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How Much Help Are Online Resources In A Divorce

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Almost everyone getting divorced these days goes online for help, whether that's looking for information to help avoid using attorneys or for emotional support. Nobody is relying solely on what their attorney tells them.

The good news is that there is a ton of information and resources available now. The bad news is that some of these could harm you more than help you. So what are the pitfalls of going online? What are the risks? How can you tell which sources are trustworthy and dependable and which sources should you steer clear of? What are the redflags you should be watching for?

Joining Mandy for this show is Gregory Frank, co-founder of Divorce Force, one of the premier online communities committed to connecting and empowering those affected by divorce. Frank is an advocate of taking advantage of everything the Internet has to offer but cautions people to be smart. "The good news is that there are so many capabilities and so much information that you can obtain online that it's a phenomenal place to start."

Remember to check out Mandy's blog, Since My Divorce,  for a synopsis of the show.

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