Written By it's over easy Founder & C.E.O., Laura A. Wasser, Esq.
Written by Beth Penn, Author of The Little Book of Tidying & Founder of the declutter service Bneato Bar
I have been helping clients sort, process and organize their belongings for over ten years, but I I’ve been drawn to this kind of work since I was a child. When I was little, I would maximize my closet space and repurpose it as a bedroom for my stuffed animals. Married and divorced parents caught on to my love of keeping spaces tidy and kept me as one of the busiest babysitters in the neighborhood since I also tidied once the kids went to bed. What started as something I truly enjoyed...
Written by Dr. Danielle Delaney, ThD, DD
Isn’t it interesting that as a society, we collectively lament that we “don’t have time” for all of our responsibilities, while simultaneously complaining that we need to change our habits and find time for self-care?
#AskALawyer is a new series written by lawyers exclusively for it's over easy. This is the first installment of the series, and is written by a California Family Law Attorney. In this article, she answers the question couples often have (or should have) before they move in together when they're not married.
The one time when you and your spouse ought to be completely united, physically and conceptually, is when telling your kids about your impending divorce. Even feuding spouses should come together at this time to achieve a united front, even if only temporary. Sending disparate messages to your children at this time can be downright damaging to them.