Divorce Planning Resources

No matter what state you live in, if you're planning for divorce, you've come to the right place!

Below is a collection of useful online courses and resources to help you better prepare for and successfully navigate through what will undoubtedly be one of the single-most significant and stressful events of your life.


How to Prepare for (a Peaceful) Divorce:

A Clear Step-by-Step Plan for How to Prepare for Divorce Financially, Emotionally & Tactically

This self-paced, online program is designed to not only teach you what steps to take to prepare for your divorce before it gets underway, but how to keep your divorce as peaceful as possible from start-to-finish.

And it will give you the knowledge, tools, and support you need to navigate this difficult life event with confidence, skill and power.

Don't just "hope" your divorce will be peaceful.

Learn what you need to do to make it a reality!

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Learn the Skills to Help You Master the Most Difficult Negotiation of Your Life: Your Divorce.

While it may seem that some people are natural-born negotiators, the reality is negotiation is a skill that is learned!

This online, self-paced program will teach you the right way to negotiate in a divorce.

You'll also learn the elements that make up a comprehensive divorce agreement, the issues and challenges divorcing couples often face, and negotiation options that can be used to reach a mutually agreeable outcome.

This way, you can work more effectively with your spouse and/or chosen divorce professional, streamline your divorce negotiations, and reach a fair and equitable agreement - in a fraction of the time, and at a fraction of the cost.

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Whitepaper: Divorce in 2024

The Challenges of Ending a Marriage in a Time of Economic Uncertainty

Soaring inflation, staffing shortages, skyrocketing housing prices, supply-chain issues, and mortgage rates more than doubling in a six-month period, made the past few years a period many of us would rather forget.

But unfortunately, the outlook for 2024 doesn’t seem much better.

Continuing inflation, coupled with a softening stock and housing market, elevated interest rates, and the possibility of widespread layoffs, will likely make 2024 just as turbulent as the years before it. And while the pandemic caused many couples to pause their plans to divorce, economic uncertainty may once again make them think they’ll need to remain unhappily together.

We believe however, if negotiated properly, couples can divorce in a time of economic uncertainty, while minimizing the impact the current economic conditions have on both their short and long-term outlooks.

Learn four challenges divorcing couples will face in 2024, and our thoughts on how they can be overcome.

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The choices you make before you start your divorce are critical!

But you can only make smart choices if you take the time to prepare and get educated first!