Author: Rebecca Jones

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About the author Rebecca has a background in family law and has also been through her own divorce. Rebecca is fantastic at offering pragmatic advice and is a fountain of knowledge when it comes to the legalities around divorce and separation.
How to remain amicable if you’re using ‘unreasonable behaviour’ to divorce

How to remain amicable if you’re using ‘unreasonable behaviour’ to divorce

Are you using ‘unreasonable behaviour’ as the reason to divorce? This blog will give you some information and tips that’[...]

5 Negotiation Tips to Help you Settle your Divorce

5 Negotiation Tips to Help you Settle your Divorce

Read our negotiation tips to help you settle your divorce yourselves. We’ve also included some things to watch out for t[...]

Benefits post-divorce: what you need to know

Benefits post-divorce: what you need to know

When you physically separate and go to living in a one adult household, it’s helpful to maximise any benefits post-divor[...]

Telling friends and family you’re getting divorced

Telling friends and family you’re getting divorced

Telling friends and family you’re getting divorced for most people, is a frightening prospect. Being worried about peopl[...]

How much does divorce cost?

How much does divorce cost?

Divorce has a reputation for being expensive, but fees don’t have to rise through the roof. Luckily, there are plenty of[...]

Legal separation vs divorce – what’s the difference?

Legal separation vs divorce – what’s the difference?

Confusingly a legal separation is different to a separation agreement. A legal separation (Judicial) is the process of g[...]

My ex, their new partner and our kids – six tips for co-parenting when your ex has a new partner

My ex, their new partner and our kids – six tips for co-parenting when your ex has a new partner

As a single parent, I always knew that my ex would want to introduce his new partner to our children once we were divorc[...]

How to share assets in a divorce

How to share assets in a divorce

Splitting your assets (and your debts) when you decide to divorce can feel overwhelming. However, a few simple steps can[...]

Can’t afford to buy your own home after separating? A new type of mortgage could make things easier

Can’t afford to buy your own home after separating? A new type of mortgage could make things easier

A big consideration, when parting ways, is where each of you is going to live.  If you have a low income (or no income a[...]

18 Point Checklist for an amicable Divorce

18 Point Checklist for an amicable Divorce

Wondering how to get divorced? The process can seem daunting and complicated, but it doesn’t have to be. We’ve put toget[...]

Reasons for divorce

Reasons for divorce

Not sure what the reasons for divorce are? In England and Wales, there are five reasons you can use to get a divorce. He[...]

Father’s Day and divorce – How to make the most out of the day

Father’s Day and divorce – How to make the most out of the day

If you are a Dad going through divorce or separation this Father’s Day, the day can feel bittersweet depending on your s[...]

Divorce Grounds: What are they and do I have them?

Divorce Grounds: What are they and do I have them?

In England and Wales, you must be married at least a year and have divorce grounds to legally end your marriage. In this[...]

Christmas, Divorce and Separated Parenting

Christmas, Divorce and Separated Parenting

Welcome to the amicable guide to Christmas, divorce and separated parenting. If it’s your first Christmas as separated p[...]

Father’s Day – 5 Tips for separated parents

Father’s Day – 5 Tips for separated parents

Father’s Day, or any commemorative day for that matter, can feel especially tricky when you’re in the process of separat[...]



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