"Divorce--like getting married or having a baby--is a process," stated Amanda, "and like any life-altering experience, divorce can be a positive life transition accomplished with integrity and grace."
(PRWEB) January 10, 2012
Divorce statistics in America continue to be a bleak fact of life. Current high unemployment due to the recession and the stress that places on marriages has not helped.
"But," says family law attorney Amanda DuBois, "divorce does not have to be a war."
With 20 years of experience as a family law attorney, Amanda DuBois realizes she has an opportunity to really help families facing divorce.
"Divorce--like getting married or having a baby--is a process," stated Amanda, "and like any life-altering experience, divorce can be a positive life transition accomplished with integrity and grace. It is our goal to not only help women through their divorce, but make sure they have a positive life after divorce"
Whether you are for or against divorce, the statistics are not good: over 40% percent of marriages in America end in divorce. Divorce in America is a fact of life, but it no longer needs to be an emotional and financial disaster for couples and their families.
In order to change the way American women in particular think about divorce, Amanda DuBois has created a 17-part video series for women called Divorganize. Divorganize helps women understand the divorce process in a way that can reduce stress and improve long-term financial outcomes for women and their families.
"All women are gripped by internal panic and fear during the divorce process which leads to making bad and emotional decisions," stated Amanda. "It is our goal with Divorganize to provide the education and support that allow women to make smart divorce decisions that will enable them to land on their feet and have a positive future going forward in life after divorce. It is designed to enable women to take charge of their divorce, and not be a victim of divorce"
Divorganize is designed to teach the divorce process quickly and effectively. The video series addresses practical topics such as how to choose a divorce attorney, proper parenting during divorce, how to save money during divorce, child custody issues, property distribution in divorce, financial matters to consider, and the benefits of divorce mediation.
"In a nutshell, it is our desire to provide everything women must know and do concerning divorce for women," said Elizabeth Myhr, Project Manager for Divorganize.
Divorganize is affordable, and entirely web based in content delivery. Women who purchase the video series can go through the program wherever and whenever it is convenient for them to do so -- via a computer, a tablet such as an iPad or Kindle Fire, or on a smart phone.
"We understand the need for privacy some women may have when viewing this program," stated Elizabeth, "and that is why we have made this program accessible on any device from any location. Women can access it from home, or their local coffee shop, that's the beauty of it. It is our goal to provide women the education and support they need in the divorce process to alleviate their fears and insecurities as well as to provide them the knowledge they need concerning all the various aspects of divorce and their divorce rights in a divorce. Divorganize is about improving divorce outcomes for women and their children while maintaining personal, family and community integrity."
Divorganize is a 17-part video series created to help women quickly understand the divorce process. Divorganize can help women make sound financial and emotional decisions for themselves and their families. Divorganize is designed to help women maintain personal and community integrity while going through divorce.
Amanda DuBois is an attorney, author and creator of the Divorganize divorce education and support program.
Amanda is a Seattle family law attorney with more than 20 years of complex litigation experience, including over 15 years of dedicated service to clients in divorce, parenting and child custody cases. Before becoming an attorney, she was a high-risk labor and delivery nurse at the University of Washington Medical Center in Seattle. Amanda has served as a member of the Washington State Trial Lawyers Association (WSTLA) Board of Governors where she chaired the Women’s Section, the Medical Negligence Section and the Family Law Section. Amanda has been a featured speaker and a chairperson at numerous continuing education seminars for attorneys, nurses and mental health professionals.
Amanda currently serves on the Executive Committee of the Board of Women's Funding Alliance where she chairs the huge annual fundraiser. Women's Funding Alliance is the largest funder of programs for women and girls in the state of Washington. Amanda is also a member of Seattle Rotary, and fundraises for PeaceTrees Vietnam, a landmine removal project in Quang Tri Province, Vietnam where adults and children are still being injured or killed by unexploded ordnance. A portion of the money received by her law firm is sent directly to PeaceTrees Vietnam. Amanda is the author of LawClass.net, an on-line legal curriculum used by high school students across the United States, and has published a book series, The Civil Survival Series, which teaches basic legal concepts to ordinary people.
Amanda received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 1978 and received a Juris Doctorate from the School of Law at The University of Puget Sound, now Seattle University.