Mogul

#IAmMogul: An Interview with Erin Levine, Founder & CEO of Hello Divorce

Hello Divorce CEO Erin Levine speaks with Mogul about the creation of Hello Divorce. Check out the article to learn her motivations for starting this platform, her plans for the next five years, and her advice for parents on how to talk to kids about the difficult decision to separate. …divorce is the unwinding of what will likely be the most complicated financial contract any of us ever face. So we have to navigate a complicated legal process, nurture our…

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Brit+Co

Brit + Co: Here’s How a Divorce Lawyer Developed a Painless Breakup Service

Hello Divorce CEO Erin Levine discusses how challenges of the traditional divorce model led to the evolution of Hello Divorce. “We think of Hello Divorce as more of a breakup service, not just as a divorce lawyer,” Levine notes. “It’s a full individual journey toward your next step in life. We’re really trying to play up the idea of community and to de-stigmatize divorce. [Our users] didn’t just decide to divorce overnight. This was a really long, painful, heartbreaking process,…

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Pando

Pando Daily: Erin Levine’s five empowering little words: “I’ll see you in court”

Sarah Lacy, tech vigilante and publisher of  the Silicon Valley-focused Pando Daily interviewed Hello Divorce CEO Erin Levine for the publication and for her weekly podcast, “A Uterus is a Feature, Not a Bug.” “In my view, this is a potential game changer for women who don’t control the assets in their household or a lot of people who are staying legally married because they can’t afford to go through the way-too-cumbersome legal process, but are too nervous of what…

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Lawyerist

Lawyerist: What Millennials (and Everyone Else Even If They Don’t Realize It) Want From Their Lawyers

Hello Divorce earns a mention in Lawyerist for offering flexible channels of communication and valuable forms and resources. “She gave a tour of today’s law firm through the eyes of a user experience designer and identified four key elements that millennials want when they purchase legal services: 1. A modern web presence with various channels of communication with the firm. 2. Fixed fees. 3. Collaboration and inclusion in the process. 4. Excellent customer service. So how do we use design-thinking…

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The Dr. Wendy Walsh Show: Interview with Hello Divorce CEO Erin Levine

Relationship expert Dr. Wendy Walsh interviews Hello Divorce CEO Erin Levine about relationships and breakups. “But, some break-ups are easier than others. If you’re married, there are kids and dogs and stuff to divide. And divorce is expensive: it used to be that whoever hired the most expensive attorney got the best outcome in the divorce. Not anymore. Now, there’s a new way to divorce – on your own, with a little online support. Erin Levine is a Bay Area…

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SFAttorney

San Francisco Attorney Magazine: The Risky Business of Living Outside the Marriage Box

Hello Divorce CEO Erin Levine co-authored an article, “The Risky Business of Living Outside the Marriage Box,” that ran in San Francisco Attorney, a quarterly publication of the Bar Association of San Francisco: “Americans are not growing afraid of commitment. Instead, millennials understand their relationships are not like their parents’—and they don’t have to be.”

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Mercury News

San Jose Mercury News: What will they think of next?

Hello Divorce gets a nod in this Silicon Beat column in the San Jose Mercury News: “You already have countless apps and websites to help you find that special someone — from Match.com to Tinder. But what about high-tech solutions for when that relationship goes south? That’s where Oakland-based Hello Divorce comes in.”

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