On behalf of Cooper & Tanis, P.C. posted in divorce on Friday, May 27, 2016.
Divorce has not always been legal in every state, but things have changed greatly as ending a marriage is more convenient now and much more common. Discussing one’s divorce is no longer a taboo, and there are even unexpected businesses that make divorce easier that Colorado residents might not know about.
The crowdsourcing site called Funded Justice works similar to others, but this platform lets a couple raise funds for divorce. There are multiple divorce registries that allow an individual or a loved one to raise money for expenses like new belongings, legal fees or custody costs, and a group of people can even work together and pool cash donations. Some in the party planning industry have also expanded their niches to offer services to couples who wish to celebrate their divorce.
Divorces have many variables that influence the cost, but a divorce involving litigation could cost anywhere from $15,000 to $30,000 on average. This shows why fundraising for a divorce is necessary for many, and even divorce party planning could have a purpose. If ending a marriage is the best option for a couple, then treating divorce as a good thing might help a couple part ways amicably. Children often struggle after divorces when parents cannot get along and are not both involved in their lives, so parents finding ways to work together and embrace life after divorce may be best for their children.
Crowded courts often make proceedings drag on, but even those trying to settle outside of court face larger costs if they are not willing to communicate and compromise when forming a settlement agreement. Mediation or negotiation with a family law attorney could possibly help a couple reach a resolution.