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Lawyer’s Favorite: No More Attorneys Involved? The Real Deal with Do-It-Yourself Divorce Apps

In an article about the rise of divorce apps, Lawyer’s Favorite mentions Hello Divorce as a path toward a more affordable divorce. “Hello Divorce, for example, started in 2017 as part of a law firm, two years later, it has evolved into a nonlaw corporation that provides a lot of legal help. There’s an average fee of $1,500, and 90 percent of those who paid completed the process through the app. The figure is obviously lower than what you would expect…

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DIY Online Divorce in California: Fill in the Blank Divorce Paperwork with the Divorce Navigator

Californians looking for an easier way to complete their divorce paperwork in California can utilize Hello Divorce’s fill in the blank divorce paperwork through our Divorce Navigator. It’s a game changer for DIY divorce. Our web application allows you to complete the 20+ forms required for California divorce in plain language. You can do it on your own, at your own pace, without having to fork out tens of thousands of dollars in legal fees. The average cost of divorce in California…

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DIY Divorce Process in California, Step-by-Step

Wondering how to DIY divorce in California, step-by-step? You can save time, money and (more) heartache by navigating the California divorce process with Hello Divorce. Our memberships and step-by-step guides can help you DIY divorce on the cheap – with access to affordable, flat-rate legal help if and when you need it. If you prefer a more “concierge” experience (i.e. someone to walk you through the entire process, from start to finish), our Divorce Plus or Divorce with Benefits options might…

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California Divorce Process: How and Where to File for Divorce

When it comes to the California divorce process, the first step is knowing how and where to file for divorce. You or your spouse will have had to live in California for six months, and you (or your spouse) will file for divorce in the county where you have lived for the last three months. Related: What County and Courthouse Do I File for Divorce in? Two documents are required to file for divorce: a Petition and a Summons. If you have children, you’ll also need to file a UCCJEA, a form that tells the courts where your children live now, and where they have lived for the last five years. Related: How do I “Serve” My Spouse with a Divorce?…

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Hello Divorce Selected as a Finalist for The Changing Lawyer Awards 2019

The Changing Lawyer Awards recognize and celebrate those individuals and organizations which have best embraced and championed change AUGUST, 2019 – Hello Divorce has been selected as a finalist for The Changing Lawyer Awards 2019 Disruptor of the Year award, which recognizes an alternative legal service provider or legal tech supplier that has most successfully disrupted the broader legal profession. The Changing Lawyer Awards represent an opportunity to recognize individuals, firms, and companies in the legal industry for their willingness…

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Women Founders Network Unveils Ten Finalists Competing At Seventh Annual Fast Pitch Competition

Hello Divorce has been named one of ten finalists that will compete in the 7th Annual Women Founders Network Fast Pitch Competition on October 30, 2019. “It was challenging to narrow down the field of over 120 high quality applicants to ten finalists, and we’re excited to be working with these amazing women founders to help accelerate their success,” said Women Founders Network founder and CEO Darya Allen-Attar in a statement. Read More

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Fastcase50 Names Erin Levine to 2019 Honoree List

Created in 2011, Fastcase50 honors the law’s smartest, most courageous innovators, techies, visionaries, & leaders. In 2019, Hello Divorce CEO Erin Levine was selected as one of their honorees. A classic disruptor, Erin’s workflow tools have helped thousands of clients make it through a difficult time in their lives without unnecessary financial burden.   Read More

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Do DIY divorce apps deliver? Services promise an easier process

CEO Erin Levine was interviewed for this article about DIY divorce apps and their potential to save clients time and money: Parvin Lilley, a caregiver for seniors in Concord, California, tried to file her own papers for her divorce twice. She was rejected—twice. Lacking the money to hire a divorce attorney, Lilley didn’t think she had any options remaining. Then she discovered Hello Divorce, an online platform for divorce in California with flat fees, such as $500 per month to…

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AI Could Give Millions Online Legal Help. But What Will the Law Allow?

Hello Divorce founder Erin Levine is quoted in this article about law technology and the increasing use of artificial intelligence in helping clients settle legal issues more efficiently. In addition to being a certified family lawyer at a firm in Emeryville, Levine is the founder and CEO of Hello Divorce, a website that employs AI and chatbot technologies to lead Californians through their legal options in the divorce process. Read More

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