Tax-Cut Creators Open Divorce Site

How's this for a change of heart? The creators of the first do-it-yourself tax preparing software, Kiplinger's popular Tax-Cut, have opened up a new Web site devoted to anyone seeking information and assistance for a divorce.

The new site by Daniel Caine and Wendell Smith is called Split-Up.com. The site enables visitors to find information on divorce with research, news and other materials, and encourages visitors to use software, calculators and other tools to help settle your own divorce.

The site even has discussion groups and a state-by-state explanation of laws related to divorce.

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