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Invest in BlissDivorce

Reach a divorce agreement without the time, cost and conflict of attorneys

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Todd and Fares interviewed BlissDivorce on July 3, 2020. Play Video
Todd Folk
Founder/CEO of AppApp 10+ years in the hospitality industry. Serial Entrepreneur, Tobacconist, & Rum aficionado.
Fares Ksebati
Co-Founder & CEO of MySwimPro
says, "I am very excited about this company. It is a market that is relatively untouched for tech and is a very large market as well. The team seems very well equipped to handle everything and is very balanced. I am excited for the option to use the tech in other verticals down the road."
says, "Very strong management team with domain expertise and systematic game plan to grow the business for the long-run. The business model is solid, and the path to a highly profitable and big business is clear! Keep it moving!"
says, "Not so much advice to improve - but more what I am looking at. While I am excited to see that the tech can be used in other negotiations, I am really watching to see how they tackle the divorce market, as I think it’s one of the hardest to go into because emotion does drive a lot of the decisions many times. If this can be tackled well and is the sole focus early one, I think other verticals are prime for expansion."
says, "I would like to see a continued focus in the divorce market before expanding the technology platform into other verticals. It will be tempting and pressure will arise to expand into other segments that can use the company’s technology. Don’t do it until you’ve reached a significant scale with the primary business."

What Investors Say

Invested $40,000 this round

Divorce is an unfortunate reality of our modern society. We may have mixed emotions about the underlying issues, but in many ways it’s simply another legal process that is part of the infrastructure of our lives. And, as is so often the case, it’s a process that is overdue for significant reform. BlissDivorce is on a mission to not just make a difficult process easier for all parties, but also make it more cost effective. Nobody wishes divorce on any couple, but there is no reason to make the process more painful than necessary.

I’ve always believed the best venture investments have two key ingredients. First, a large existing market that under-serves it’s customers. That’s true of the market for divorce services in the United States, a market big enough to imagine multiple successful winners in it’s disruption. Secondly, a great management team. I’ve known Scott since our grad school days at MIT, and have complete confidence in him. I believe Scott has assembled the right mix of technical, entrepreneurial and domain knowledgeable talent to make BlissDivorce the business and customer success it has every opportunity to become. I’m excited to be the lead investor in this great venture.

In the news

US divorce rates skyrocket amid COVID-19 pandemic
September 2, 2020
Divorce rates have spiked in the U.S. during the coronavirus pandemic as couples have been stuck at home for months. The number of people looking for divorces was 34 percent higher from March through June compared to 2019, according to new data collected Legal Templates, a company that provides legal documents.
Trial by Zoom: We Have Begun a New Era | Daily Report
April 27, 2020
Making objections was much easier and more dignified. The students raised "Objection Paddles" to the screen. Much more polite than yelling "objection!" I imagine there will soon be a litigation package for Zoom where you press "O" for the word "OBJECTION" to flash upon the screen.
Kessler Notes Divorces Ramp Up
March 29, 2020
The jokes are viral: "Mexico had its first coronavirus related death. A man was stuck at home with his wife for 10 days, so he killed himself." While morbid and perhaps in bad taste, but as in most comedy, there is an ounce of truth.
Randy Kessler on HLN 11 11 18
November 13, 2018
Randy Kessler on HLN 11 11 18
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