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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

 


 

Why fall into the trap of wasting thousands

simply because no-one told you the simple truth

of how easy it is to waste £65,000 on a divorce?

 

Download our FREE “How To Save £65,000 On Your Divorce pdf

AND

….get connected to the right professionals who can help you, at the right time.

 

Not only will you receive the download for free, but ON TOP OF THAT I will do my very best to connect you (at no charge) with exactly the right professionals you need to talk to help to keep out of court, to get control of your divorce costs, and to help you and your family become a happy extended family.

 

 

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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through a more intelligent divorce

 

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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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Who is Suzy Miller and why did she create this site?

 

 

 

"Peace is my weapon of choice"

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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5 Facts About Divorce

Posted by on 5:38 pm in Divorce & Starting Over TV, Divorce Advice, Divorce Advice and articles, SOS Staring Over Show Divorce TV, Useful articles Wellbeing | 0 comments

5 Facts About Divorce

  5 things you probably didn’t know about divorce – but should:       Keep things peaceful.  Learn how at the Best Way To Split Retreat (no couples!) Click here to see more….  ...

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Will Dispute Resolution Put Its Money Where Its Mouth Is?

Posted by on 7:57 am in Blog 2, Divorce Advice, Divorce Advice and articles, Divorce News | 0 comments

Will Dispute Resolution Put Its Money Where Its Mouth Is?

  How many times a year does a Divorce Show come to London?   Well the last time was 2011 (I remember because I was the one putting on the event – the Starting Over Show) but this year, an entrepreneur called Mr Smith O’Connor is running his own event in Kensington on 19-20 October, and I’ve signed up as an exhibitor (and been invited to be one of the keynote speakers) because let’s face it, how often do we get provided with a public platform in our own Capital City to promote the benefits of dispute resolution? So my...

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Best Way To Divorce TV Interview With Divorce Mediator B J Mann

Posted by on 8:54 pm in Blog 9, Divorce Advice, Divorce Advice and articles, Divorce and Family Mediation, Divorce News, Useful articles Law | 0 comments

Best Way To Divorce TV Interview With Divorce Mediator B J Mann

  How do you know if you marriage is over? How can we let go of the marriage? Why is mediation in Rochester USA thriving? Interview with divorce mediator Bj Mann who shares how she helps her clients to work out whether they should be getting divorced at all, how to let go of the marriage and persuade the spouse to engage in mediation – and how mediation is thriving in her part of America….     You can find BJ Mann’s book by clicking here…  ...

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Educational Value – Add This To The Divorce Parenting Plan

Posted by on 3:35 pm in Article 2, Divorce Advice, Divorce Advice and articles, Useful articles Finance | 0 comments

Educational Value – Add This To The Divorce Parenting Plan

When divorcing, sometimes the children’s educational futures are not taken into account – especially if the children are still very young. But by discussing long-term plans for the children’s education early on in the divorce process, the financial implications could well impact on how a couple decide to split their assets. A good education can be invaluable, but it may also require significant investment – and long-term planning. In 2016, the average cost to parents of getting a child from birth to the age of 21 came in at...

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Can’t See The Trees For The Forest: The Westminster Legal Policy Forum

Posted by on 1:19 pm in Blog 13, Divorce Advice, Divorce Advice and articles, Divorce News | 0 comments

Can’t See The Trees For The Forest: The Westminster Legal Policy Forum

The 2018 Westminster Policy Forum was, for me, like walking through a forest of information, good ideas, and a genuine commitment to supporting everyone in our society at every economic level.  There was a call for policies focused on prevention rather than just ‘coping strategies’ – but an overriding sense of hopelessness pervaded the forest, as some of the speakers grappled with the illogicality of short-term fiscal thinking. When it came to the modernisation and improvement of the HM Courts and Tribunals Service, both Adam Lennon...

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Toxic

Posted by on 12:51 pm in Blog 14, Divorce Advice, Divorce Advice and articles, Poems: Divorce & Separation, Short Stories | 0 comments

Toxic

                      “Trust in the Law” they say   As if Family Law is a clear set of rules   A trustworthy shuttle from one island of family form into another   No room for reasonable doubt.     What Law has the right   To say when a father sees his child?     What Law can slice Solomon-like through family homes?   Savings for a future now altered?   A parent’s precious hours with those whom they value more   Than any building or bank account?     Is that our excuse to children now grown in years to come?   As we beg...

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Is a 50-50 divorce split really what you think it is? Paula Ryan explains:

Posted by on 8:52 pm in Article 1, Divorce Advice, Divorce Advice and articles, expertise, Useful articles Finance | 0 comments

Is a 50-50 divorce split really what you think it is? Paula Ryan explains:

  Is a 50-50 uncomplicated divorce split really as simple as you think it should be?   Financial Planner Paula Ryan answers that question:      Certainly if you are looking to sort out the divorce finances yourselves, it may be worth having a quick ‘coffee chat’ with me, so we can look at the tax implications, the best way to split the assets, and also looking at the pensions. It’s not always as simple as splitting pensions half and half.  It might not look as if you have that much in the pension pot – but what matters is how you...

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The 7 Habits Of Highly Effective Divorcing

Posted by on 9:54 pm in Blog 1, Divorce Advice, Divorce Advice and articles | 0 comments

The 7 Habits Of Highly Effective Divorcing

  Step 1:  Accept that you might go a little crazy   It’s OK, we’ve all gone a bit mad during one of the most stressful and emotionally gruelling experiences known to man – family breakup.  The trick is, don’t let your insanity destroy your finances, your family relationships and your health.  All three are at dire risk – so take out your anger and emotional pain on inanimate objects.  Shout and cry a long way away from the children.  Counsellors can offer a totally non-judgemental ear which is useful for a time – but don’t...

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How A Divorce PA Can Help You Have A Better Divorce

Posted by on 6:18 pm in Article 14, Divorce Advice, Divorce Advice and articles | 0 comments

How A Divorce PA Can Help You Have A Better Divorce

“It doesn’t have to be like this, David” I said to my new, overwrought client who was desperately scanning through his emails for the details of the expensive, litigious, “big gun” London solicitor that his friend had recommended. “It’ll make this situation even harder for you, and cost a fortune… why not work with a mediator?” At the time, David was too upset to even open the post after the recent departure of his wife.  But over the ensuing weeks, as we worked through each situation, letter and piece of paperwork and a degree of calm and...

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“I should buy the Mediator Christmas presents every year”

Posted by on 3:24 pm in Blog 2, Divorce Advice, Divorce Advice and articles, Shared Stories, Useful articles Law | 0 comments

“I should buy the Mediator Christmas presents every year”

Robert went through years of conflict in order to be able to see his children after a bitter divorce, and despite having to go to court on more than one occasion, mediation was what finally helped end those years of stress and misery. Robert, his wife and the children all suffered physical and mental repercussions due to the stress, but Robert’s experience proves that even if one party insists on using the courts, if you can remain calm and focused, a healthy end result can be achieved, since it’s never too late to tap into using...

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