Links to Divorce Resources

COMPARISON OF DIVORCE OPTIONS

  • A slide show comparing divorce options, click HERE
  • An article about cost of litigated divorce, click HERE

COLLABORATIVE DIVORCE

  • My article about collaborative divorce, click HERE
  • Link to International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP), click HERE

MEDIATED DIVORCE

  • My short list, Advantages of Mediation, click HERE
  • My longer article about Mediation, click HERE
  • A video explaining about mediated divorce, click HERE
  • Divorce mediation checklist for issues and documents you will need, click HERE
  • Search for articles about divorce mediation on the excellent site Mediate.com, click HERE
  • Link to resources on web site of Association of Conflict Resolution (ACR), click HERE

PARENTING ISSUES AFTER DIVORCE

  • Brochure about co-parenting after divorce, click HERE
  • Two articles about effect of high conflict divorce on children, click HERE or HERE
  • Internet resource for helping parents work together to develop a parenting plan:  UpToParents
  • Sixty-eight page resource for developing a parenting plan, published by State of Arizona, click HERE
  • Scheduling "wizard" for coordination of parenting issues such as schedules, school records, medical records, etc., click HERE

GENERAL DIVORCE RESOURCES

  • IRS Publication 504, guide to taxes for divorcing parties, click HERE
  • Documents you will need to change after divorce, click HERE
  • Do-It-Yourself Divorce: South Carolina forms for self represented litigants, click HERE

RESOURCES FOR SOUTH CAROLINA CLIENTS


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