Wevorce

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Wevorce
Industry Legal
Founded 2012
Founder Michell Crosby
Headquarters Boise, Idaho
Website www.wevorce.com

Wevorce is an American mediation legal technology company specializing in amicable divorce.

Wevorce was co-founded by former attorney, Michelle Crosby, and marketing executive, Jeff Reynolds,[1] in 2012. The company was founded in Boise, Idaho, and relocated to the San Francisco Bay Area when it was selected to participate in Y Combinator, a Mountain View, California-based startup accelerator.[2] It returned to Boise in 2013 to build the company.[3] The company has raised $1.7 million in venture capital funding.[4]

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Wevorce uses alternative dispute resolution techniques combined with its own 5-step methodology[5] and technology.[6] The company's technology reduce's the cost of divorce to between $1,800 to $10,000, about one-third the national average of a typical divorce.[7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Founder Stories: Michelle Crosby, Wevorce (YC W13)". blog.ycombinator.com. Y Combinator.
  2. ^ "There's a startup that will help you get divorced super fast, and it just raised $3 million". Business Insider. Retrieved 2018-08-13.
  3. ^ Rich, Nathaniel. "Silicon Valley's Start-Up Machine". New York Times.
  4. ^ Taylor, Colleen. "Wevorce Gets $1.7 Million To Use Technology To Make Divorce Less Messy". Tech Crunch.
  5. ^ "Wevorce Homepage".
  6. ^ Casserly, Meghan. "Can This Y Combinator Startup's Technology Keep Couples Out of Divorce Court?". Forbes. Retrieved 20 August 2013.
  7. ^ "New Website 'Wevorce' Eases Grueling Divorce Process". ABC News. Retrieved 23 July 2014.