MensDivorce.com recently launched a redesigned version of the Divorce 101 segment, which offers enhanced usability and new features to help guys who are going through divorce at any point in the process.
Previously, the section only contained a listing of the most popular articles for the various stages of divorce; however, it is now a much more structured and useful resource to provide men with general information on important topics no matter where they are in their divorce.
Divorce 101 now includes separate pages for Before Divorce, During Divorce, After Divorce, Children & Custody and Additional Information, with increased navigability. New features include customized video guides, expanded essential topics with improved article archives and a quick quiz to test your knowledge on the related topics.
Each section includes six informational videos by Cordell & Cordell Partners and attorneys crafted specifically to cover one of the important topics for that section. These videos provide general information from experienced family law attorneys, and the tips they provide can help you better understand what lies ahead or how to prepare for various situations.
Another new feature implemented is the “Are You Ready?” quiz for each primary segment. While the questions are not designed to be extremely difficult, they help to reinforce the issues and challenges that commonly arise during divorce and provide links to help you better understand the various topics if you would like more information.
The pages also include easy access to the primary subject matter with links to relevant article archives.
The new additions and redesign of Divorce 101 will help guys quickly find relevant information on the various stages of divorce and provides a much more useful resource on subjects ranging from meeting with an attorney and predicting divorce costs, to modifying alimony and the emotional challenges guys face.
Check out the newly redesigned Divorce 101 at: http://MensDivorce.com/Divorce-101/.
One comment on “MensDivorce.com Relaunches Divorce 101 Segment”
Im in desperate need of an attorney for my 28 yr old son. Weve been able to raise some cash to retain services. His wife has utilized ex parte and has allegedly claimed rape, and that he pulled a gun on her. He cant return home and is a mess. She also is stating he was hospitalized due to an attempted suicide and that a recent diagnosis of bi polar schzo as reasons for keeping his 7 month old and 4 yr old daughters from him. She has family that are native to Japan and concerned if given enough time she may attempt to flee the country. We reside in the city of Schertz, Texas County of Guadalupe. The court hearing has been set for the 17th of this month of November 2015. Please help.