SOURCE: Wevorce


November 26, 2014 10:00 ET

Wevorce Opens New Offices, Brings Amicable Divorce Tech and In-Person Services to Entire Bay Area

Tech Company Brings Community of Experts and Proven Amicable Divorce Platform to Even More Cities Across the Bay Area

SAN MATEO, CA--(Marketwired - Nov 26, 2014) - Wevorce, a company that offers an innovative technology platform and five step process to make every divorce amicable, announced today it's expanding its services in the Bay Area, opening new offices in Oakland, Davis, and Monterey, which is in addition to its current San Mateo headquarters. Wevorce now offers its services to families in the Salinas, Monterey, San Jose, Berkeley, Oakland, Alameda, San Francisco, San Francisco Peninsula, Davis, and Sacramento areas.

Wevorce is a technology company dedicated to changing divorce for good by keeping families out of court. Trained mediators and counselors with Wevorce focus on the emotional, financial and legal implications that are inevitable in every divorce. With a step-by-step approach, Wevorce helps couples divorce amicably using web-based technology to automate the paperwork, along with a community of trained attorney mediators to help untangle the complex issues and mitigate the mental anguish and financial burden of divorce, all at a fraction of the costs of a traditional divorce.

Wevorce has saved its clients over $2 million in legal fees this year alone. Through the divorce archetypes it has developed, Wevorce can predict the costs and steps families need to take to settle their divorce with 97% accuracy, and it costs one-third of a typical divorce (the national avg. is $27,000). More than 300 families have been through the Wevorce process to date, and in 2014, Wevorce kept 100% of its families out of court.

Leading the Bay Area team as a Certified Wevorce Architect is Stewart Levine, a well-known thought leader in Alternative Dispute Resolution. Levine is the author of 3 books : Getting to Resolution: Turning Conflict into Collaboration, The Book of Agreement: 10 Essential Elements for Getting the Results You Want, Collaboration 2.0: Technology and Tools for Collaboration in a Web 2.0 World.  His models for problem solving, collaboration and conflict resolution are used in many Fortune 100 Organizations and have been endorsed by countless thought leaders including the House Judiciary Committee; 3M; American Express; Chevron; Con-Agra; EDS; General Motors; Harvard Law School; Oracle; Safeco; University of San Francisco; U.S. Departments of Agriculture; and the Navy. Also joining as Certified Wevorce Architects are Gillian Brady, Emily Doskow, Sara Sturtevant, and Susanna Tuan.

"Divorce is not a legal problem, it's much more complex, and is in fact the second most stressful event in a person's life," said Michelle Crosby, CEO and Co-Founder of Wevorce. "We are building out our team of Certified Wevorce Architects and bringing our technology and in-person expertise to more cities throughout the U.S., so we can make bitter, adversarial and costly divorces a thing of the past."

About Wevorce
Wevorce is disrupting the $30 billion market for divorce services with an innovative technology platform and step-by-step family-centric mediation process designed to make every divorce amicable. The company was born out of founder Michelle Crosby's own traumatic experience as a child of divorce. The Wevorce technology platform and methodology have been proven to ensure a better outcome for families, both during and after their divorce. Based in the Bay Area, Wevorce is venture backed by Y Combinator, Foundation Capital and others. Visit

Wevorce is a trademark of Wevorce, Inc. in the United States and other countries.

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