The blog serves to maintain an open dialogue about all aspects of divorce and ways of coping with it.
Aliso Viejo, CA (PRWEB) June 07, 2013
The writing team at MyDivorcePapers.com will continue to invite guest bloggers for their expansive divorce blog. The online divorce forms service produces blog entries on topics ranging from the divorce process and laws to dating after divorce. After two successfully incorporated guest blogs, MyDivorcePapers.com welcomes more divorce-related contributions from across the nation.
MyDivorcePapers.com content writer, Christina Jones, explains the benefit of guest blogs on their site: “Hearing from guest bloggers truly adds variety to our blog and gives the writing team a chance to learn about different viewpoints and accounts of people who’ve experienced or worked with divorce cases firsthand.” The blog serves to maintain an open dialogue about all aspects of divorce and ways of coping with it.
There have been two guest blog contributions in the past two months so far, from Alan Brady, a writer based in Idaho, and Texas family law specialist, Scott Morgan. Brady’s blog focused on children and divorce, specifically how Attachment Parenting benefits children going through the difficult transition. Morgan’s piece featured statistics and ramifications of the rising rate of baby boomer divorce. Both are examples of the wide ranging issues explored and welcomed throughout the blog.
The process of becoming a guest writer for MyDivorcePapers.com is simple: those interested can visit the Contact page on the website, select “General” for Request Type, and send a message stating, “Guest Blog Opportunity.” The content manager will then respond with more information about the guest blog submission.
MyDivorcePapers.com provides hassle-free online divorce forms for clients opting for an uncontested divorce. After creating an account and completing the online interview, MyDivorcePapers.com customer support specialists prepare the client’s divorce forms, which come with a 100% money-back guarantee of court approval.
For more information about MyDivorcePapers.com’s service, visit http://www.MyDivorcePapers.com. To learn read guest blogs and a variety of topics related to divorce, visit the website’s blog page.