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Cathy Davin | Davin Interiors

Paula Hopkins | Collaborative Law Practice

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Elizabeth S. Wilson | Social Worker

Tracy L. Zihmer | Estate Law

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Articles

Becoming a Mom Can Actually Help Your Career
A career and motherhood aren’t mutually exclusive. In fact, having kids can make women more successful.

Dear Working Mother, Stop Feeling So Guilty
Five key ways to embrace your short-falls as a mother (we all have them), and refocus your preciously finite energy on what truly matters.

Mistakes to Avoid When Selling Your Own Home
Wall Street Journal article explains why you need to price it correctly, make sure enough people know it’s for sale, understand what paperwork is required, and be able to negotiate with potential buyers.

The Secret to an Equal Marriage? Ask for What You Need
Sharon Meers, author of ‘Getting to 50/50,’ wasn’t so sure her future husband was ready to lean in to an equal relationship. So she wrote him a list of exactly what she needed.

The Shriver Report: Tips for Women When Buying a Home
When buying a home, there’s no need for love, marriage, or even the baby carriage. A woman can find happiness all by herself in her dream home surrounded by the white picket fence.

Surviving A Loss: Smart Steps for Coping with Widowhood
Hundreds of thousands of women are widowed in the United States each year. If you have recently lost your spouse, you may be confronting many changes in your daily life and need financial support and advice.

We Leaned Into Our Marriage
eBay CEO John Donahoe, and his wife, Eileen, the U.S. Ambassador to the UN Human Rights Council, on the 5 things that make their partnership work.

Why My Divorce Was Empowering
Deborah Moskovitch chronicles how her engagement ring changed from a symbol of love for a couple to love for her self.