Terms of Use

Wevorce, Inc. provides an online portal to give visitors information about divorce, a general understanding of the unique approach to divorce that is supported by Wevorce Applications and Services, and to provide an automated software solution to individuals and their legal counsel who choose to conduct their divorce proceedings using this unique approach (the “Wevorce Approach”).

The Site includes general information on commonly encountered issues (both legal and otherwise) for families going through divorce. Because the law changes rapidly, Wevorce cannot guarantee that all of the information on the Site or Applications is completely current. The law is different from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, and may be subject to interpretation by different courts. Involvement with law and the legal system is a personal matter, and no general information or technological tool like the kind Wevorce provides can fit every circumstance. Please be aware, the legal information contained on the Site and Applications is not legal advice and is not guaranteed to be correct, complete or up-to-date. Therefore, for legal advice for your specific situation, you should consult a licensed attorney in your area.

The Wevorce Site, Applications, and Services are not intended to create any attorney-client relationship, and your use of the Wevorce Site, Applications, Services, and/or Approach does not and will not create an attorney-client relationship between you and Wevorce.

From time to time, Wevorce, Inc. may provide certain attorney access services and introduce our visitors to attorneys through various methods, including but not limited to providing contact information between attorney(s) and visitor(s) who express an interest in exploring the Wevorce Approach. At no time is an attorney-client relationship fostered or created with Wevorce, Inc. through the performance of any such services.