The Art of Turning FOMO into JOMO

Written by Dr. Danielle Delaney, Th.D

FOMO. We’ve all had it. Even if you've never heard of the acronym, the feeling or better yet, the fear, is almost unavoidable in modern society.  Fear Of Missing Out (FOMO) is all too real, and has only been made worse with the domination of social media in our everyday lives. Scrolling through the beautifully edited photos on our Instagram and Facebook feeds of our friends on vacation, at parties, and eating fancy meals has fueled FOMO to an unhealthy extent. 

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How to Deal with Student Loan Debt After a Divorce

Written by C.P.A. & Financial Expert Ginita Wall, Co-founder of and originator of the acclaimed Second Saturday program (“What Women Need to Know About Divorce”)

Do you have student loan debt? You are not alone. According to The Institute for College Access & Success, nearly 70% of students graduate college with more than just a diploma. They also leave college with a hefty amount of debt. The average loan burden is $28,950 per student, and that number jumps dramatically for grad students. 

If you are seeking a divorce, those student loan payments will likely become a lot more...

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The Evolution of Dissolution

Written by Laura A. Wasser, Esq.

How the online divorce platform It’s Over Easy is changing the perception of divorce.

I’m Laura Wasser, attorney, author, and founder of the online divorce platform, It’s Over Easy. I’m also the proud parent of two awesome kids.  Their dads and I share custody, and so far, we all feel that we are doing pretty well.

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Connecticut Premarital Agreements

Written by Connecticut Family Law Attorney Jocelyn B. Hurwitz

In Connecticut and many other states, people getting married have the ability to prepare for divorce even before they walk down the aisle. The concept might sound a bit pessimistic, but it’s actually a responsible measure to take and a helpful precaution. 

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What Is a Divorce Decree?

Written by Associate Attorney Sarah M. Luetto

Okay. So you’ve filed for divorce, exchanged financial disclosures, and figured out the basic terms you and your spouse have agreed upon. What comes next? The divorce decree! The divorce decree is a written document that details the terms that you and your spouse have agreed upon. 

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