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Complete control over all aspects of your divorce agreement
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Privacy that cannot be found in a public courtroom
All at the fraction of the cost of traditionally litigated cases
Cynthia Patton

My name is Cynthia Patton. I’m a lawyer and a Georgia Supreme Court Registered Neutral (Mediator). I’ve practiced divorce and family law in Georgia for more than 15 years.

We've worked with, listened to, and learned from families just like yours to create Discerning Divorce!

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The Three Membership Levels

Which is right for me?

Basic

$499 — Single User (30 days)
  • comprehensive & practical education
  • review of your many options
  • settle your own issues or be your attorney's best client
  • download necessary forms
  • 24/7 access to relevant resources & information

Advanced

$2499 — Two Users (90 days)
  • everything in Basic plus…
  • guidance from an experienced, certified neutral mediator to facilitate your negotiations via video conference sessions
  • helpful checklists and reminders along the way
  • customized fillable forms
  • your own Docent will guide you through the process

Premier

$4499 — Two Users (120 days)
  • everything in Advanced plus…
  • guidance from a financial counselor
  • guidance from a family/child counselor

Survey

How many people blame their partner for causing the divorce?
Answer % of users chose this answer
37% 28.57%
51% 42.86%
63% 9.52%
86% 9.52%
92% 4.76%
100% 4.76%

The answer

People were asked about their divorce experiences in a 2004 study. Maybe you won’t be surprised to learn that 86% (nearly all of them) blamed their partner for causing the divorce. This is valuable information. You might be blaming your partner, but remember, it’s just as likely that your partner is blaming you. No wonder you might be having trouble working things out! Focusing on the reasons for divorce, on your anger, on blaming or finding fault with your partner, are very normal reactions. But if you get stuck there, you will have a really hard time trying to settle your differences and move on. I promise you that things will go better if you try to change your focus as you work your way through the process.