Hello Divorce Blog

A recent article in Law.com discusses the need for ingenuity in the legal field to include more options – like Hello Divorce – for consumers: “For example, we need new TurboTax-like tools for legal services—like East Bay lawyer Erin Levine’s Hello Divorce platform, where consumers can pay a monthly subscription to access guided, do-it-yourself tools with support from legal document preparers or lawyers where needed. Such tools are starting to emerge, but they are too…
In an article published on My Domaine, Founder and CEO Erin Levine discusses alternatives to divorce litigation. A collaborative approach is “for couples that want to stay out of court but have complex issues (and lots of money),” says Levine of Hello Divorce, a service that guides clients through the divorce process through self-help software and access to legal experts. “Several professionals are involved – ranging from lawyers and financial planners to a co-parenting…
As the founder of an award-winning online divorce platform that has helped thousands of people navigate the legal system, I have seen my fair share of crazy divorces! From dog ‘support’ to sex tapes, here are five of the wildest divorce stories we’ve seen (names changed for privacy).  *note: All ex-couples approved this post. I Do, I Don’t, I’m Confused Jenna signed up to use Hello Divorce to end her marriage to Mike. All was…
While coronavirus is ranging on with no near end in sight, most of us are feeling a bit overwhelmed (at best) and unhinged. With emotions as heightened as they are, and social distancing back in the picture, it’s no wonder divorce rates are up. Spending loads of time with your spouse is hard on any marriage — but when you’ve already had conflict and the core issues remain unresolved, divorce can be a positive decision…
Hello Divorce Founder Erin Levine spoke with Bloomberg Law regarding a recent and surprising decision by the Washington State Supreme Court to wind down their Limited License Legal Technician program. The program, intended to allow people with the LLLT certification to assist with family law matters at a lower cost than traditionally licensed attorneys, ends in July 2021 with the state’s Supreme Court citing lack of interest and cost as a barrier to continuing the…
In an interview with LawSites, Hello Divorce Founder and CEO Erin Levine discusses the upcoming expansion of her award-winning do-it-yourself platform to states like Colorado, Utah and Texas. She shares information about the partnership between Hello Divorce and Access to Justice Tech and her plan to bring the direct-to-consumer legal platform to all 50 states. “Both Hello Divorce and A2J Tech are committed to making consumer-facing areas of law accessible to the ‘masses’ with a…
Erin Levine, Founder and CEO of Hello Divorce, pairs up with CoBizMag to discuss how legal technology is changing the face of the legal industry in Colorado and beyond. The article focuses on how legal tech is currently being used, how it is saving consumers thousands on legal fees, and how it will continue to grow in the future. Joseph Schieffer of Access to Justice Tech also chimes in on the legal tech trend: “Hello…
Colorado Parent Magazine recently interviewed CEO Erin Levine about the new trends in divorce. Colorado ranks among the top 10 states with the highest divorce costs and, understandably, many people attempt to ‘DIY’ their divorce. With a complicated divorce process and procedures, many of these DIY-ers end up forgetting something or missing a form. “We created a situation for people to opt out of the traditional lawyer divorce model, to keep people out of the…
If January is the month that you’ve decided to start your divorce, you aren’t alone. January is usually dubbed the “divorce month” since so many people end the year with clarity about whether or not they want to stay in a relationship.  If you and/or your spouse have decided to split, it’s a good time to review helpful resources and tips so that you are feeling prepared as you begin the legal process. After 15…
Maybe you have finished the first couple of divorce steps and you and your spouse are just beginning to discuss how you’ll divide up bank accounts or whether or not you will pay support. Or, maybe you don’t like uncertainty and are negotiating with your spouse NOW (before you file paperwork) so there’s an agreement in place when that initial petition is signed. Regardless of where you are in the divorce process, this download is…