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Amicable Divorce

Amicable Divorce

This unique directory offers access to the right people at the right times

to make sure your children stay at the heart of your family

even as your family changes form

 

You are in the right place, whether you need some general divorce advice or to talk directly to divorce solicitors, access a clean break divorce or negotiate your spousal maintenance or a civil partnership dissolution – perhaps using a family mediator or collaborative divorce, practiced by specially trained divorce lawyers who keep you from having to go to court.

You can reduce the cost of divorce by using family mediation or divorce solicitors and getting expert advice from counsellors, coaches and financial advisors – which will all make coping with the divorce far easier and guide you how to divorce amicably.

 

“Any intelligent fool can make things bigger, more complex, and more violent. It takes a touch of genius — and a lot of courage — to move in the opposite direction.” – Albert Einstein



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Just so you know.....

This directory is part of my ongoing crusade to help families avoid wasting their money on adversarial divorce, and guiding them (and this is a free service) towards less expensive, more family-focused methods to move through the life-change that is divorce.

Feel free to register for our complimentary no-strings-attached advice available from www.alternativedivorceguide.com - but I'll remind you to do that in a minute as first of all.......

 

Divorce can result in enormous costs and create emotional upheaval - but much of that can be avoided simply by talking to the right people at the right time.  As the Alternative Divorce Guide - independent of lawyers or any other profession - I guide families towards the best ways to avoid an adversarial divorce, and this has brought me positive press and TV coverage in the UK, and I am a guest blogger on both the UK and US Huffington Post.

This online directory is complimentary and many of the experts on this site offer free initial introductory calls/skype sessions, to help you understand exactly what services you really need, and at what point in the process you need them!

I created the first UK Divorce Expos in 2010 and the SOS Starting Over Shows have spun off into offering Divorce Advice from the experts in this Alternative Divorce Directory - all part of helping educate people on how to avoid adversarial divorce.

More and more people are turning away from adversarial divorce and finding a path towards healthy co-parenting, sustainable financial settlements and hope for the future.  This online directory is part of how I aim to guide people away from high costs and unhappy broken families - towards making the right choices and creating happy extended families.

 

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Suzy Miller: Creator of CoParenting in a Box and Alternative Divorce Guide


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So now you may be ready to talk to divorce solicitors, find out how to access that clean break divorce or negotiate your spousal maintenance.  Our experts can help you with a civil partnership dissolution and offer divorce advice - whether you decide to use family mediation or divorce lawyers who practice collaborative divorce - so you can discover how to divorce amicably by avoiding going to court.

You can substantially cut the cost of divorce and using divorce solicitors and get expert divorce advice from a wide and holistic range of experts - not just a family mediator, but also  from counsellors, coaches and financial advisors - which will all make coping with the divorce a less stressful - and less expensive - experience.

 

 

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Wallowing in Misery, or Wading Through to the Other Side? By Vivienne Smith

Posted by on 10:25 am in Coaching support through divorce, Divorce Advice, Divorce Advice and articles, Relationship Breakdown, Useful articles Wellbeing | 0 comments

Wallowing in Misery, or Wading Through to the Other Side?  By Vivienne Smith

  There are so many ways to cope with the loss of a relationship, but some of them will just leave you feeling worse.   In this interview with Transformation Coach and author of “The Single Mum’s Survival Guide“, Vivienne Smith shares a few examples or how we deal with relationship breakdown, and what better choices we can make:     Denial   You assure everyone you are fine but you realise that you are drinking too much, eating too much or laughing just a little too loudly. You may even be dating...

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Protecting your privacy after your divorce from social media harrassment: Karen Bashford

Posted by on 10:42 am in Coaching support through divorce, Divorce Advice, Divorce Advice and articles, Shared Stories, Useful articles Wellbeing, wellbeing and coaching | 0 comments

Protecting your privacy after your divorce from social media harrassment: Karen Bashford

Is your Ex following you through social media and the internet? Social media is a wonderful tool for staying in contact, finding clients and suppliers, and on a social level, sharing informative and fun videos. But there is also a dark side to social media – one that as a divorcee you need to be aware of. I discovered how vulnerable I was to my horror, when my ex of 22 years used social media and my website to harass me. It is not pleasant to receive an email or comments on a blog from someone you thought dead and buried in the past. I...

