Relationship advice, marriage traditions around the world, women's rights, celebrities--it's all fair game.
(PRWEB) July 23, 2012
MyDivorcePapers.com, the fastest and most trusted site to file divorce forms and papers, jumps headfirst into the blogoshpere by launching their own divorce blog. The blog has been up and running for a short while now, with daily postings being the course de rigueur.
The new blog allows MyDivorcePapers.com's staff to delve deeper into the subjects they know intimately, allowing them to share their in depth knowledge of all things divorce with the public at large. The topics of the blog postings range from the celebrity divorce stories to informative divorce news.
"We want to create a central hub for all things divorce," said Rick Barclay, a staff writer for the blog. "Not everyone is looking for information on the actual divorce process. Sometimes, people are trying to figure out if they should be getting a divorce, what specific divorce laws look like in a given state, or just looking for a little humor to make the difficult process a little easier on them. We have something for everyone."
The company has been teaming up with other online divorce resources in recent weeks in an effort to reach a wider audience. The blog team is eagerly making their presence known in various social media platforms, and are engaging the online divorce community at large. They're using various new media sites to promote the blog, but the staff is keeping their lips sealed about the specifics.
"It's a bit premature to talk about our plans at this point," said Barclay. "We are sure that when we do announce the plans, people are going to be surprised at the lengths we are willing to go to in order to provide people with solid online divorce information."
MyDivorcePapers.com has been a leader in the online divorce forms industry since 2002, but has recently revamped the site and the business itself from the ground up. The company recently announced the re-launch of its divorce forms for both Alabama as well as California divorce forms, with no plans of slowing down. The company plans to venture into divorce services for all the US territories, as well as Canada, and eventually to a global market.
As for upcoming material to be featured on the blog, Barclay says that there are no limitations, provided, of course, that the material relates to divorce.
"Relationship advice, marriage traditions around the world, women's rights, celebrities--it's all fair game. Just because something might be controversial or unpalatable to some doesn't mean that it should not be spoken about. For instance, women's rights violations and domestic violence are all issues that impact divorce, and although they may be taboo in to some people, it still requires discussion to shine a light on those issues."