We help you get smart with your divorce
We are committed to bringing you the most accurate and actionable advice so you can confidently make the decisions that impact all facets of your life.
What we do at Survive Divorce
We offer free tools and resources to empower you to make smart decisions before, during and after divorce.
We’ve all heard the statistic. Half of all marriages end in divorce. But not yours. Yours is different…..until it’s not.
And for a long time, people have been forced to navigate some of the biggest decisions of their life without a whole lot of clarity.
We’re committed to changing that. Our comprehensive tools and resources help guide you through this challenging transition.
How we do it
It’s simple. You’re our top priority. The guidance we offer, information we provide, and tools we develop are objective and straightforward.
Meet our Founder
Jason Crowley, CFA, CFP®, CDFA®
Jason Crowley is a divorce financial strategist, personal finance expert, and entrepreneur.
Having spent nearly a decade advising divorcing clients, Jason came to the realization that just about everyone facing divorce craves information, inspiration, and community. Jason and his team started Survive Divorce to meet this growing need.
We understand that you’re looking for clear, practical advice on navigating your divorce. You want straightforward answers that you can trust. But that’s not all. You also want to hear stories – the good, the bad, and the ugly – about personal experiences getting through divorce and moving on to the next chapter.
That’s why we’ve assembled a phenomenal team of writers and contributors with diverse backgrounds. Some have extensive professional experience in divorce finance, financial planning, or family law. Others have a background in journalism and a knack for finding qualified legal experts to provide reliable information on how divorce works in your state. Still others have been through divorce personally and open up to share their stories and personal experiences.
You can read more about our contributors here.
How we Keep the Lights On
So how do we make money? In some cases, we receive compensation when someone clicks to apply, or gets approved for a financial product through our site. However, we make every effort to ensure this in no way affects our recommendations or advice. We’re on your side, even if it means we don’t make a cent.
Because we are not a government agency, we receive no subsidized funding from any public entity. We’re financed through start-up capital, on-site advertising, affiliate revenues, and solicitor compensation.
While we may work with certain private party providers, our editorial content is uninfluenced by those partners or any outside organization. To give you the best possible answers, if you ask for a referral, we may put you in touch with certain subject matter experts such as family law attorneys, Certified Divorce Financial Analysts, financial advisors, mortgage professionals, etc. In some case, we may be compensated by them.
While we like to think we’re totally unbiased, we’re probably kidding ourselves. Our founder is the first to admit: “I like to think we’re the best at what we do. And I’m not shy about sharing that.” So fair warning: you might see some shameless self-promotion (Divorce Mortgage Advisors, Divorce Capital Planning, etc).
Have a question? Want to provide some feedback? We’d love to hear from you. The best way to get in touch with us is to send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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