If you are stuck in overwhelm around the documents you need for your divorce, tune in for this helpful session. We’ll be talking about strategies for getting organized, and learning about a new platform that aims to simply and streamline the collecting and sharing of vital documents.

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Meet the Experts

Storey Jones, founder, dtour.life. After navigating her own complex divorce involving every unimaginable financial and emotional challenge, Storey was called to help others navigate the process. Her work assisting men and women to become more informed and supported also involved working closely with their divorce attorneys when necessary to help their clients be better prepared. Her experience opened her eyes to the enormous need for more efficiency, transparency and simplicity for both attorneys and clients in assembling data and making it accessible as needed.

Storey ultimately leveraged eleven years of consulting experience to build dtour.life, the first holistic end-to-end technology platform for divorce, to bring innovation and technology to the cumbersome and arcane family law practice.  

Shelley Klein provides family mediation through her private law practice, Divorced and Intact, as well as through the NY Legal Assistance Group (NYLAG). She began her career at Paul, Weiss in corporate litigation, clerked for a Federal court judge in Brooklyn, and worked extensively in social justice before starting her own family law practice in New York. She is the Associate Director of the Center for Institutional and Social Change (CISC) at Columbia Law School and the Assistant Director of the Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy (ISERP) at Columbia University.