Social Security and Grey Divorce

Social Security and Grey Divorce

If you are divorcing and your marriage lasted ten years or longer, this blog is for you; If you are a virtual voyeur, this blog also might be for you.  There’s a trend in blogs and articles now to cover a topic known now as the “grey...

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Let Them Eat Cake!

Let Them Eat Cake!

I’m pretty sure Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry from The Great British Baking Show would have plenty to say about the new bakes trending at divorce parties. Yes, divorce parties. It sounds pretty gauche to hold a party celebrating the end of...

Divorce Checklist

Divorce Checklist

You decided to file for divorce. This decision might possibly rank as the scariest, bravest action you have ever taken. You probably feel relieved and guilty all at once. If you have children, you battled your decision until you knew it was the...

From Summer to School

From Summer to School

Plenty of blogs open with quotes. We’ve got one by Robert Frost: “Nothing gold can stay.” See how classy that is? No wonder people open essays with poetry. The reason why it works here is because it resonates; it meets us on...

Divorce and Your Finances

Divorce and Your Finances

We recently discussed taxes on our blog, but after reviewing the last few years of blogging, we noticed a severe lack in discussions of finances and divorce. Whoops. That’s kind of a big deal. Let’s rectify this situation, shall we? There can be...

Orlando, Tuscany, and The Irishman

Orlando, Tuscany, and The Irishman

This past week I traveled to Orlando for work. After a contentious court hearing, and rude opposing counsel, I wearily made my way to Orlando International for my flight home. I arrived a couple of hours early to try to get an earlier flight...