Holiday Feature | "OM" For The Holidays

Written By Featured Guest Blogger (and our friend) Elizabeth Winkler, MA LMFT

The holidays can be very stressful.  From endless expectations to the pressure to buy presents, one can easily be overwhelmed. Add separation and divorce to this busy time of year and you have even more shuffling and stressors to deal with. At it’s over easy we provide a platform that puts the control in your hands.  The site also provides tools to help you navigate through divorce and some of life's ups and downs along the way.


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Holiday Feature | A Very Nesting Christmas

Written by Featured Guest Blogger (and our friend) Beth Behrendt frequent contributor to The New York Times, mom, researcher and dynamic story teller.

Like many families across the country, we’re getting ready for Christmas at our house.


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Co-Parenting During the Holidays

The holidays can be stressful times. For children of divorced or separated parents, the holidays can be even more difficult. However, despite these challenges, divorcing or separating spouses still have the opportunity to create a happy holiday season for their children while still maintaining their own sanity. In this post, we will discuss some common custody arrangements that will help families avoid the additional stress of the court system as well as provide tips on how to make the holiday season enjoyable for everyone. (See also our other post on having a happy Halloween during a...


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From The Desk of LAW | Avoiding Thanksgiving Brought Us Together

Written by it’s over easy Founder & Family Law Attorney Laura Wasser

Thanksgiving was never my favorite holiday -­‐ even before my parents got divorced. I don’t really like the food. The colors are – blah. And because all of our family lived within a 10-mile radius of our house, getting together for a holiday meal was not exactly a momentous event.   Then my parents split up, and I had to do it twice. Two turkey dinners; one at my mom’s and one at my dad’s. Both of them grumbling about either having to start early and drive my brother and me to the other's halfway through the meal or...


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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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