You want to separate with dignity and stay friends with your ex.
Based on your quiz responses, I can see that it is important for you to stay friends with your ex and achieve the best possible outcome for both of you. Your secret weapon is that you know the importance of separating with dignity. Which means you’ll be empowered to finalise your separation and divorce amicably and come out of this a stronger person.
Truth bomb …
No matter how hard you try, there will inevitably be things that you and your ex cannot agree on. And without the right advice and support, you could quickly fall into overwhelm and lose the chance to be amicable and stay friends.
Things may seem logical now, but if you don’t have the right advice and support to help you both to work out what’s important and reach agreement, the end result might end up far from what you imagined.
Ready to take the next step and feel in control of your future?
The pathway to an amicable separation:
Talk to your ex about working together to reach agreement. Explore whether your ex is on board about being amicable and staying friends in the future.
Get some advice from a family lawyer. Make an appointment today and find out where you stand and how you can be supported to remain amicable with your ex.
Involve your ex in a discussion about the information you receive from your family lawyer. Decide together whether you are ready to follow an amicable pathway and if so, get in touch with your family lawyer to get the ball rolling.
Hi, I’m Bron O’Loan
I help families going through ‘the splits’ who are concerned about the future.
For the last 6 years I’ve helped people who want to separate just like you.
And I’ve done it without long and drawn out processes and out of control legal fees.
I’m so happy you’re here and I want you to know, if you want to stay out of Court and work with your ex to achieve a settlement for your family’s future, I’m here to help.
Want to find out how to achieve a settlement for your family’s future?
A bespoke settlement service that focusses on negotiating in good faith, sharing information and being supported by lawyers and other professionals to create a positive future for your family.
You’ll walk away with a legal agreement that will ensure your family can move on with dignity and respect.Book a consultation Collaborative Practice