missed It: Takeaways from ‘How to Choose the Right Divorce Lawyer’ Event

We got some great tips and takeaways on hiring a good divorce attorney. How do you find a lawyer? Sadly, with online marketing and search engine optimization, you can’t simply google “good divorce lawyer” and get  honest results. Both because it’s a subjective question, and because the people at the top of the list have most likely paid to

Grief and Gratitude Workshop with Jenny Douglas

“In myth, in ritual, and in theology, the broken heart is not a regrettable symptom of derailment, but is rather the starting point of anything that matters.”
–Kimberley Patton, professor, Harvard Divinity School

Come to our next Workshop on Grief and Gratitude with Jenny Douglas. You will stretch your emotional capacity, find rooms in your heart that you never knew existed, and begin to see your way to the light.

Tips and Takeaways from our Travel Event

The idea of traveling alone is intimidating. All the decisions are yours to make. And so are the mistakes.

Recent Event: It’s Your Money Now

Thanks to all who braved the snow, the slush, the sleet, the driving rain! For those who missed this information-packed lunch at Douglas Winthrop Advisors LLC., here are a few takeaways: When it comes to taking charge of your money, there are no dumb questions. There are some things that women tend to do, says advisor

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

Giving Power back to Parents

The majority of couples who choose to settle their divorce outside of litigation – whether they do so

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

Thanks to Everyone Who attended our Panel on Divorce and Teens!

Some Takeaways from two adolescent therapists: We learned some new things and were reminded of important things we know

Missed Our Blended Families Event?

Katherine Eisold Miller, Esq.  Marty Blaustein, CPA/CFFA,and Lauren Behrman, Ph.D shared some frank and funny tales from their own life, as

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