Can You Really Have an “Amicable” Divorce? find out with Amicable Divorce Network Founder, Tracy Ann Moore-Grant, on the Divorce & Beyond Podcast
Can You Really Have an ”Amicable” Divorce? Find Out How with the Founder of the Amicable Divorce Network, Tracy Moore-Grant on Divorce & Beyond #245
Jul 11th, 2022 by divorceandbeyond
On this week’s episode, Host, Susan Guthrie sits down to chat with Attorney Tracy Moore-Grant, the founder of The Amicable Divorce Network, to discuss what an “amicable” divorce really is and what you need to know to have one!
Most everyone says that they want to have an “amicable divorce” but what does that really mean? Do you have to be the best of friends to have an amicable divorce? Can your divorce be complicated but still amicable?
Tracy Moore-Grant has the answers to these questions and many more and believe us, she is the right person to ask! Tracy is one of the co-founders of The Amicable Divorce Network, a curated and vetted community of divorce professionals who are dedicated to helping people to divorce amicably. Tracy herself is an experienced divorce attorney who has a reputation among her colleagues as “the Divorce Whisperer” and for years has been brought into litigation cases that have gone sideways, gotten out of control and more to help them resolve quickly and set aside the conflict that is weighing everyone down.
Some Golden Nuggets you will find in this episode:
- 3 things to consider to know if you can have an amicable divorce.
- What you need to ask attorney in the consult to help you have an amicable divorce (Free Checklist on website: www.divorceamicably.com.)
- Why you need to understand that the path you choose for your divorce has a great deal to do with whether it will be amicable or not.
- Why considering where you want to be at the end of your divorce can help you choose your process.
The fact is, your future after divorce is greatly impacted by whether or not your divorce is amicable – this episode is simply a MUST!