Women’s Health: 12 Of The Most Common Reasons For Divorce, According To The Experts

Founder Erin Levine speaks with Women’s Health about the top reasons people seek divorce. “People in long-term marriages are generally not just walking out on their marriages for the heck of it,” Levine says. “These are people who tried to save their marriages for years and years, and it just didn’t work out.” – Erin Levine Read More

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BuzzFeed News: How To Plague: How Can I Stop Feeling Angry At Everyone?

In this BuzzFeed article, Hello Divorce CEO Erin Levine offers advice to co-parents navigating their way through coronavirus. There’s a legal answer and a mama bear answer (“mama” for purposes of this = gender-neutral). The legal answer is that parents that live near each other should probably continue to exchange their kids. At least that’s what most government websites are saying. The mama bear answer is go with your gut. Check yourself — are you trying to keep your ex…

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HuffPost: How To Co-Parent During The Coronavirus Pandemic

HuffPost interviews Hello Divorce CEO Erin Levine for a piece about co-parenting during coronavirus/COVID-19. “My biggest piece of advice is to be honest, and be especially thoughtful about tone when having difficult discussions with your ex,” Levine said. “We’re all struggling. We’re all trying to do the best we can right now. The more transparent and empathetic you can be right now, the better for everyone.” Read More

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Bay Area Parent: Co-Parenting While Sheltering in Place

In an interview with Bay Area Parent, Hello Divorce CEO Erin Levine shares tips on coparenting during stay-at-home orders throughout California. When people are fearful, tired or scared, or whatever heightened emotion they are feeling, it can really impact how we communicate. The important thing is to shield our kids from conflict. Kids are resilient when it comes to divorce or separation – except when they are exposed to conflict over an extended period of time. Read More

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The Single Dad’s Guide to Life: Coronavirus and Divorce: a Q&A with Erin Levine

Hello Divorce CEO Erin Levine shares advice for navigating divorce during the COVID-19/coronavirus crisis. “When Hello Divorce approached me about articles written by Erin Levine, it made me curious.  And when I read about how to handle the Covid-19 situation for single parents, it spoke to me.  I have been given permission to put the whole article on the website.  And while it was tempting, I’m not trying to steal anyone’s thunder.  I just felt like this was information that other parents could…

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Episode 12: How to Navigate Divorce & Co-Parenting During the COVID-19 Pandemic

In This Episode, CEO Erin Levine Discusses: Court closures, emergency requests and what constitutes as an “emergency” in a co-parenting situation. What statewide “stay at home” orders mean for custody exchanges. How to update co-parenting agreements when the courts are closed. Why moving forward with your divorce, even now, is still in your best interest. How to find the right lawyer who can successfully use technology to help you with your case.    Actionable Steps You Can Take Right…

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Above the Law: Reach Out, Make a Connection

Hello Divorce and CEO Erin Levine are recognized for smart, helpful communication around coronavirus in this article in Above the Law: Take Bay Area family lawyer Erin Levine, founder of Hello Divorce. After getting more than 50 questions about how the pandemic could impact divorce proceedings, she produced a helpful Q&A for her clients and, undoubtedly, many others looking for guidance. In her piece, “Will Coronavirus Affect My Divorce?” Levine covers court dates and possible closings, co-parenting decisions, and child…

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Episode 11: Why You Should Stop Delaying Your Divorce and Get on With It Already

We’ve been separated for a while. How do we move forward? In This Episode, CEO Erin Levine Discusses: How to move from separation to divorce. The ways in which the stress of being stuck in transition can impact your physical health. Why it makes sense to move forward now –  for financial reasons, legal reasons, and emotionally, too. The risk to your current and future credit and finances if your ex is still tied to joint credit card or other…

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You can still get a divorce, even with court closures. Here’s how.
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