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amicable’s Guide to Co-Parenting at Christmas

amicable’s Guide to Co-Parenting at Christmas

Is this your first Christmas as a separated parent? Not sure what to expect or how to handle your new family set-up. Thi[...]

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[...]

10 Divorce Myths

10 Divorce Myths

In 2017, the team at amicable has spoken to thousands of people about their divorce. We’ve heard some weird and wonderfu[...]

amicable raises angel investment to help more couples to separate amicably

amicable raises angel investment to help more couples to separate amicably

amicable is delighted to announce that we have successfully secured £472,260 from a remarkable group of angel investors.[...]

The effect of divorce on your mental health

The effect of divorce on your mental health

Divorce and separation is an emotional journey with legal and financial consequences. Whilst the legal and financial pro[...]

Divorce Day – 8th January 2018 – Fact or Fiction

Divorce Day – 8th January 2018 – Fact or Fiction

Families across the UK are enjoying the Christmas holidays, but some couples will not be joining in the festive cheer th[...]

Who keeps the cat? All your pet custody questions answered

Who keeps the cat? All your pet custody questions answered

In the UK, almost half of all households have pets, with the pet population at around 54 million.* That’s a lot of furry[...]

How to Rebuild Your Life After a Divorce

How to Rebuild Your Life After a Divorce

Regardless of whose decision it was to divorce, the end of a marriage can bring about a rollercoaster of unexpected feel[...]

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[...]

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[...]

Valentine’s Day – The Divorce Survival Guide

Valentine’s Day – The Divorce Survival Guide

Here it comes again, Valentine’s Day; the day when the whole world seems to be loved up and happy. A weather girl will p[...]

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[...]

Top 10 Reasons for Divorce

Top 10 Reasons for Divorce

The latest stats from the Office for National Statistics show that unreasonable behaviour (one of the reasons you can us[...]

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[...]

Silver splitters: How a lifetime mortgage could help you separate in later life

Silver splitters: How a lifetime mortgage could help you separate in later life

Divorce in later life is on the up. Although (until last year) the overall divorce rate has been falling, for the last 2[...]



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