"I was 9 years old in a courtroom on the stand, when one of my parent's lawyers walked up to me and asked: If you were stranded on a desert island which parent would you choose to live with? It was then I knew the current divorce system was broken and have committed my life to fixing the problem."
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When it comes to understanding the complex legal documentation pertaining to your divorce, the process can be overwhelming. That’s why we’ve carefully selected a group of knowledgeable professionals who can help. Once you log in, you’ll be connected with a network of Wevorce-certified experts, all highly trained to provide answers to your most pressing divorce-related questions, such as:
Which states require a legal separation before granting a divorce?
You're certain you want to file for divorce, but you don't know where to start. This is a daunting place many couples find themselves in -- but there's help. Here are just a few things the Divorce Checklist will aid you in sorting out:
Setting an optimal outcome
Creating a financial plan and debt management plan
Tune in as Wevorce founder Michelle Crosby offers valuable insight into the divorce process, including how to achieve an optimal outcome when dissolving your marriage. Through professional guidance and first-hand accounts, you’ll gain clarity, peace of mind, and an understanding of:
What legal, financial, and emotional implications you can expect
How to better communicate with your spouse throughout your divorce
How Wevorce can help you plan your future with confidence and perspective
When filing for divorce, a couple needs continual support and advice tailored to their family’s unique situation. By logging in below, you can get professional help via our divorce hotline, where you can schedule a phone call or begin an online chat session. Our divorce experts are highly trained to provide answers to your toughest questions, such as:
My spouse/child doesn’t want us to divorce. What should I do?
How do I know if a divorce is the right solution?
My spouse is angry and/or uncooperative. How do I proceed?
While it’s impossible to fully prepare yourself for a divorce, this guide will help you understand and protect your personal rights. You may not yet know what you’re entitled to, what your spouse is entitled to, or how to defend your rights. This guide will help you determine:
How to protect your personal interests
Your mutual rights (and responsibilities) as divorce peacemakers
How to handle practical decisions related to co-parenting, mediation, and equitable settlements
Divorce isn’t easy, but you don’t have to go through it alone. Join our online community to connect with individuals just like you—people seeking support during a difficult time of transition. Sign up below and you’ll gain instant access to discussion boards where you can engage in such conversations as:
How to know if a marriage is worth saving
Ways to help children adjust to co-parenting arrangements
To protect your family’s future, it is critical that you discuss your divorce openly with your spouse. Honest communication is essential every step of the way, but especially as you begin the process. The following resource will help you: