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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

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….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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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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The Big Mistakes Men Make When Divorcing

Posted by on 10:32 am in Divorce Advice, Divorce Advice and articles, Divorce and Family Mediation, Financial Divorce Advice, Useful articles Finance, Useful articles Law | 0 comments

The Big Mistakes Men Make When Divorcing

What are the key classic errors men often make and how to avoid them     Sussex-based family lawyer Laura Sherlock offers some guidance for men when divorcing: “I would say the most common mistake is often not obtaining advice at the earliest opportunity and often waiting until the process can be thrust upon them. I am aware that sometimes they might not want to be the bad guy and make the decision that it is the end of the relationship, rather waiting for the decision to be made for them. Or if they have decided to end the...

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How To Get your Life Back On Track After Divorce – Relationship & Dating Coach Karen Marshall

Posted by on 7:19 am in Coaching support through divorce, Divorce Advice, Divorce Advice and articles, Divorce and Dating, Useful articles Wellbeing, wellbeing and coaching | 0 comments

How To Get your Life Back On Track After Divorce – Relationship & Dating Coach Karen Marshall

Are you training for a sprint or marathon?   PAINFUL BEGINNINGS When you are separating, going through a divorce or rebuilding your life again, you may be thinking, love will never happen again, or you really don’t want another relationship right now, because of the pain, heartache, and challenges you are working through.  If you have children, their welfare will be something else on your mind.  Let’s face it – splitting up is never going to be fun – and it may have you living one day at a time. And that’s all before you start...

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Ways To Survive The Summer Holidays When You Are A Separated Family – Part Two

Posted by on 6:10 pm in Collaborative Divorce, Divorce Advice, Divorce Advice and articles, Parenting Advice, Useful articles Law, Useful articles Wellbeing | 0 comments

Ways To Survive The Summer Holidays When You Are A Separated Family – Part Two

  The first few months and years after separation require adjustments, but when couples move on, parents enter into new relationships.  This can mean that whereas one couple were involved before with the co-parenting, now step-parents and more become involved. Blended families bring their own challenges – and not forgetting the important role of grandparents, who may also need to be included.   Possible solutions:   Plan as early as possible. Work out a Parenting Plan as to who is to care for the children and when.  ...

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Integrating Families Can Be Tough

Posted by on 9:10 am in Divorce & Starting Over TV, Divorce Advice, Divorce Advice and articles, Parenting Advice, Shared Stories, Short Films | 0 comments

Integrating Families Can Be Tough

Nigel shares how difficult it can be to integrate families post-divorce.  Sometimes the ‘new wife’ can be a powerful force for peace! Demi Moore & Bruce Willis who are masters of managing the ‘blended family’.   Gwyneth Paltrow & Chris Martin also stayed friends through their “conscious uncoupling.”  Or you may have heard of Ben Affleck’s divorce where the couple agreed to have separate homes on the same property so their three children can be near both parents.  How would it be to have a divorce like Melanie Griffith...

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Ways To Survive The Summer Holidays When You Are A Separated Family – Part One

Posted by on 8:46 am in Collaborative Divorce, Divorce Advice, Divorce Advice and articles, Useful articles Law, Useful articles Wellbeing | 0 comments

Ways To Survive The Summer Holidays When You Are A Separated Family – Part One

  BBC Radio Leicester Interview with Collaborative Practitioner and Family Lawyer James Belderbos     Summer – and the school summer holidays in particular – can bring stress to many families. We are familiar with the pressures that Christmas can bring with families thrown together over the festive period, but the summer holidays can also create stress and opportunities for conflict. Sadly, like Christmas, the aftermath of a family holiday can be too much to bear for some couples, who then consider separation. All...

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Why Healing And Hypnotherapy Can Help With Divorce Stress

Posted by on 7:22 am in Coaching support through divorce, Divorce Advice, Divorce Advice and articles, Useful articles Wellbeing | 0 comments

Why Healing And Hypnotherapy Can Help With Divorce Stress

  What are the symptoms that can affect people who are going through a divorce?   Life itself is stressful enough without the added stress caused by marital breakdown. Common symptoms that I witness as a life coach and hypnotherapist often supporting people through their divorce stress, are worry and anxiety about the future (financially and emotionally) which often leads to erratic sleep patterns. When sleep is lacking it often leads to irritability, frustration, lack of energy and problems with concentration. This can then result...

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Why a Divorcee needs to spend time with a Divorce Financial Planner

Posted by on 9:50 am in Divorce & Starting Over TV, Divorce Advice, Divorce Advice and articles, Financial Divorce Advice, Useful articles Finance | 0 comments

Why a Divorcee needs to spend time with a Divorce Financial Planner

  As a Chartered Financial Planner, I often help women who are dealing with divorce, and in this particular case, I helped a woman who wanted to complete a divorce in an amicable fashion – but was also worried about her retirement in years to come. Would she have enough money to live off and maintain her quality of life? And how would working with me be useful to her?  What exactly is the role of a divorce Financial Planner? At first, the lady concerned (let’s call her “Andrea”) didn’t really understand why she would need the...

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Why you need a mortgage expert sooner than you think when you’re getting divorced – by Carl Mountain

Posted by on 10:08 am in Divorce Advice, Divorce Advice and articles, Financial Divorce Advice, Useful articles Finance | 0 comments

Why you need a mortgage expert sooner than you think when you’re getting divorced – by Carl Mountain

  “I’m going to my mother’s!” (and slamming the door) doesn’t let you off the hook if the marital home has a mortgage on it and you decide to get a divorce. If your name is on the mortgage, you are as liable as your spouse for the payments. So getting divorce financial advice early on is a good idea. What’s yours is his and what’s his, is yours – including debts and mortgages. And if the payments are not made, your credit history will be damaged.   So getting to a place of financial independence as soon as possible –...

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Divorce With Lawyers Who Talk To Each Other: The Collaborative Divorce Process

Posted by on 6:44 am in Collaborative Divorce, Divorce Advice, Divorce Advice and articles, Financial Divorce Advice, Legal Articles: Divorce, Useful articles Finance, Useful articles Law | 0 comments

Divorce With Lawyers Who Talk To Each Other: The Collaborative Divorce Process

  According to the Mirror, lawyers estimate that the average cost of a UK divorce is – in real terms – £70,243 and rising – with the average person losing out on £4,686 of their salary, with an added £5,089 on finding alternative accommodation, £8,926 in legal fees and £51,543 in paying off debt and sharing assets.   Of course, if the divorce starts to get ‘out of hand’ – then legal fees can begin to soar. I spoke recently with a mother who has had to borrow over £80,000 from her family to pay for legal fees...

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Collaborative Lawyers and High Profile Divorce

Posted by on 6:48 pm in Collaborative Divorce, Divorce Advice, Divorce Advice and articles, Divorce Counselling, Useful articles Law, Useful articles Wellbeing | 0 comments

Collaborative Lawyers and High Profile Divorce

  I hear a lot of about collaborative lawyers and the good work they do helping couples navigate the complex process of separation and divorce.   Perhaps the collaborative model would be best for Brexit – legal advice to hand, yet ultimately, collaboration and clear communication (rather than game-playing) the order of the day?  And a lot more private too.   Several celebrity couples have gone through a collaborative divorce. Singer and performer Madonna and her former husband director Guy Ritchie are considered to be the...

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