By: Amanda Brandeis
Nov 10, 2020
LOS ANGELES – Divorce is rarely easy and the process has been made even more complicated during the pandemic.
“It’s a really hard thing to do alone,” said Bob Vona, founder and CEO of Vesta. “Through COVID, it makes it tremendously more difficult because all the other stressors and burdens of losing jobs or dealing with kids at home 24 hours a day, educating them.”
Vesta: A New Vision for Divorce was created to empower people to make sound, rational and healthy decisions before signing on the dotted line of their divorce, says Vona.
Vona and his two co-founders have all been impacted by the many hardships of divorce, with one founder spending over $150,000 in legal fees during her five-year divorce.
“Most people are not prepared for divorce,” said Vona.
With hubs around the country, Vesta divorce professionals provide free education. The teams are made up of attorneys, realtors, financial advisors, therapists, and divorce and parenting coaches.
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