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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[...]

Read this before you send that text to your ex

Read this before you send that text to your ex

The journey through a divorce or separation brings a range of emotions from shock, fear, anger relief and eventual accep[...]

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 Style Can Boost Your Confidence During Divorce

How Style Can Boost Your Confidence During Divorce

Jacynth Bassett, founder of The Bias Cut shares her tips on using style to boost your confidence during or post-divorce.[...]

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[...]

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[...]

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[...]

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[...]

6 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Getting Back With Your Ex

6 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Getting Back With Your Ex

Working out if a relationship is completely over versus going through a bad patch can be a difficult thing. Relationship[...]

Get involved with Grayson Perry’s new Channel 4 documentary

Get involved with Grayson Perry’s new Channel 4 documentary

amicable is working with Channel4 on a ground-breaking new documentary series with Turner Prize-winning artist Grayson P[...]

What to do with your weddings rings when your divorce is official

What to do with your weddings rings when your divorce is official

So you’ve decided to divorce, the Decree Absolute’s arrived but what do you do with your wedding rings now that your div[...]

Mother’s Day as a single parent

Mother’s Day as a single parent

Mother’s Day as a single parent, or any celebration day for that matter, can feel especially tricky when you’re separati[...]

How to get divorced if Christmas was the final straw

How to get divorced if Christmas was the final straw

In this blog, we set out how to get divorced amicably if Christmas has been the straw that’s broken the camel’s back. My[...]

Guest blogger Alexa’s thoughts on co-parenting with the worst kind of ex: The narcissist

Guest blogger Alexa’s thoughts on co-parenting with the worst kind of ex: The narcissist

At amicable, our mission is help separating parents divorce with minimal conflict and work together for the sake of thei[...]



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