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New Website Helps to Ease Divorce Process
July 23, 2014
The San Francisco-based company Wevorce helps couples save time and money, while also offering counseling.
Streamlining the Divorce Process Online
June 4, 2014
Wevorce co-founder Michelle Crosby on how the software streamlines the divorce process for couples.
Entrepreneur's 100 Brilliant Companies
May 21, 2014
The Wevorce technology platform aims to help couples divorce amicably, with online and in-person mediation sessions.
Ex-spouses can get along — and not just for the holidays
December 23, 2013
Michelle Crosby of San Mateo, Calif., is a child of divorce who is divorced herself and now remarried. A family law attorney, Crosby, 37, in January founded Wevorce, a company "focused on amicable divorce — legal, emotional and financial."
Why a Collaborative Divorce Makes Financial Sense
August 19, 2013
One of the big draws of a collaborative divorce is that it can save consumers money. Reliable statistics on the cost of an average divorce are hard to come by, but the general consensus is that an average divorce costs between $15,000 and $30,000. But if you opt for the mediation route – at least at Wevorce – the average price point is about $7,500, Crosby says.
Breaking Up Is Hard To Do; Wevorce Aims to Make It Easier
July 5, 2013
Michelle Crosby, co-founder and CEO of divorce mediation start-up Wevorce, knew what she wanted to do when she was nine. Six years into an epic custody battle, one of her parents’ lawyers put her on the stand and asked her which parent she would want to be with on a desert island. “At nine, you can’t answer that question, and you shouldn’t have to,” she says. “At nine, I knew this space was broken.”
The start-up trying to make divorce less painful
June 6, 2013
The six-step programme guides families through decisions relating to finances, property, and most importantly, the children.
Wevorce, the YC startup that makes divorce suck less, opens to all
May 22, 2013
Besides making the divorce process more understandable and speedy, the company also claims to make it cheaper. Wevorce says its set fees range from $3,500 to $15,000. The company says the average case costs less than $10,000 while traditional divorces can cost upward of $27,000.
Silicon Valley’s Start-Up Machine
May 2, 2013
She imagines a Wevorce office for every 400,000 Americans and estimates $1 billion in annual revenue. “We want,” she said, reaching for one of the valley’s most ubiquitous buzzwords, “to disrupt divorce.”
Can This Y-Combinator Startup's Technology Keep Couples Out Of Divorce Court?
April 10, 2013
“By humanizing the process and identifying that this is a family going through a very stressful transition together,” she says, hers is a new path to divorce that uses technology and a team of divorce “architects” that walk families through the process.
The Next Frontier of Technology: Making Divorce Easier
April 2, 2013
So far, the hundred or so pilot families going through the process haven’t had any of the kind of divorce meltdowns you might see in movies or television, where they end up fighting it out in court, co-founder Michelle Crosby said.
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