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    The 17 Best Divorce Blogs

    November 21, 2017

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    An overview of our best divorce blogs list:

    • Divorce and Your Money
    • Divorced Girl Smiling
    • Divorced Guy Grinning
    • Moving Past Divorce
    • Guyvorce
    • Think Financially
    • Wealthy, Single, Mommy
    • Since My Divorce
    • First Wives World

    See our complete list below.

    How blogs can help you during or after a divorce

    Divorce is a challenging time in a person’s life.

    The stress and emotional roller coaster of divorce is easier to navigate when there is guidance and a support system around you.

    Not everyone is comfortable sharing their personal intimate details of their divorce with those around them.

    Sometimes, it is easier to talk to and get advice from people you don’t know. There is a wide range of divorce blogs out there, where you can find tons of helpful information and advice.

    As divorce attorneys, we use these blogs as resources to better understand our clients and what they are going through.

    It is also comforting to know that no matter what you’re going through with your divorce, someone else has been through and understands what you’re feeling.

    1. Divorce and Your Money


    Written by Shawn Leamon, MBA, CDFA, Divorce and Your Money, is a great resource for financial guidance throughout divorce.

    It helps people make wise financial decisions, save money, and protect their assets.

    2. Divorced Girl Smiling

    The author, Jackie Pilossoph, writes posts for moms like herself, that cover the entire divorce arena.

    From the day your former spouse moves out, co-parenting, career choices, dating again, it covers it all.

    3. Divorced Guy Grinning


    If the name sounds familiar, it should. Jackie Pilossoph is also the author of Divorce Guy Grinning.

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    Her goal? To sincerely aim to offer advice and support to men.

    When questions about her qualifications Pilossoph simply states, “Being a divorced woman for over nine years, I have met, dated, interviewed and/or become friends with hundreds of separated/divorced men, and have pretty good insight into their concerns, issues, problems, fears, and worries. That’s why I think I can offer solid advice and support.”


    4. Moving Past Divorce


    Moving Past Divorce is uniquely written by a mother/daughter duo who grew up in divorced families.

    The goal of their blog is to help women make healthy choices in their relationships, and provide tools to help cope with the emotional struggles that come with divorce.

    5. Guyvorce


    Smart and informative, while adding humor into the mix, Guyvorce is the “guy’s ultimate source for everything divorce.”

    It covers a wide range of topics such as custody, dating, visitation, alimony, and more. And all of it is from a man’s perspective.

    6. Think Financially


    A regular writer for Forbes.com, Jeff Landers is a well-known resource on the financial aspects of divorce.

    His aim is to educate and inform women and their advisors about the financial impacts of divorce. He also talks about how crucial it is to stay focused on money issues throughout the divorce process – before, throughout, and after.

    7. Wealthy, Single, Mommy


    As you may guess, this blog is devoted to professional, single moms.

    The author, Emma Johnson, realized a need for community, information, and inspiration for professional single mothers like herself, who were dealing with divorce.

    The blog is broken up into three topic sections; parenting, money and business, and sex and relationships.

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    8. Since My Divorce


    Written by divorce coach, Mandy Walker, this blog provides advice on many aspects of divorce, including legal and emotional issues.

    There is also a section called “Story Catalog” that is a collection of women’s, men’s and children’s personal stories.

    9. First Wives World


    “Empowering Women Through Change and Challenge”

    This blog is dedicated to supporting readers through divorce, relationships, widowhood, and other life challenges.

    10. Divorce Magazine


    The magazine itself is free to download, but their blog has tons of articles covering everything from child custody, alimony, divorce statistics, and more.

    The posts are written by experts, as well as individuals facing the challenges of separation and divorce.

    11. Wevorce


    Wevorce’s goal is to help couples ensure their divorce is less damaging to themselves, as well as their finances and other people involved.

    It covers topics that even go overlooked such as, how to address your divorce at work, and how to decide about pets and holidays.

    12. Midlife Divorce Recovery


    All the articles are written by Suzy Brown, who wanted to give women divorce advice from a Christian perspective.

    She has been adding content to the blog for over five years so it is full of answers to common and uncommon divorce questions.

    13. Smarter Divorce Solutions


    “We envision a world where the divorce process is not adversarial, financially confusing, or unreasonably costly.”

    The author and founder of Smart Divorce Solutions is Nancy Hetrick, who is a Master Analyst in Financial Forensics (MMFF) and a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA).

    When it comes to making smart financial decisions during and after divorce, she knows her stuff.

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    14. Family Lore


    Ok, so this shouldn’t be your go to blog for legal divorce advice since it is based in London and their laws regarding divorce are different, but it is still a great resource.

    The author, John Bolch, a retired divorce solicitor, links to blogs and websites all over the world. He updates a few times a day so you can find information on any divorce topic pretty easily.

    15. Amicable


    Another blog from across the pond, Amicable aims to help couples achieve healthier outcomes for their families.

    It also discusses unique topics such as “What to do with your wedding rings when your divorce is official?” and “Separated Parents Summer Survival Guide.”

    16. Untangle the Knot


    “Untangle The Knot is the go-to resource and companion for anyone facing divorce.”

    On this blog, you can find tools, guidance and support during every phase of your divorce, and receive advice on how to rebuild a balanced life.

    17. Gateway Divorce Law


    Whether it’s regarding property division, debt allocation, child custody, or other areas, we aim to help anyone going through the difficulties of a divorce.

    No matter what divorce or family law matter our clients have, we can provide guidance and direction. If there is ever a topic you would like us to cover, just let us know.