Divorce Tool Box is a web-based video series designed to help men and women navigate the emotional, financial and child-related challenges of divorce. By watching the video sessions in the privacy and comfort of your home, you gain practical knowledge about what to expect and how to partner with your legal professional(s) to pursue a settlement agreement that meets your needs.
Audrey Silcox, Founder of Divorce Tool Box, observed that most come to the divorce process under significant emotional strain, and lacking necessary information about the mental health, custodial, and financial challenges ahead. She realized that people could reduce the negative emotional and financial impact of divorce if they entered into the process with more information, better prepared, and with the knowledge to express their personal needs once they have identified them.
Using Divorce Tool Box allows you to benefit from her years of experience and avoid some of the potential pitfalls of negotiating your divorce settlement without thoughtful preparation. It’s true what they say: knowledge is power.
- LEARN HOW TO COPE.
Divorce affects every area of life and has been noted as the second most stressful event a person can face. Divorce Tool Box helps you handle the stress and emotional impact of a difficult transition.
- CHOOSE THE RIGHT TOOLS FOR THE JOB.
Choose the version of our program that best meets your needs: Divorcing With Children (8 Sessions) or Divorcing Without Children (4 Sessions).
- BECOME EDUCATED ABOUT KEY ISSUES.
Learn about the financial, custodial and co-parenting issues that will likely be decided in your divorce agreement—some that are obvious, and some that are frequently overlooked. We offer divorce advice for men and divorce advice for women.
- DEVELOP CONFIDENCE THROUGH PREPARATION.
Whether filing contested or uncontested, Divorce Tool Box can help you be prepare for your divorce and to begin working with your legal professional. If filing pro se (representing yourself), gain the peace of knowing that you have addressed the most essential issues that will affect your family post-divorce.
- LEARN WHERE TO BEGIN.
Understand the divorce process better, including how to make important decisions regarding your future in the midst of considerable stress.