WE'VE GOT YOUR BACK
No matter where you are in the cycle of divorce.
REAL LIFE & LIVE-STREAM PANELS + WORKSHOPS + SOCIAL GATHERINGS
We help women to feel empowered as they transition from married to re-singled, and provide tools and resources to build great new lives.
Livestream & Online Forums
This isn’t your typical support group
Developed by founder Elise Pettus as the resource she wished she had when she divorced, UNtied has become a trusted sisterhood, where women can go for support, wisdom and resources on almost any topic related to divorce.
A community of almost 2,000 women, beginning in the New York City and Tri-State community and branching out via livestream offerings across the United States, UNtied offers a nurturing, upbeat community, meaningful education, and access to the best experts.
from our members
“At a moment when I was in complete shock, stunned and had absolutely no idea how to proceed, it was enormously comforting and helpful to have a group of brilliant women to turn to, each of whom had suggestions, and stories. Knowing you are not alone is big!”
“I got my lawyer through UNtied! I was totally clueless about collaborative divorce before going to one of your panels. UNtied saved me a lot of time, pain and money. Eternally grateful!”
“You have given so many of us the tools we need to stand on our own. Thank you!”
“Thank you for creating a safe space for women in the different stages of divorce to share, support, and learn from each other. For many of us, there is no community to turn to for support. Of course, our friends and loved ones reach out to comfort us, but connecting with others going through similar experiences is invaluable.”
I am one of those children of divorce who grew up only to get divorced myself. It is the typical sad story. But then why am I so happy? My parents divorced when I was five. I don’t recall much, other than a hazy impression of my mother arguing with my father while...
Sometimes, the oddest things can get you through The first weeks after our decision to separate, I walked around in a stunned, anxious limbo. I moved through the necessary parts of each day-getting kids to school, buying groceries, visiting the doctor, the lawyer,...
Growing up I was always figuring out ways to save my allowance and have my parents pay for items that ‘should be covered’ by someone other than me. I became a master at saving up for that ‘rainy day’ watching my money grow little by little. When I was finally on my...