Do It Yourself Divorce & Finalizing "The Divorce Decree"

By choosing a "do it yourself divorce" you've saved money but you're not done yet.  You’ve gone through the process, completed your financial disclosures, agreed on the terms of your divorce, and submitted your initial paperwork to the court. What now? Now it's time to put your deal in writing! 


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Social Media and Divorce: 5 Reasons Social Media is Not Your Friend

Written by Divorce/Break-up Coach Prudence Henschke

I love my phone as much as the next person.  I need it close by to keep an eye out for important “work” emails; to capture the special moments in my children’s lives; to take urgent calls from family members, or is that what I tell myself?


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Divorce Coach Confessions: Should I Stay or Should I Go?

Written by Cherie Morris, JD, Parent Coordinator and Divorce Coach

Do you wonder, more than occasionally, whether you should stay in your marriage or file for a divorce?


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Infographic: Traditional Divorce vs Online

Divorce isn’t fun for anyone, and lawyers don’t exactly turn a difficult situation into a non-stop party.


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it's over easy Featured in Buzzy New Summer Read!

You can read every divorce self-help book and divorce finance article about the how-tos and don’t dos of this process, but sometimes you also need a story you can relate to. it’s over easy is excited to announce that its services are featured in a buzzy new beach read from debut author Laura Holtz entitled Warm Transfer.


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