Merry Christmas! - Divorce Negotiator - Amicable Divorce Specialist

Merry Christmas!

Date Posted: December 21, 2016

MERRY CHRISTMAS Everyone at Divorce Negotiator would like to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Thank you for all you support throughout 2016. Our offices will be closing from 23rd December to 4th January but we will be picking up telephone calls right through the festive season. If you need any Read More

Cost of a divorce

I don’t think I can afford a divorce

Date Posted: December 16, 2016

I don’t think I can afford a divorce The biggest issues that both, individuals and couples face when going through a divorce is:-   – court fees – solicitors fees – administration costs – and the unknown complexities of the process   are all very real concerns. It is impossible to estimate with any accuracy Read More

Amicable divorce


Date Posted: December 8, 2016

Dividing Assets/Amicable Divorce Dividing assets between partners going through an amicable divorce could involve stressful and difficult decisions. Especially if the arrangement your solicitors secure isn’t the most agreeable solution. What if you could successfully achieve a fair settlement and walk away amicably? Consent Orders DECISIVE vs. DEVISIVE When you make the tough decision to Read More

Amicable Divorce

‘What if my partner will not attend negotiation meetings’

Date Posted: November 29, 2016

‘What if my partner will not attend negotiation meetings’ Getting a divorce is difficult enough, and it can be even harder when your partner doesn’t want to work things out through amicable negotiations. The good news is we can still help you. The service works well when couples instruct us jointly. We will help bring Read More

How to get a quick divorce

Does someone have to be at fault?

Date Posted: November 16, 2016

It is reported that around 50% of all marriages now end in divorce, which is of course why divorce is far more accepted in today’s UK society than it ever used to be. You are not expected to stay in an unhappy relationship because of societal pressures. But if you feel your relationship has broken Read More


Date Posted: November 14, 2016

When going through a divorce it may feel like you’re about to head into World War III with your partner, but that doesn’t have to be the case. Whether or not you’ve ended on good terms or would rather not converse with each other – what if a negotiated, collaborated divorce was achievable? COLLABORATIVE vs. Read More

The real meaning of mediation - Divorce Negotiator - Amicable Divorce

The real meaning of mediation

Date Posted: October 18, 2016

The Real meaning of Mediation Mediation  is a term often used but there is still some uncertainty around what it is. Why it can be beneficial in the divorce process? Traditionally couples attended separate solictors that went back and forth to ‘win’ the most they could from the divorce. Most certainly ending up in court Read More

BALANCED vs. BIASED - Divorce Negotiator - Balanced divorce


Date Posted: October 11, 2016

Balanced Divorce The fear of lengthy court battles with opposing solicitors can often be enough to postpone a couple going through a divorce. It can deteriorate a relationship, because of how the decisions of spitting assets maybe approached. But! It could be possible to go through with a divorce that results in both parties walking Read More

How to save thousands on your divorce costs

Date Posted: September 30, 2016

Divorce costs do not have to be excessive. The cost to file for a divorce or dissolution in England is £550. All too often the costs escalate quickly if an amicable approach is not adopted by each party.  When the negotiating gets entrenched with solicitors. Most charge an hourly rate, which could be anything between Read More

AMICABLE vs. ATTRITIONAL - Amicable Divorce - Specialist


Date Posted: September 20, 2016

Amicable Divorce Divorce for many represents a negative but what if you looked at it from another point of view – Amicable divorce? Rather than the traditional separation and legal battle to claim ‘the most possible’ at the end of your marriage – what if you could agree on a fair settlement and walk away Read More

Myths about Divorce #8 - Children in Divorce - Divorce Negotiator

Myths about Divorce #8

Date Posted: August 23, 2016

Children in divorce grow into more grounded adults if their parents don’t involve them This depends on the children in divorce and how you as adults act around your child/children. Most couples your child/children mean the world to you and you would never want to intentially hurt them.   Some parents choose to involve older Read More

Pre-nuptial agreement

Do you need a pre-nuptial agreement?

Date Posted: August 9, 2016

So, you’ve popped the question (or had a proposal), set a date and started planning your big day. It’s a golden time; filled with romantic walks, candlelit meals and long chats about growing old together. This hardly seems the ideal time to suggest an asset protection agreement, or pre-nuptial agreement, as they’re also known. However, Read More

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