Learn about divorce and mediation.

Divorce represents a major life transition that will impact every facet of your life.

With so much at stake, it's natural to feel overwhelmed and unsure of where to even begin.

Whether you're considering divorce, or you've already taken the first few steps, here are some resources to help you gain insight and understanding of divorce and divorce mediation.

So you can begin mapping out your path forward feeling educated and prepared to make informed decisions that are right for you and your family.

 

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Considering Divorce

What You’ll Learn:

Ending a marriage is never easy. Learn the questions to ask, and signs to look for, before you make this life-altering decision.

Decided to Divorce

What You’ll Learn:

Whether you’re initiator, the recipient, or you and your spouse decided together, learn how to increase your chances of an amicable divorce as there is a right way and a wrong way to move forward.


 

Preparing for Divorce

What You’ll Learn:

Once you’ve decided to divorce, it’s time to prepare. Learn what you need to do in this critically important, yet often overlooked, stage of the divorce process.

Divorce Mediation

What You’ll Learn:

Learn about divorce mediation, including how it works, the role of the mediator, and how it compares to other divorce methods such as collaborative law, or traditional attorney-driven divorce.

Divorce Issues

What You’ll Learn:

There are a lot of decisions that must be made in order to have a comprehensive divorce agreement. Learn what you need to know about parenting plans, child support, alimony, and property division before you enter your divorce negotiations.

Situational Complexities

What You’ll Learn:

The duration and situation of a marriage will have a significant impact on how a couple's divorce unfolds. Learn critical watch-outs and pitfalls to avoid, based on your unique situational complexities.

State-Specific Guides

What You’ll Learn:

Issues such as child support, alimony, and property division are handled in different ways, depending on the state in which the divorce is taking place. Learn how these topics work in the states we practice in.