Clients Need Legal Services But Not Necessarily Lawyers

Legal Mosaic CEO Mark Cohen names Hello Divorce as an example of a service that meets consumer challenges through new service delivery paradigms. “[Hello Divorce] provides self-help documents and access to attorneys online or by phone. The service is faster, more cost-effective, and predictable than retaining an attorney in “routine” divorces.”

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LAWsome Podcast: Legal Marketing in Splitsville

CEO Erin Levine appears on the LAWsome podcast to discuss the evolution of Hello Divorce and what it takes to create a platform that is useful and personal at the same time. “She didn’t just create an app… We find out [in the show] that she gets into these places where people are fearful, then they’re angry, then there’s contention. No amount of technology could help soothe that beast. But what could would be somebody who understood how to apply…

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Erin Levine named a 2019 ‘Woman of Legal Tech’

More than 100 nominations poured in for the 2019 Legal Technology Resource Center ‘Women of Legal Tech’ award. Hello Divorce CEO Erin Levine was one of 15 finalists named to the list. “The selection process was unbelievably challenging, but we rounded off the honorees to 100 by adding 15 phenomenal women this year. These women will be recognized on February 27th in Chicago at the Women of Legal Tech Summit.”

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Checklist: Questions to Ask a Potential Divorce Therapist or Coach

Interviewing a few therapists and/or divorce coaches in advance is an excellent investment of your time, and a terrific way to determine fit – which can be the most important factor in a therapy/coaching relationship. Not sure what to ask? Don’t worry – we’ve got you covered.   Download and print our Checklist: Questions to ask a potential divorce therapist or coach and take it to each interview.      

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2019: Notable tech innovations in U.S. Family Law

In this article, Hello Divorce is mentioned as one of 2019’s notable tech innovations disrupting family law. “So, how can tech disrupt the cycle of conflict that comes with separation, divorce and co-parenting to streamline the process in the U.S. Family Law system? Enter the Digital Disruptors.”

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New Year, New Laws: What You Need to Know About Divorce in 2019

If you’ve been weighing divorce and have decided that 2019 is the year you move to your next chapter, there are a few new laws you should know about before you file. Changes to Spousal Support When sweeping federal tax reform became law in late 2017, it included a big change to the way spousal support would be considered, beginning January 1, 2019. In the past, the spouse providing support would get a tax deduction for the payments, and the…

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Conscious Company Media: How Self-Love Helped This Startup Founder Build a Values-Driven Startup

In a guest article, Hello Divorce CEO Erin Levine shares how self-love helped her overcome a traumatic experience – and become a more authentic startup founder as a result. “I had to be brutally honest with myself before I could tell others of my story. Through a pause, I paid much more attention to my first thought and first experience with every interaction I had. I realized that I always protected, not engaged. That’s when I learned that the energy…

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Guest Blog by ‘Scary Mommy’ Founder Jill Smokler: So, Your Spouse is Gay.

It’s been a while. A year and a half, actually, since I announced the end of my marriage. Related: Q&A with Jill Smokler, Founder of ‘Scary Mommy,’ on Life After Divorce When the news came out, I was bombarded with messages from fellow gay spouses all around the world. The letters of support were easy to respond to, and so very much appreciated. The other letters, however – the ones seeking my advice – were an entirely different story. Barely functioning…

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Evolve The Law Podcast: Episode #120

In this episode Erin Levine founder and CEO of Hello Divorce talks with Ian Connett about divorce, “modern break ups,” wellness, and the role that legal tech can play to make personal upheaval more manageable. Ian starts by asking about the origin of Hello Divorce. Erin: “I had more and more millennial clients asking me for information, asking for a more collaborative legal experience and asking for something that didn’t necessarily ramp up the conflict between the parties but still…

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