Web Tips & Links
Miles from the library? The only time you have to research equality in marriage is in the middle of the night? Want an answer right now? The Internet offers an incredible array of resources. Here are some of our favorites.
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Some links we like:
Good basic information and an online course, called “Money 101”, from Money Magazine.
Suze Orman shares information online.
Information to help you educate yourself about financial matters and manage your financial health.
Up-to-date financial information, free newsletter, and selection on personal finance with sections on finances during marriage and divorce.
Offers FAQS, legal encyclopedia and dictionary, research tips. Special sections on marriage and living together, divorce and caring for children.
A legal subject index, state law resources, news and reference library, consultants and experts, directories.
This site, while directed towards attorneys, has information and articles on the interpretation and application of child support guidelines. It includes links to child support and enforcement guidelines if every state in U.S. Links to online child support calculators are also included.
“Preparing for Divorce” and other helpful information relating to divorce.
Solid, sometimes sensitive and often irreverent advice.
Articles on mediation, money, time with the children, law and the art of negotiation with lists of support services, recommended reading, self-help groups and health tips.
Interactive bulletin boards on individual state issues, custody and visitation, financial issues and domestic violence plus state-by-state resource center, answers to commonly asked family law questions and links to reading material.
Financial, legal and psychological aspects of divorce and mediation and a professional referral section.
Source for local divorce professionals, national and state-by-state resources, recommended reading.
NOW Legal Defense and Education Fund offers legal docket, timeline of precedent-setting cases and fact sheets on women’s rights issues.
Women/ Mother Specific
The Feminist Majority Foundation supplies background on some of the issues women face.
“An Empowerment Place” – information on topics from computing to health to poetry.
Information, education, support, and advocacy for stepfamilies and those who work with them.
Children’s Rights Council
Formed in 1983, this nonprofit works to keep both parents involved in their children’s lives regardless of marital status. Resources, articles and yearly conferences.
Resources and information for fathers. The website for The National Fathers’ Resource Center.
National Congress for Fathers and Children, Inc. “Your Nationwide Advocate for Equal Parental Responsibility and Protector of the Father-Child Relationship.”
Separated Parenting Access Center
SPARC has resources, forums and chat rooms for fathers faced with divorce. Their goal is it ensure that children of divorce have access to both parents.
Information on marriage enrichment courses and tips on improving you marriage.
Information and advice on everything from proposals to stages of marriage to difficult times.
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