Wevorce Gets $1.7 Million To Use Technology To Make Divorce Less Messy

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Divorce is known for bringing out the worst in people. And while ending a marriage is never going to be painless, the people at a startup called Wevorce believe that it doesn’t have to be as ugly as it often is — and that the status quo divorce process creates unnecessary conflict. According to Wevorce, technology and social science can be used to ease the stresses of the divorce process, and potentially make every divorce an amicable one.

It’s an ambitious but very worthy goal, given how many people are unfortunately affected by divorce nowadays. And now, the company has landed some new funding to help make it a reality.

Wevorce is announcing today that it’s taken on $1.7 million in a new seed funding round from investors including Foundation Capital and Sam Altman. This brings the total invested in Wevorce, which launched out of Y Combinator in…

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