Divorce Stigma Scholarship
Scholarship Sponsored by Atlanta Divorce Law Group
The Atlanta Divorce Law Group has worked with countless families through the most challenging times of their lives. Our attorneys have experience working through all aspects of divorce proceedings and see the strain it places on families. Despite the fact that many people view divorce as a negative situation, we believe in life Happily Ever After Divorce™. It is our mission to get rid of the stigma of divorce so people can make a real decision for their family's future that does not come from a place of guilt and shame. We believe that when guilt and shame run the show, families stay stuck in dysfunctional relationships rather than make a movement towards becoming a healthier and happier family that may be under a different framework than marriage but nonetheless still a family.
Through our experience, our attorneys see first hand how divorce can actually leave families happier and lead to positive lives post-divorce. The Atlanta Divorce Law Group is proud to hold The Divorce Stigma Scholarship, for another year, to hear students share their experience with divorce and how it differed from the negative stigma that surrounds divorce today. Share your story with us and explain how a divorce experience of a close friend or family member had positive effects on those involved.
The winner of the scholarship will be chosen based on the criteria outlined below and will be awarded this $1,000 award to pursue their education.
The eligibility requirements for The Divorce Stigma Scholarship are as follows:
A) Applicants must be currently enrolled or about to attend an accredited community college, undergraduate, or graduate program within the United States
B) Applicants must have a minimum current GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
The applicant must write a 750-word essay explaining how a divorce experience produced a positive outcome for those involved.
A complete application for this scholarship will include:
A) A Resume
B) A current academic transcript (with clearly visible Cumulative GPA)
C) A 750-word essay describing a divorce that had a positive outcome for those involved as opposed to the negative experience that is usually associated with divorce.