It's true that there are a lot of new companies seemingly eager to cash in on the "good divorce" movement—but many of them are started by divorcees who really want to make the process better and less contentious. Check out this article I wrote for The New York Observer on divorce as the new cottage industry. It includes information about some of the recently created apps and sites that can be helpful for families during the tough transition of divorce and thereafter.
Here are some of my favorites:
Here are a few more resources I just learned about. If you use any of these, let me know what you think!
A lot of life coaches do divorce coaching now, which can be super helpful. Collaborative Divorce and Mediation are key resources, when it comes to the legal side.