Divorce is hard. If you are facing separation or divorce, you may be overwhelmed with all the legal, financial, emotional, and practical aspects of the process. You are being asked to make decisions that will affect the rest of your life at one of the absolute worst times in your life: the only things more stressful than divorce is the death of a spouse or a child.
We understand. We created Divorce Magazine in 1996 because we could not find any practical, down-to-earth advice and support as we experienced divorce, remarriage, and creating successful stepfamilies. We had questions – so many questions! – and we figured hundreds of thousands of other people had some of the same questions as us, including:
- Why did this happen to me?
- Am I going to be OK?
- Are my kids going to be OK?
- Who will get custody of our children?
- How can a be a good parent – and maintain our bond – if my children aren’t living with me?
- How do I find the right lawyer/financial expert/divorce coach/child psychologist?
- Will I have to pay/receive spousal support? How much, and for how long?
- Am I going to go broke?
- Where will I live?
- How will we divide our property?
- Will I ever be happy again?
- Will I be alone for the rest of my life?
This represents a fraction of the uncertainty, sadness, and even fears we experienced when starting down the life-changing road to divorce.
Just as every marriage is unique in its own way, every divorce is unique, too. However, there are enough common factors for you to be able to find something in the pages of Divorce Magazine or on this website that encourages and educates, informs and inspires you to get through the process with your emotions, finances, and self-respect in good shape.
Enter Divorce Magazine: the First and Still the Best Resource for Separated and Divorced Individuals
Divorce Magazine’s mission is to have divorce be civilized, amicable, and transformational by providing expert advice, quality information, and community support – free to those who are considering divorce, separated from their spouses, or already divorced. Launched in 1996, Divorce Magazine was the first and is still the only publication of its kind. More than two decades later, we are still the authoritative voice on divorce: both online and offline. Published twice a year, this quality magazine is full of helpful divorce-related articles and expert advice – from legal to financial, emotional to physical, parenting to children’s issues. There is a local edition of the digital magazine for every U.S. state and Canadian province.
About DivorceMag.com: 7,000+ Pages of Information and Advice by Divorce Professionals, Podcasts, Videos, and the #1 Divorce Blog on the Internet!
Launched simultaneously with Divorce Magazine, www.DivorceMag.com was one of the first magazine websites in the world. From 20 pages in 1996, DivorceMag.com has grown to 7,000+ pages of useful articles, FAQs, divorce blog posts (ranked as the #1 Divorce Blog on the Internet for the past three consecutive years!), videos, podcasts, and a directory of family lawyers and divorce professionals for separated and divorced individuals. While there are many divorce-related websites, few have as much content from a diverse group of divorce professionals as this website.
Divorce Magazine and DivorceMag.com are both published by Segue Esprit Inc., which operates as Divorce Marketing Group.
About Divorce Magazine‘s Owners, Founders, and Mission
Dan Couvrette and Martha Chan are the husband-and-wife team owners of Divorce Magazine. Dan has been a publisher for more than 40 years and Martha has been a marketing professional for more than 40 years. Martha has been a stepmom since she and Dan married in 1997; recently, the pair welcomed their first grandchild.
Dan started Divorce Magazine with Editorial Director Diana Shepherd after his separation from his first wife. A Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® with more than 30 years of experience as a writer/editor, Diana became a stepmother of three young children when she married a divorced man in 1998; the couple has since divorced, but they remain on friendly terms.
We know first-hand that when a relationship breaks down, we have to find ways to make intelligent choices during a highly emotional time.
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