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The Divorce with Dignity Network Invites Mediators to Join the DWD Network

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““Our system helps mediators grow a divorce business using proven methods and marketing strategies,” states Cindy Elwell, founder of the Divorce with Dignity Network.”
The Divorce with Dignity Network, with a proven track record for helping legal and mediator professionals add divorce services to their business offerings, is seeking a select group of mediators through Texas and Ohio to join the Divorce with Dignity Network.

San Rafael, California. April 17, 2014 – The Divorce with Dignity Network, with a proven track record for helping legal and mediatory professionals add divorce services to their business offerings, is seeking a select group of mediators through Texas and Ohio to join the Divorce with Dignity Network. Our Network offers mediators a proven system to build their practice by either growing their current offerings or creating an additional profit center. We are also offering an incentive to make it easier for them to start their own practice. “Our system helps mediators grow a divorce business using proven methods and marketing strategies,” states Cindy Elwell, founder of the Divorce with Dignity Network.

To help mediators start their business, the first mediator to join the Divorce With Dignity Network in each state will receive an incentive of $1,000. In addition, anyone who refers a mediator to the Network, will receive a referral fee of $500 if their referral joins the Network.

Divorce With Dignity is known for helping legal professionals have a successful practice so they can assist their clients achieve a divorce without litigation. The Company is expanding nationally and currently seeking mediators in Texas and Ohio. Our Network is composed of divorce professionals, such as mediators, paralegals or lawyers, who meet the requirements of their state.

Download the Divorce with Dignity Network FREE ebooks “How to Run a Successful Peaceful Divorce Business” and “The Benefits of becoming a DWD Provider” at www.peacefuldivorcebusiness.com/ebooks

To learn more about the rebate for new applicants to the Divorce with Dignity Network, connect with us at info@dwdignity.com

About the Divorce with Dignity Network:

The Divorce with Dignity Network offers a proven method and a superior lifestyle opportunity for those professionals seeking their own business or it can create a new value-add and incremental revenue center to an existing business. Our Divorce with Dignity Providers are all legal professionals such as mediators, paralegals or lawyers, who meet the requirements of their state. We help legal professionals across the United States own and operate a successful peaceful divorce services business.

Find out more at www.peacefuldivorcebusiness.com, fan us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/DivorceWithDignityNetwork, or on Twitter at https://twitter.com/dwdignity

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Company Name: Divorce With Dignity Network, Inc.
Contact Person: Diana Bourgeois, Marketing Director
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Phone: 760-459-1730
City: San Rafael
State: California
Country: United States
Website: http://peacefuldivorcebusiness.com/

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