The website gets global hits, and although I write from an American perspective, I realize that this advice may not apply to everyone, especially when it comes to the courts. As a result, I've compiled resources for multiple different countries with English-speaking populations. These websites can still be useful even if you're not from that region, but there will be some things specific to the country. For example, if you live in Canada, the court officer is pretty unlikely to shout "Bangun!" when the judge enters the court room. That's something specific to Singapore. If you belong to a country that is not listed here and would like resources for your region, please contact me and I'll do my best to find some specific to your area.
Offers great insights into dealing with divorce. It also goes through court proceedings in the UK, which is very helpful.
Offers information about Cafcass and family courts.
This is a really great website that offers an insightful video, free phone number to call for advice, and a secure online diary to journal in, plus much more.
Offers separate interactive sections for children, teens/pre-teens, parents, and professionals in British Columbia. Also offered in French.
CHaT First, which stands for "Children and Teens First" is a website from Australia with separate sections for kids, teens, and parents. There's also a section called "Legal Stuff" with advice for teens living in Australia on the court system there.
Offers an interactive journey with advice about either divorce or family violence, with separate sections with kids and teens. It's a pretty awesome website no matter your country - like I said, some of the courtroom advice won't apply, but it's still a great resource.
Provides only the basic terminology and information about divorce in South Africa, unfortunately little specific to teens.
I couldn't find any resources for teens with divorced parents in India, so I just included a link about general divorces in India. Again, if you know of another resource, please let me know so I can add it here.
This link leads to information for teens coming to family court in New Zealand about what to expect. Overall, it's a really helpful, important resource that can help you assert your rights as your parents divorce.
Believe it or not, key parts of this website have been translated into Lithuanian (with my permission) for use in helping children and teens over there. I haven't the slightest knowledge of Lithuanian, but should you have such knowledge and wish for country-specific information, this is an excellent resource.