Divorce Online 101 - Listing Your Assets & Debts

We get it: Putting a monetary value on your life sucks, but it’s a necessary part of divorce online, and divorce in general. With that said, it doesn't have to be as painful as pulling teeth. In fact, when you and your spouse work together on your uncontested divorce online via the data-entry tools on It's Over Easy, you spend less time worrying about what items need to be reported and more time communicating about things that really matter to you.


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A Complete Guide to Professionals You Might Need Before, After or During Divorce

A divorce is a major change in your life, and it can affect everything from how you manage your schedule to who you call if your car breaks down. Many people don’t consider all the little changes that a divorce might cause, which can increase stress during and after divorce as you seek to move forward with life. One thing you can do to help smooth the way and decrease stress is work with the right professionals across multiple areas of your life.


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7 Questions to Answer Before Getting a Divorce Without a Lawyer

Living in a marriage that's gradually running out of steam can be very difficult. Sooner or later, it will occur to one of the spouses that anything, even divorce, would be better than to continue as things are. This is a hard mental hurdle to jump over, especially if you cherish your married identity or have children from the marriage, but once you've crossed the threshold and made the decision, it's time to make some serious choices that will affect how things go. Divorce without a lawyer is most people's goal when they start the process, and with any luck, the immense resource drain of...


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Top Ten Tips for Getting Divorced

When will the stress stop? When will my life be normal again? And, by the way, what is normal now? Is there a new normal?


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Moving Away During and After a Divorce

Two things Americans do a lot is divorce and move. Matters can get complicated when you want to do both at the same time, especially if there are children involved. Rules for moving during and after a divorce vary by state, but they're similar enough to paint a broad picture. If you want to make a change that will affect your pending court case or seriously change your children's living situation, it's a good idea to consult expert legal help to discuss your specific circumstances.


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