A lot of people see our Friendly Divorce Guidebook and laugh. How could there be such a thing as a friendly divorce they ask? Well, there is and it’s becoming more common today than you might think. Divorce is an incredibly difficult time in a person’s life, but there are ways to get through it amicably and more people today are able to go that route. A recent blog post by Margaret Klaw, featured in the Huffington Post, discusses how the culture of divorce is shifting in tune with the times. There are more divorces happening today that do not leave all parties completely traumatized. The interest of the children is the principal concern and couples see the benefit of remaining friends.
Read the full article to find out if you’re headed in that direction. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/margaret-klaw/the-good-divorce
If you are, then you will find that our “Friendly Divorce Guidebook” gives a separating couple all the tools to sort things out fairly while remaining friendly. The book addresses everything from taking care of yourself, to splitting assets and debts, to telling your children about the separation, to dealing with taxes, filling out divorce forms and how to file.