SpearOnline: Online Divorce Education for Men, Women, and Families
By Laura M. Davis, Business Insider A new service for men and women to help educate themselves about online divorce laws and online divorce mediation has been announced by SpearOnline.
The company is launching a new website that will provide access to a range of resources and content about divorce online, including divorce mediation, family law, and divorce in the United States.
The website is called SpearOnline, and it will provide a forum for the community to discuss and learn about divorce and divorce law, as well as share and share ideas about how to make divorce more equitable, according to the company’s press release.
The company is hoping that the new service will be able to offer a more streamlined, efficient and user-friendly way for people to learn about online law, mediation, and family law issues, and to have more information about the various legal options available in the country.
The new website, which will be available from October 1, will also be available for women.
The website will be made available in English and Spanish.
SpearOnline is one of the most popular online divorce resource providers in the world.
Spear’s sister company, Men and Divorce Online, has also been offering divorce information and mediation services since its launch.
Spear has also launched a divorce mediation site for men.
Spear also offers free divorce mediation to couples on its website.
“Online divorce and mediation are one of those areas of law that are really hard to wrap your head around,” said Sarah McBride, co-founder of SpearOnline in a statement.
“If you are a current divorcee, you might be able find a lot of answers online, but it is also possible to find out what is best for your situation.
For people looking to make an informed decision about the next steps in their divorce, we believe that it is a great place to start.”
McBride said that the SpearOnline site is designed for “people who have not been able to access divorce mediation or the family law system in a way that is easy for them.”
“We believe that this new platform will be a great tool to help you navigate the legal system and find the best way to reach your needs, even if you are not a lawyer,” she added.
McBride also said that while she was aware that many men may not have the financial resources to attend mediation or family law conferences, she hoped that this service could help alleviate the financial burdens for men who may be struggling to find the time to attend them.
“For many men, the time and expense of going to a court or mediation is simply not feasible or affordable,” McBride said.
“Our new service allows men to connect with a community of other divorcee-friendly people, who can help them find a more efficient and effective way to navigate the divorce process and to resolve their issues without sacrificing their personal safety and happiness.”
SpearOnline offers a free trial of its divorce mediation service.
McBride and her husband, Todd McBride of the online divorce website ManicuredDomains, have also created a website, ManicureDomains.com, which has also offered a free divorce trial.