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When will ‘No Fault Divorce’ become law?

When will ‘No Fault Divorce’ become law?

You may have seen the recent media coverage about ‘no fault’ divorce and the planned changes to divorce laws in England [...]

Mediation or amicable Negotiation – What’s the difference?

Mediation or amicable Negotiation – What’s the difference?

What's the difference between mediation and amicable's negotiation support? Find out here.[...]

Introducing new partners to your ex partner after divorce

Introducing new partners to your ex partner after divorce

Advice from co-parenting expert, Marcie Shaoul, on how to introduce new partners to your blended family after divorce / [...]

Why is my divorce taking so long?

Why is my divorce taking so long?

The legal process of divorcing or ending a civil partnership takes longer than most people realise. The average time it [...]

Divorced Dads: Turn Father's Day Inside Out

Divorced Dads: Turn Father's Day Inside Out

Father's Day is supposed to be a holiday where Dads everywhere get celebrated by their nearest and dearest, where they g[...]

Lara's story: Things I wish I knew before I got divorced

Lara's story: Things I wish I knew before I got divorced

Divorce is such an alien experience. Our world is turned upside down and inside out, and we often find ourselves reacti[...]

What is a Decree Nisi?

What is a Decree Nisi?

If you are legally ending your marriage by divorcing or ending your civil partnership through a dissolution in England a[...]

Quotes about divorce and separation

Quotes about divorce and separation

Here is amicable’s pick of the most inspiring, positive and helpful quotes out there about divorce and separation. Share[...]

3 tips to help you communicate with your ex as you separate or divorce

3 tips to help you communicate with your ex as you separate or divorce

Communication with your ex during a divorce or separation can be fraught and full of stress. When you are caught in a c[...]

Childcare arrangements after separation

Childcare arrangements after separation

Adjusting to your new family set up post-separation can be challenging. You may not get it right first time, and things [...]

No fault divorce - what you need to know

No fault divorce - what you need to know

David Gauke, Secretary of State for Justice and Lord Chancellor confirmed today that divorce laws will change and ‘no-fa[...]

Books for co-parents after divorce or separation

Books for co-parents after divorce or separation

Finding the right advice for you and your family can be a challenge, especially if you’re separating or separated. Ther[...]

Changing back to your maiden name after divorce

Changing back to your maiden name after divorce

Guidance on how to change back to your maiden name after a divorce / civil partnership dissolution.[...]

Three ways to find out how much your property is worth when you separate

Three ways to find out how much your property is worth when you separate

You need to have an idea of the value of the property before you start talking about how you will split your finances wh[...]

How to handle Mothers’ Day as a single parent – tips for Mums and Dads

How to handle Mothers’ Day as a single parent – tips for Mums and Dads

It’s impossible to escape the media hype about Mothers’ Day, and when you’re separated and going through a divorce, it c[...]



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