After my divorce, I went on a rampage to reduce my monthly living expenses... read on to see how you can play the divorce card and take back control...
When you are divorced, family events, like a graduation, can be a stressful time for everyone involved. Will my parents get along or will they make a scene? Will they sit together or on opposite sides of the auditorium? Who will be in the 'family' photo? Will we all be able to go out for … Continue reading My #Divorce – How I Survived College Graduation with My Ex
This is the second part of my previous blog post, Part 1. The suspense must be killing you...what did I do - buy, sell, rent or continue to live in the home? Our final Separation Agreement, known in Massachusetts as the Judgement Absolute, stated that we were to sell the marital home by a date … Continue reading My Divorce – How I Handled The Marital Home – Part 2
The best way to write an article about something, is to actually experience what you are writing about. I firmly believe that one cannot possibly understand what it is like to go through a divorce, unless you have experienced it yourself. This is true about all major life events that we experience throughout our lives. So, when … Continue reading My Divorce – How I Handled the Marital Home, Part 1
Six years ago today, my ex-husband married his girlfriend, less than a year after our divorce was final in the Massachusetts courts. That was a difficult New Year's Eve to say the least! It was even more difficult and heart-wrenching to say good bye to my two girls as they traveled down to Florida for the … Continue reading A New Year – A Brand New Life