How to Move and Plan a Divorce at the Same Time

Posted April 5, 2023

Getting a divorce is a big life change, one that often comes with many other life changes. You may seek and find a new job, new friends, and of course, a new house. More often than not, both spouses will move before, during, or after a divorce which can mean

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Six Tips to Make Divorce Mediation Work For You

Posted March 8, 2023

At Split Simple, we are proud to offer “uncontested divorces.” That being said, that doesn’t necessarily mean that the divorce was easy and that there was no conflict. However, that simply is not true. It just means that both parties were able to work together to come up with a

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Answers to Common Denver Divorce Mediation FAQ’s

Posted February 15, 2023

While going through a divorce can be extremely difficult, this process can be made even more stressful if a lengthy, contentious court battle is involved. Some couples may even put off initiating divorce proceedings because they are afraid of the costs associated with going to court and the potential emotional

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Positive Aspects of Divorce on Children

Posted February 1, 2023

Most people truly believe that divorce is a bad thing.  It is the end of a marriage, and two people have to figure out where they are going to go from there. Then, there are the children. They are more likely to struggle in school and get in fights with

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8 New Year’s Resolutions for Getting Divorced

Posted January 4, 2023

The New Years’ and divorce have a lot in common. In both situations, you are looking back at the path behind you – often with a certain amount of regret – and getting ready to start fresh on the future ahead. Divorce leaves you a new person; newly single and

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7 Ways to Split Holiday Child Custody Schedules That Work

Posted December 28, 2022

When two people separate, the holidays are a difficult time for both. But when there are children in the mix, the matter of custody and family time can complicate matters. Both parents want special time with the children during the holidays, and often it feels like this could be an

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How to Handle Holiday Parental Visitation when Separated or Divorced

Posted November 23, 2022

The holidays are an important time for family to spend time together, even if only for short and meaningful visits. For divorced parents, scheduling holiday parental visits is not just compliant with your Denver divorce mediation agreement, it’s important for your children. Statistics have proven that children need both their

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