A+ Advice Standalone: How Do You Deal With Divorce When Your Ex’s Family is More Supportive?

Welcome to a special standalone edition of Into the A+ Advice Box where we take a question that we think might benefit many people to read. Here, we have a question from a member going through the early stages of divorce, and we thought that yes, we should answer this as a standalone, especially because so little queer divorce content exists! Thank you for your support as A+ members. As always, the A+ box publishes on the first and third Friday of each month, with the first A+ advice box for questions on any topic and the second advice box for questions on a theme. November's theme is fears and anxieties. Get your questions in by Monday November 8!

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I’m in the early stages of divorce mediation, deep in the financial weeds. Do you have any advice or thoughts on the ways class/culture differences affect divorce? My future-ex-wife has her family and their support. I’m kinda SOL.

Things are moving fast on this train, so I’m hoping there might be some tidbits to help me on this...

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