SO, WHERE ARE YOU?

Considering Divorce?

• Hiring a Lawyer
• Telling the Kids
• Separating Finances
• Mediating vs. Litigating
• Knowing your Money
• Moving Out/Staying Home
• Building your Credit

 

In the Thick of it?

• Coping with Grief
• Selling your Home
• Getting Back to Work
• Co-parenting
• Staying Healthy
• Getting Past Anger
• Sharing Custody

 

Rebuilding your Life?

• Sex & Dating
• Solo Travel
• Blending Families
• Remarriage & Money
• Beauty & Style
• Changing Careers
• Paying for College

 

WE CAN HELP!
UPCOMING EVENTS
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Splitting w/ Young Kids,
April 11

What are some of the issues that come up for kids at different stages of development? What are some of the central considerations regarding shared custody of small kids that every parent needs to know? What does “best interests of the child” mean for a 4 year old and who decides?

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Grief & Gratitude,
April 14

In this workshop, we will meet each other right where we are.Through writing, contemplation, and bearing witness, we’ll explore ideas of grief and anger, despair and forgiveness, freedom and gratitude. We’ll clear out what needs clearing out, in order that we might be sufficiently prepared to welcome what’s longing to come to us next.

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Aging Gracefully,
May 9

Today’s financial planners base their advice to women on the premise that they will live to 100. That’s 20 years longer than our mothers’ life expentancy. But what good is a long life if we aren’t enjoying it? Come to an Informative and Inspiring Night on Women and Aging.

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Write Your Story,
May 11-13

The value of grappling with our narrative can give us heaps of insight and agency.  Hearing the stories of others’ widens our perspective and helps us see what we have in common. Sharing our stories with others deepens our connections and builds community that can buoy us now and into the future.

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FEATURED CONTENT
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On Arrival

Post marital life is a little bit like arriving by train or bus in a new city for the first time. It can be dispiriting, even shocking on your first glance. But you know you came here for a reason. In the strange city, you buck yourself up, grab your suitcase and push on. You start by taking out your map (discreetly if need be) or asking the most benign looking stranger for directions.

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Featured Expert: Kathy Braddock

Kathy Braddock and business partner Paul Purcell are two veteran realtors with successful careers spanning 30 years each at some of the city’s most venerated firms – they tell us why hiring the wrong broker could be the most expensive mistake you make.

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HEAR WHAT OUR MEMBERS SAY
We asked some of our members to describe their experience of divorce, and what helped them through it. Check out what they have to say.

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