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The Divorce Podcast

The Divorce Podcast

Introducing, the Divorce Podcast, hosted by amicable's Co-founder Kate Daly. The podcast aims to address divorce in the [...]

Juggling the holidays after divorce - A child’s point of view

Juggling the holidays after divorce - A child’s point of view

Here are some thoughts from a child of divorce, on how to help your kids juggle the holidays with their divorced parents[...]

Co-Parenting over Christmas

Co-Parenting over Christmas

Marcie Shaoul shares her expertise on navigating the festive season with your co-parent.[...]

Ticking the 'financial box' on my divorce petition - what does it mean and should I tick yes or no?

Ticking the 'financial box' on my divorce petition - what does it mean and should I tick yes or no?

This very common question creates a lot of confusion and panic, this blog aims to explain what it means and to help you [...]

Divorce without lawyers – what you need to know

Divorce without lawyers – what you need to know

Many people assume you need a lawyer to divorce - you don't. Here are the pros and cons of doing divorce without lawyers[...]

Tenants in Common vs Joint Tenants – advice for cohabiting couples who are separating

Tenants in Common vs Joint Tenants – advice for cohabiting couples who are separating

This blog will help you if you're cohabiting with your partner, have property and are separating/separated. It will expl[...]

The Top 3 Common Law Myths You Should Know About

The Top 3 Common Law Myths You Should Know About

If you’re co-habiting and things go sour, you should protect yourselves by being aware of these three common myths when [...]

Marriage vs civil partnership - what’s the difference?

Marriage vs civil partnership - what’s the difference?

Looking for the key differences between marriage and entering into a civil partnership?’. We’ve listed some of the top o[...]

5 Tips for an amicable divorce – In the beginning…

5 Tips for an amicable divorce – In the beginning…

Whatever you do – don’t google Divorce. I’m serious – and don’t ask your divorced friends, colleagues or mum’s neighbour[...]

Preparing to cooperate – 5 more tips for an amicable divorce

Preparing to cooperate – 5 more tips for an amicable divorce

So the cat’s out of the bag… the separation is public. Friends, family & maybe children know what’s happening. Anger, hu[...]

#childrenfirst – more tips for an amicable divorce

#childrenfirst – more tips for an amicable divorce

Most people say when asked, putting children first is fundamental to good parenting. But what happens if as separating p[...]

Lawyers V Machines

Lawyers V Machines

In 1996, a speaker told The Law Society that in five years’ time the predominant method of communication between lawyer [...]

3 Tips for the Festive Season

3 Tips for the Festive Season

Christmas can be a tough time of year if you’ve recently separated. If you’ve been together for years and this is your f[...]

amicable featured in Legal Futures

amicable featured in Legal Futures

Legal Futures’ Nick Hilborne wrote about amicable today, here’s what he had to say: Amicable app’ aims to take some of t[...]

Is it over; should I leave?

Is it over; should I leave?

It’s that time of year… Christmas wasn’t the Waitrose/Morrisons advert you’d been hoping for and the strains of spending[...]



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