Resources for Family Lawyers’ Clients
Now in its 20th year, DivorceMagazine.com is still the authoritative online voice on divorce, offering more than 4,000 pages of content devoted to helping people who are thinking about getting a divorce, separated, or recently divorced. DivorceMagazine.com offers more than 4,000 pages of must-read FAQs and articles, as well as a blog with posts written by divorce professionals as well as separated and divorced individuals. It also has a directory of divorce professionals by state/province, and it offers free downloads of Divorce Magazine as well as free subscriptions to their monthly divorce enewsletter.
DivorcedMoms.com is the premier online community for divorced moms to share experiences, support each other, and find expert advice. The website provides great information about all topics relating to divorce – including expert advice on how to manage the process. Featuring top divorce experts and bloggers, DivorcedMoms.com is a special place for women facing the prospect, in the midst of, or rebuilding their lives after divorce. Whether they are in their 20s with an infant or in their 50s with grown children, there’s something for everyone at DivorcedMoms.
The only social network out there with the sole purpose of bringing married, separated, and recently single people together to share their experiences and ultimately inspire and support one another. A place where divorce professionals can be found taking part in discussions and sharing their own answers to difficult questions.
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A community dedicated to inspiring and empowering women, during and after divorce. Like this page to become part of this divorce community on Facebook.
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A friendly community of moms who understand the challenges of divorce.
Comprehensive Resource for the Interpretation and Application of Child Support Guidelines in the United States.
Canada Revenue Agency (CRA)
The CRA administers tax laws for the Government of Canada and for most provinces and territories.
Information about Collaborative Solutions for divorce, dissolution, and separation.
FAQs about Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (QDROs).
Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
The IRS is the USA’s tax collection agency and administers the Internal Revenue Code.