Welcome to the UK Better Way To

Divorce & Co-Parenting Workshop

 

 

  • Interactive monthly group chats (recorded incase you want to watch them again)

 

  • Introductions to experts who can support you through the divorce and beyond

 

  • Free subscription to dTour.Life case management system to manage your own divorce, including a co-parenting plan template

 

  • A complimentary 1-1 Divorce Navigation call with Suzy (if you’ve not already had one!)

 

Join us in the Secret Divorce Group

ALREADY JOINED?

Come on in and get your questions answered.

Let me know which experts you want a complimentary call with.

 

NB. If you have already joined, don’t forget to log in to the website via the RESOURCE HUB link top right of the website page so you can access the Secret Divorce Group.

Some of you may find this useful: Your infographic is below!

An extra resource: 6 free videos to help you to navigate the divorce process

Welcome. Here is your infographic.

Divorce Application Online

Divorce Application

6 FREE VIDEOS TO HELP YOU NAVIGATE THE DIVORCE APPLICATION PROCESS

The whole process can be done online and is not difficult. You just need your marriage certificate and a debit/credit card to submit your application.

 

But there are some things you SHOULD CONSIDER before you apply.

 

  • If you are not a UK citizen and don’t have indefinite leave to remain, you must talk to an immigration lawyer as divorce could change your legal status in the UK.

 

  • Gather any relevant financial information that is not in your name. After you apply for a divorce, you can’t just open a drawer and help yourself to your spouse’s bank statements, like maybe you can now?

 

  • Be careful about joint applications or leaving it all to your spouse. Are they really going to drive this forward, or maybe slow things down?

 

  • Do your homework: Watch our Divorcing a Difficult Spouse Workshop Webinar right now, which includes complimentary initial consultations with most of the experts in the workshop – and more if you need them.

Strategies on dealing with very ‘difficult’ co-parents

Create your own Co-Parenting Plan

What to put in the plan, and how to use the co-parenting online diary

Free co-parenting diary subscription included (limited time offer)

Access the co-parenting resources.

If you haven’t already, please make use of the free access to WeParent Online Co-Parenting diary.

Just look for the Co-Parenting Plan tile in the Resource Hub.

The Resource Hub link is top right.