Should It Be Harder To Get Divorced, Or Harder To Get Married?

Posted Posted in Divorce Procedure, General Divorce, Peace Plan Divorce, Uncategorized

There have been headlines circulating in recent years regarding states desiring to make it harder to get divorced. Some states are considering laws which eliminate no-fault divorce, while others are considering waiting periods of up to 2 years. While I understand the intent is to keep couples together in order to benefit society, I wonder […]

How To Divorce Like A Grown-Up (And Co-Parent Like One, Too)

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The Huffington post recently published “How To Divorce Like A Grown-Up (And Co-Parent Like One, Too),” a  compilation of smart advice from divorce and co-parenting experts. The divorce process can be ugly or remarkably civil. If you’re hoping to split up amicably, it’s important to first do your homework, advised Morghan Richardson, a divorce attorney based […]

Tell your friends to check out Peace Plan Divorce: The Affordable, Fair, & Fast Divorce.

Posted Posted in General Divorce, Peace Plan Divorce, Representing Yourself in Divorce, Uncategorized

Chances are, you’ll know somebody this year who is facing divorce. Will you do them a favor, and let them know there’s an alternative to the expensive and adversarial process? Peace Plan Divorce offers an affordable, fair, & fast divorce. Affordable,  because a couple can get divorced for as little as $750 plus filing fees. That’s […]

3 Reasons To Mediate Your Divorce Instead Of Going To Court.

Posted Posted in Attorneys & Divorce, Divorce Mediation, Peace Plan Divorce, Representing Yourself in Divorce, Uncategorized

It’s often a knee-jerk reaction to hire an attorney and prepare for a court battle where divorce is concerned. Before you give your lawyer enough money to buy a BMW, consider a path that will keep you out of the courtroom. Here are 3 reasons to mediate your divorce instead of going to court: 1. Power […]

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Divorce Is An Ugly Word.

Posted Posted in Attorneys & Divorce, Divorce Mediation, Divorce Procedure, General Divorce, Money & Divorce, Parenting & Divorce, Peace Plan Divorce, Representing Yourself in Divorce, Uncategorized

I’ll be the first to admit it. Divorce is an ugly word. But that doesn’t mean your divorce has to be ugly. Even if there are children and significant assets involved, two reasonable people working with Peace Plan Divorce can have a quiet and graceful conclusion to their marriage. If you’ve determined that divorce is the […]

3 Important College Funding Questions to Answer During a Divorce

Posted Posted in Life After Divorce, Money & Divorce, Parenting & Divorce

In ideal situations, parents begin saving for their child’s college education shortly after birth, leveraging their combined incomes to create a united front against ever-increasing tuition hikes. But even though divorces have been on the decline for decades, a significant percentage of marriages in the U.S. will fail.​ And in those cases, what was once a collective […]