Here are some helpful resources and links to help you and your clients through the separation/divorce process.

American Bar Association Lawyer Referral Directory

The American Bar Association Lawyer Referral Directory allows you to select a state to view information about lawyer referral programs in that state.

Understanding how annuities and structured settlements work can be extremely difficult -- but not nearly as difficult as a divorce.

Association for Conflict Resolution

Association for Conflict Resolution – Information about Alternative Dispute Resolution, including mediation and arbitration.

Bankruptcy Information and Assistance (Canada)

Hoyes Michalos & Associates are experts in bankruptcy, consumer proposals and all Ontario debt management options.

Canadian Law List

The Canadian Law List provides access to a comprehensive listing of Canadian lawyers and judges and the types of industries law firms represent.

Child Support Guidelines (USA)

Comprehensive Resource for the Interpretation and Application of Child Support Guidelines in the United States.

Child Support Guidelines (Canada)

The guideline tables are presented by province and territory of residence to reflect slight differences in provincial and territorial tax rates. Please refer to Step 4 of the booklet Federal Child Support Guidelines: Step-by-Step to help you select the appropriate table.


Information about Collaborative Divorce and Team Training

Debt, Credit Reports and Repair, Consumer Proposals, Bankruptcy (Canada)

This online tool from the Government of Canada will help you fully understand your debt problems and some options that are available to you, regardless of your level of debt and to whom you are indebted.

Divorce 360 provides help, advice and community
for people contemplating, going through or recovering from divorce and the issues around it - custody, child support, alimony and litigation.

Divorce ONLINE

Divorce Online provides free articles and information on the financial, legal, psychological, real-estate, and other aspects of divorce. Additionally, you can turn to the Professional Referral section of Divorce Online to locate professional assistance near you.


Divorce Magazine is the Internet's leading divorce and separation resource site, providing information and advice about divorce law, divorce lawyers, family law, children and divorce, and other divorce-related issues as well as information on divorce professionals such as family lawyers and online divorce. At Divorce Magazine, we realize that going through a divorce is a very delicate matter, and we're here to help you through the divorce and separation process.


Divorce Central offers help, support, and information, and to give separated and divorced individuals the opportunity to communicate with others who are in various stages of decision-making, mourning, mediating, settling, or litigating.


Divorce Headquarters is a source for divorce issues including attorneys/lawyers, mediators, alimony, child support, child custody, visitation, separation agreements, financial, divorce services, free child support calculator, and more.


Divorce "Survival Tools," information, and helpful resources.

Divorce Law

The Divorce Law Information Center offers Do It Yourself Divorce, Automated Divorce Forms, Divorce Papers and Divorce Kits for the USA.


Articles about divorce, child custody, child support, family law, and a Divorce Lawyer Referral service.


Divorce Information by State/Province


The Divorce Support website provides divorce information on family law topics such as; divorce, child custody, visitation, child support, alimony and property division.

Family Mediation Canada

Family Mediation Canada is an interdisciplinary association of professionals, working together, creating a better way to provide for co-operative conflict resolution relating to families. You can search for a mediator in your area here.

Nolo Law for All

Publishers of Legal Self Help Books for the USA.

Self Counsel Press

Publishers of Canadian books, kits, and forms to help those who wish to prepare their own divorce applications since 1971.

The Women’s Institute for Financial Education ( is the oldest non-profit organization dedicated to providing financial education to women in their quest for financial independence.