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Is divorce the right choice? by Karen Bashford

Posted by on 3:21 pm in Coaching support through divorce, Divorce Advice, Divorce Advice and articles, Useful articles Wellbeing | 1 comment

Is divorce the right choice? by Karen Bashford

  The Four Stages of Divorce   There are 4 stages to a divorce – the initial decision of should I or shouldn’t I?  Telling your partner… Sorting out the practicalities of a divorce… And finally the divorce itself.   Each stage has an impact on you both emotionally – and financially.  All four stages can be supported by a qualified coach to make each stage less challenging and to ensure that you make the right decisions.   First stage of divorce   What triggers the first stage of the divorce...

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Divorce and Faith

Posted by on 9:00 am in Coaching support through divorce, Divorce Advice, Divorce Advice and articles, Useful articles Wellbeing | 0 comments

Divorce and Faith

  Life Coach Zina Arinze talks about the conflicts between Faith and Divorce, if your faith says that divorce is ‘wrong’.  How do you deal with that?     “I believe most Christians agree that marriage is supposed to be forever. But when you find yourself separated, divorced or going through the process, how do you deal with the aftermath?”     A Divorced Christian Single Mum, Zina Arinze, has struggled with this dilemma, and learned so much from the process that she now coaches other women...

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Fixed-Price Mediations – will they become the norm?

Posted by on 7:26 am in Divorce Advice, Divorce Advice and articles, Divorce and Family Mediation, Legal Articles: Divorce, Useful articles Law | 0 comments

Fixed-Price Mediations – will they become the norm?

  “A Serious Lack of Transparency”   This was the conclusion of recent research into the cost of legal services.  Perhaps one of the best ways to help clients manage their finances in the divorce arena, is to offer more fixed-price services.  This has been seen as difficult in the divorce arena, where costs can easily spiral, but Fixed-Fee Mediations are now beginning to be offered by client-focused law firms.   Family Mediator Samantha Jago of RHW Solicitors in Guildford, Surrey, talks here about...

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Can Arbitration ‘rescue’ a mediation going off the rails?

Posted by on 9:54 am in Divorce Advice, Divorce Advice and articles, divorce arbitration, Legal Articles: Divorce, Useful articles Law | 0 comments

Can Arbitration ‘rescue’ a mediation going off the rails?

  Rather than throwing your hands up in despair when a series of mediations look ready to collapse, and rail against the inability of the couple to decide on one specific area that they just ‘got stuck on’ – then why not give that couple the opportunity to let an Arbitrator decide for them? Not only do they stay out of court, but they also could continue the mediation process after that sticky patch was dealt with.  Doesn’t that not seem a sensible option? But how many mediating couples today who hit that...

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It’s not just about talking to lawyers when divorcing……

Posted by on 6:57 am in Coaching support through divorce, Divorce Advice, Divorce Advice and articles, Divorce Counselling, Financial Divorce Advice, Parenting Advice, Short Films, Useful articles Wellbeing | 0 comments

It’s not just about talking to lawyers when divorcing……

  You are not alone:   Did you know that even though swans usually mate for life, sometimes they still ‘divorce’? Divorce & family breakup is an emotional & psychological journey, more than a legal & financial one.   What you feel will directly effect how you act: your pain, anger, fear or sense of hopelessness is all quite natural.       How do I keep myself sane through all this?   I think we all go a little crazy during big life changes like divorce & separation, so first of all...

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Weapons of War – children and divorce

Posted by on 6:46 am in Coaching support through divorce, Divorce Advice, Divorce Advice and articles, Parenting Advice, Useful articles Wellbeing | 0 comments

Weapons of War – children and divorce

  Will divorce really harm my children?   No-one wants their kids to be used as weapons in an adversarial divorce – yet so many families fall into that trap. Your children can grow up as happy as everyone else’s kids – despite the divorce.  But let’s be aware of the consequences if we get it wrong…..   Listen to Catherine’s story…..       Want to reduce the toxic effects of divorce on your kids?   Use the Alternative Divorce Guide to create your own map for navigating divorce...

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Practical tips when divorcing by life organiser Cheryl Carter

Posted by on 4:45 pm in Divorce Advice, Divorce Advice and articles, Short Films, Useful articles Finance, Useful articles Wellbeing | 0 comments

Practical tips when divorcing by life organiser Cheryl Carter

  When Getting Divorced Keep A Record Of All Your Possessions   Divorce is often described as a bereavement. Accepting change can be difficult, coming to terms with the loss of a relationship, the home and sentimental possessions can soon fuel our emotions, resulting in aggression, bullying and controlling behaviour.     Cheryl Carter of Every Home Matters UK has experienced clients in this situation: “For the person on the receiving end of this hostility, it can be very intimidating and difficult to negotiate the...

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