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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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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Alameda Magazine

Building Business Their Way

Alameda Magazine features our very own Erin Levine and her husband Sky Pace. “While Levine, who already had a thriving family law practice, toiled nights and weekends challenging the stodgy legal business model, Pace was pushing the envelope in his own industry, transforming Brix Beverage, his fountain soda distributorship, into a soda producer, with its own brand, Alameda Point Craft Soda Co.”

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LawSites

Legal Tech and the Fork in the Road

Hello Divorce earns a mention in this legal industry tech blog. “If we are near the beginning of a dramatic transformation from the “traditional,” lawyer-centric legal market into a tech-enabled, client-centric market, then everyone involved in law faces a fork in the road. On one side of the fork is the highway of the traditional law-firm model. On the other is the exit ramp to the surface streets of innovation…. surface streets have a lot going for them, too. If…

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Hey Mama

What No One Tells You About the First Year of Launching a Startup

Erin shares insights into what it takes to launch a start up with HeyMama.co. “What was the most surprising discovery to me was that an idea and even execution of that idea is not enough. You need to be relevant and to truly be relevant, to sell yourself and your brand, you need to dive far deeper internally than you ever have before. Nobody tells you that when you build a startup that what you know about yourself is not…

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Your Tango Press

11 Strong Woman Quotes (For When You’re Feeling Anything But Fierce)

In honor of Woman’s History Month, Erin takes a break from the usual (legal) articles to touch upon a very important subject: inspiring your best self. “What if we allowed ourselves the gift of surrender? Not knowing where we go next and being OK with that. We don’t have to have all the answers — we just need to be open to fresh possibilities and a new chapter in our journey.”

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Brit+Co

11 Common Myths About Prenups Debunked

For Brit+Co, CEO Erin Levine identified 11 myths about prenuptial agreements. “Divorce attorney and Hello Divorce founder and CEO Erin Levine wants you to know that the way we think about (or avoid thinking about) prenups — also known as premarital agreements — is totally off base. The movies haven’t done us any favors in terms of understanding what this process is really about, so she’s identified 11 myths about prenuptial agreements that should make it easier for women everywhere…

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AboveThe Law

A Lawyer To The Stars Brings Divorce Down To Earth With A Legal Tech Startup

Hello Divorce is highlighted as a divorce resource in California that provides clients with the opportunity to work directly with a lawyer – in addition to providing access to high-quality articles, resources and video tutorials. “Moreover, It’s Over Easy also leaves the market open for innovative lawyers like Erin Levine of Hello Divorce, a site that offers some the same services (comparably priced) as It’s Over Easy with one key distinction: clients have numerous opportunities to work directly with lawyers —…

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