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Divorce Transitions Resources

If you’ve searched online for information about divorce, you know there are hundreds of sites offering help. Trying to sort through everything takes time and can be exhausting. Let us help. We’ve screened the resources listed below and can assure you of their credibility. You’ll find reliable information, tools and Ebooks to help you through your divorce journey. Check back often because we add new resources on a regular basis.
Want a divorce without the fight and going to court? Collaborative Divorce may be just what you’re looking for. Find more information and collaborative attorneys, mental health professionals and financial consultants here.
At this site you’ll find excellent information on a wide variety of topics for divorcing families.
Colorado Domestic/Family forms
Jean McBride’s site for divorced parents offers a wealth of commonsense, research-based information. It’s like having a personal divorce coach – someone to keep you grounded and focused on how to be the best parent you can be.
Want to share information with your child’s other parent online? This is the place. Our Family Wizard gives parents a way to share communication, schedules and manage parenting information. It offers a place to keep very accurate records and helps eliminate the “he said/she said” that sometimes happens in divorce.
Check here to find information about local groups.
This is the website for the National Fatherhood Initiative. It is a wonderful resource for men and women. It has articles, a great newsletter, and a wealth of information for dads.
This website states that its mission is to help divorced dads. Lots of good information and support.
Men’s divorce rights by author and attorney Jeffrey M. Leving
This site offers articles and support to help dads cope with divorce and being a single parent. It focuses on how to remain an active participant in your child’s life.
No BS Divorce Strategies for Men
In this Ebook author Matt O’Connell offers straightforward information and advice to help you through your divorce. He doesn’t pull any punches – just tells it like he sees it.
Child Custody Strategies for Men
If you find yourself involved in a custody evaluation or nasty battle, it makes sense to be as prepared as possible. This Ebook offers great information from two nationally respected custody experts. Put it to work right away so that you don’t lose out on a single day with your kids.
You’ll find comprehensive information on the legal, financial and emotional aspects of divorce. Tons of information to help women take control of their divorce.
The information in this site is written for women in the United States to help them answer questions about a variety of topics related to divorce.
Are you having trouble visiting your grandchildren? Do you know your legal rights as a grandparent? These Ebooks provide up-to-date information regarding your legal rights, as well as being a guide to walk grandparents, step by step through the process of exercising those rights.
Grandparents Child Custody & Visitation
Grandparents Rights: 2008
Larimer County Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Support Group (
The National Stepfamily Resource Center
This is the former site for the Stepfamily Association of America. It now serves as a clearinghouse for research-based information about remarriage and stepfamilies.
Successful Stepfamilies
Great information for stepfamilies from family therapist Ron Deal. This site has a Christian orientation.
The CoMamas Association, founded by the ex and current wife of the same man who hated each other for 10 years, along with an MFT, teaches ex-wives and stepmothers to get along for the sake of the children. This site offers an active message board, chatroom, free advice and a free newsletter, as well as books and workbooks, seminars, workshops and consultations.
Bonus Families
Bonus Families promotes a positive image for stepfamilies and prefers the word bonus rather than the word step. Includes Ex-Etiquette – a Q&A column that addresses problems often faced when dealing with an ex or an ex’s new partner.
Find a group near you. Divorce Care is a national program that offers support for adults and kids.
Rebuilding When your Relationship Ends
This tried and true divorce adjustment class developed by Dr. Bruce Fisher is offered through the Colorado Center for Life Changes.
Use this no-cost site to help work out parenting agreements and ensure that kids are kept out of adult conflict.
If you’re wondering if divorce really is the answer to the problems you and your spouse are having, you might want to consider taking a look at one of these Ebooks. Each one offers solid information to help you as you consider your decision.
Save My Marriage Today
Save the Marriage EBook
Keep Your Marriage Ebook
First Call
Information on a wide variety of local services for families
Dial 211
New Relationships - Proceed With Caution
Supervised Visitation: 20 Tips for Success
Ten Truths for Divorcing Parents
Corrective Thinking
New Relationships - Proceed With Caution
Supervised Visitation: 20 Tips for Success
Ten Truths for Divorcing Parents
Corrective Thinking
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