Co-parenting with an Asshole – Or Someone Who Does Things Much Differently Than You

Written by it's over easy Founder & C.E.O. Laura Wasser, Esq. 


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Planning for Education Expenses During Your Divorce

Planning for certain expenses during the divorce process, including education expenses, can make a big difference for you and your spouse. Specifically, getting down to the nitty gritty when it comes to finances during your divorce leaves you and your spouse better able to seek stability and success If you have children — or if one of you is planning to return to school following the divorce — you might want to engage in detailed discussions and agreements about how educational expenses will be handled in the future.


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Dissolution of Marriage Can Improve Parenting

Here are 5 ways to be a better parent after a divorce!

Whether it’s been a few months or a few years since you and your spouse made the choice for dissolution of marriage, maintaining a healthy relationship with your children post-divorce is probably on your mind. While it can be tough to stay active and involved if you're not seeing your children every day (or if you're suddenly spinning way more plates in the role of single parent), it is possible to create and cultivate meaningful, positive relationships after a dissolution of marriage, and these five tips can get you started.


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Divorce Advice For Co-Parents Who Want A Happy Halloween

Who is taking the kids trick-or-treating this Halloween? Whether you're divorced or married, not every parent is equipped to parade through festively frightening streets and imbue candy seeking with excitement. Whether you all love Halloween and went trick-or-treating as a family or you assigned the task with a game of rock-paper-scissors, here’s some divorce advice you can use this October. We’ll keep this article up here so you can use the suggestions for other holidays, too!


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What You Need to Know About Protecting Your Credit During a Divorce

Money matters are often noted as being a cause of marital woes, but financial issues can continue to weigh you down during and after divorce if you don't know what steps to take. It's no secret that divorce can be hard on the credit score, and it brings with it a change in expenses and income that can be difficult to overcome. According to Credit Donkey, 15 percent of couples choose to remain separated but legally married long-term — 10 years or more — because of money concerns.


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