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Technology Makes Divorce Process Easier

IAALS Intern

While advancements in technology have made marrying over the internet a reality, they have made the divorce process easier as well. In a recent article, The Wall Street Journal discusses technology-assisted divorce and specifically spotlights the online service Wevorce, which breaks the divorce process down into easily managed and discrete steps, designed to avoid messy court battles.  After categorizing a couple under one of the available 18 archetypes, the service walks a family through all the steps, including the legal, financial, and emotional components of the divorce process.

Cindy Pham is a third year law student at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law and contributes to IAALS Online. Please direct inquiries about this post to