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  • Wevorce growing, will focus on more relationship stages

    Wevorce CEO Michelle Crosby says the Boise tech startup that offers a less expensive, less stressful option for divorce is growing. The next stage for Wevorce is to offer resources to couples in all relationship stages, from creating marriage or cohabitation agreements to maintaining the union and staying together, or separating or divorcing.

Wevorce CEO Michelle Crosby says the Boise tech startup that offers a less expensive, less stressful option for divorce is growing. The next stage for Wevorce is to offer resources to couples in all relationship stages, from creating marriage or cohabitation agreements to maintaining the union and staying together, or separating or divorcing. Audrey Dutton adutton@idahostatesman.com
Wevorce CEO Michelle Crosby says the Boise tech startup that offers a less expensive, less stressful option for divorce is growing. The next stage for Wevorce is to offer resources to couples in all relationship stages, from creating marriage or cohabitation agreements to maintaining the union and staying together, or separating or divorcing. Audrey Dutton adutton@idahostatesman.com

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UPDATED July 29, 2016 01:45 PM

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