If you are facing a marital split or currently in the process of a split and have children, this evening is for you.

You’ve heard people talking about the fact that divorce ends marriages, but doesn’t end families. But how exactly, will you and your ex make the transition from romantic partners to parenting partners? How do navigate a new business like relationship if there has been pain, anger or betrayal in the split? 

Joint custody is the new normal.

Regardless of what you think of your ex or soon-to-be-ex, the jury seems to be in on this: kids do best when they have a ‘real’ relationship with two parents who love them. That means that unless there there are issues of abuse or criminal neglect, joint custody is likely where you are, or where you’re headed.

So you might as well make it work, right?

Join UNtied for an evening all about navigating the co-parenting.

January 23rd, 6:30 PM

Willow Place

To attend in Brooklyn Heights:


$45, wine & light bites provided. Members may use code to attend for free.

To attend via livestream:


*livestream begins at 7 PM

$20. Members may use code to stream for free.

Amanda Wiss launched Urban Clarity in 2007, intent to help others organize themselves into happier, more successful lives. Amanda has grown Urban Clarity to a dynamic team of professional organizers, all talented, empathetic, and highly effective. In 2012, Urban Clarity was honored by the White House Business Council as a small business success story. Urban Clarity and Amanda have been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Real Simple, RachaelRay.com, Woman’s Day, Parents, A Child Grows in Brooklyn and O Magazine. Amanda leads in-person workshops on time management, organization, and stress reduction. She served for many years on the Board of the New York Wellesley Club, where she organized alumni programs and led the book club. Originally from Maplewood, NJ, Amanda lives in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, with her husband and two daughters.

Ariadne Calvo-Platero is a family therapist and consultant, and licensed social worker having earned her MSW from Hunter College School of Social Work with a concentration in children, youth and families. Ariadne trained in both an early childhood setting and the Juilliard School. She received her specialized training in family therapy at the Ackerman Institute for the Family, working with couples and families in crisis. As a result of Ariadne’s work with families faced with challenges, she has experienced first-hand the transformative effects of a collaborative and supportive team approach and the importance of focusing on a family’s dynamics. She is a founding partner of Family Central Consultants.