About Us and Our Website
We are a network making a connection.
People in the divorce process need to connect with information. Divorce Source offers an effective way to locate information and communicate with professionals and individuals sharing similar thoughts and experiences.
People have many unique questions and situations.
Divorce Source is not a replacement for professionals who provide services to the individual experiencing divorce or separation. The network is a guide to help you understand basic divorce related information and laws that pertain to specific issues and specific locations throughout the United States. Divorce Source is available to educate you prior to seeking professional services and/or products that may be required and/or needed.
You get support through Divorce Source.
The Internet is the world’s fastest growing medium. More and more people are making it part of their lives. Divorce Source provides people with the opportunity to meet people online in a supportive atmosphere during what is an utmost difficult time. It is a resource open 24 hours a day that is constantly changing to provide a better and more rewarding experience to you, the visitor. People from around the world use Divorce Source to find relevant information, services and solutions. Divorce Source is more than simply a guide; it is a home to people contemplating or experiencing divorce.
Divorce Source works for you.
People use Divorce Source to answer questions, express thoughts, discover solutions, find services and products, and connect with others. No matter what you are looking for, Divorce Source is there to help you find it. It is an invaluable resource. You do not need to be a member or subscribe to benefit from what Divorce Source has to offer.
We hope you enjoy your visit.
Divorce Source is intuitively organized. As you explore Divorce Source, you will discover things that grab your attention. Web sites, information, and friends. We are very receptive to any suggestions you may have, and thank you for visiting the network.
In the United States, over 2,000,000 weddings occur each year. Approximately half of those marriages will end in divorce. Divorce is difficult for everyone involved and is especially difficult for children. Discussing divorce or separation with children can be painful but it will help in strengthening the parent/child relationship. It will help maintain trust. Although younger children need only general information, older children will ask for more details. This guide provides the necessary resources to help professionals, teachers, parents, and children cope with divorce, as well as provide support for their loved ones.
About the International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children
The International Centre of Missing & Exploited Children (ICMEC) empowers and equips global partners – in government, academia, law enforcement, private industry and the NGO community – to make the world a safer place for children.
Founded in 2007, Global Justice Initiative, Inc. (GJI) is a Washington, DC-based 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, not-for-profit, charitable organization dedicated to promoting access to justice and social change. GJI advances its mission through three distinct programs of work:
Our 140-year-plus history began in 1868, when lawyer and businessman James B. Martindale first published The Martindale Directory. Its stated purpose was “to furnish to lawyers, bankers, wholesale merchants, manufacturers, real estate agents, and all others…the address of one reliable law firm, one reliable bank, and one reliable real estate office in every city in the United States…”
By 1896, The Martindale Directory included the basic information that still appears in our lawyer and law firm Profiles, as well as ratings and a section on foreign lawyers and firms.
In 1930, the Martindale Company purchased the publishing rights to Hubbell’s Legal Directory, which contained a digest of state laws, court calendars and a selective list of lawyers and firms. The following year marked the first edition of the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory; a two volume set that combined the features of both predecessor publications.
Today, Martindale-Hubbell offers solutions for both professional and consumer markets. Our online destinations contain profiles for over one million lawyers and firms in the United States, Canada and 160 other countries, serving as a fundamental legal resource and marketing tool.
Vision & Mission
Our vision is to be recognized as the network that enriches family relationships through better organization and communication.
Our mission is to provide the best possible tools for parents in divorced and separated households to communicate and organize their lives.
About Divorce Magazine & www.DivorceMagazine.com
Launched in 1996, Divorce Magazine was the first and is still the only publication designed to offer expert guidance, support, and resources to individuals during and after separation and divorce. From the very beginning, Divorce Magazine’s mission has been to make the divorce process more humane, respectful, and compassionate for those experiencing it. Today, we are the authoritative voice on divorce. Published twice a year (in print and electronic formats), this quality magazine is full of helpful divorce-related articles and expert advice – from legal to financial, emotional to physical, parenting to children’s issues. There are currently three local editions of the printed magazine (California, Illinois and New Jersey) and one local edition of the e-magazine for every state and province.
There are several ways of bringing a marriage or civil union to an end.
If you are married, these include de facto separation, legal separation (officially called separation from bed and board), and divorce.
If you are joined in a civil union, they include de facto separation and the dissolution of your union by a joint notarized statement or court order.
Each solution has specific features that must be taken into account:
Are you going through a separation or divorce? Do you want to bring your union to an end? This guide is intended for couples who separate or divorce. Its main purpose is to inform you of your rights and obligations, as well as the steps you must take with government departments and agencies to notify them of your new situation.
Our Mission: Helping Citizens Understand Their Rights and Responsibilities
Éducaloi is a non-profit organization founded in 2000. It is a leader in the movement to improve access to justice in Quebec.
Our mission is to inform Quebecers about their legal rights and responsibilities in language that makes the law easy to understand.
In everything it does, Éducaloi draws on established techniques from the fields of legal education and plain language. High standards of legal accuracy are at the core of our work.
Éducaloi’s activities focus on these areas:
Separation or Divorce
Changes resulting from a separation or divorce may have tax consequences. The following may apply to you:
Service Canada has prepared information to help you understand the legal issues and process of divorce in Canada. The following may inform you about your rights and responsibilities, but for legal advice, please consult a lawyer.
CanLII is a non-profit organization managed by the Federation of Law Societies of Canada. CanLII’s goal is to make Canadian law accessible for free on the Internet. This website provides access to court judgments, tribunal decisions, statutes and regulations from all Canadian jurisdictions.
The information contained on this website is intended to be informative only and not to be understood as constituting legal advice. The information should therefore not be used as a substitute for the advice of a qualified legal counsel, which must necessarily be tailored to the individual’s particular set of circumstances.
Please note that any communication you send to us will not be considered as protected under any attorney-client privilege or treated confidentially, unless you have first reached an express written agreement with our office. You do not become a client until you have first cleared our conflict-of-interest procedures and entered into a written Appointment of Attorney Agreement with us. By sending any information to us, you agree to the above terms.