SplitSimple.com Announces 2020 Winner of $500 Social Work Scholarship

Posted October 8, 2020

Denver, CO – SplitSimple.com, an organization focused on assisting Denver based individuals with uncontested divorce mediation, announced Emily Townsend as the winner of their $500 scholarship contest. Emily is currently pursuing a Masters in Clinical Social Work at Western Michigan University with a focus in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for children

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7 Ways Divorce Mediation Benefits Child Custody Agreements

Posted September 24, 2020

Building a good child custody agreement does not happen with boilerplate policy. Every family is different. Every co-parenting team and every child bring their own unique spin to the situation. You can likely build the right custody agreement out of the selection of standard methods and policies, but actually agreeing

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Divorce Mediation: Ensuring Fairness for Husbands & Fathers

Posted September 17, 2020

Denver divorce mediation provides an ideal approach to achieve the fairest of divorce outcomes for all parties involved. Depending on a number of factors, the traditional system of relying solely on two lawyers on opposite sides often fosters outcomes that are less fair, especially for husbands and Fathers. When considering

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Divorce in the Age of Corona: What are the New Considerations?

Posted September 10, 2020

Divorce is one of those things that happens no matter what else the world is doing. For a few months in 2020, the world stood still. People isolated at home, worked at home, and events across the globe were cancelled or postponed. During the pandemic, most separating couples agreed to

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The Stages of Conflict & Divorce

Posted August 27, 2020

Just like when someone dies and people go through the stages of grief, divorce has stages of both grief and conflict that most couples experience. Divorce is considered one of the most profound psychological stressors because it changes so many aspects of life. Even the most amicable divorces have significant

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Handling Your Mortgage During a Divorce

Posted August 20, 2020

Many of our clients come to us with mortgages. This makes perfect sense, of course- married couples live together, and many of them choose to buy a home. However, this does present certain complications, and one of the most common questions we receive is, “What are we going to do

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Rebuilding Your Co-Parenting Plan for The “New Normal”

Posted August 6, 2020

The recent pandemic turned a lot of Denver divorce mediation agreements on their heads, especially when it comes to child custody. Who has the kids suddenly became “Who’s locking down with the kids?”. Traveling to trade custody became risky-to-impossible. Not to mention the huge career/financial impact felt by parents across

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How to Price a Home for Sale After or During Divorce – Pt 2

Posted July 23, 2020

[Continued from Part 1]  Make Improvements That Influence Value Repaint, don’t remodel Inspection and maintenance repairs New appliances Most homeowners make some small improvements to a home as they prepare it for sale. Inspections and routine maintenance are a must. But beyond that, it’s up to your discretion. Some homeowners

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