About amicable


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amicable harnesses a unique combination of relationship and tech expertise to provide online divorce and separation services that focus on the needs of the family and saves couples thousands of pounds.

What does amicable do?

amicable exists to provide a better, kinder, affordable way to divorce, separate and co-parent

Most people don’t get divorced or separated very often, so it’s no surprise that lots of us don’t know what’s involved – or that you don’t need to use lawyers. If your relationship has come to an end, whether you’re married or not, you’ll need to agree how to split your money, property and other assets and of course -if you have children - how you’ll co-parent going forwards. amicable can help you with all of it, or just some of it.

If you’re married you’ll also need to get divorced. That’s the legal aspect of ending a marriage, from petition to decree nisi then absolute. amicable can help you with all of it, or just some of it.

Our focus is on the future and an arrangement that makes sense for your unique circumstances. Unlike lawyers, who can only represent one of you, we’ll work with you both to ensure the best possible outcome every single step of the way.

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amicable ® co-parenting app

The amicable® co-parenting app is the only app on the market that includes human support combined with beautifully designed tools. Created to help you manage all aspects of co-parenting in one secure place, making parenting after divorce and separation simpler.

Coparenting App

About the founders of amicable

amicable was created after Kate’s traumatic and expensive divorce. The cost and the emotional damage of involving lawyers was a huge shock. The world needed a solution that put families first and helped parents remain on good terms…our solution was amicable.

Kate Daly


Pip Wilson


Frequently asked questions about amicable

How much does it cost and how long does it take?

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What makes amicable unique?



amicable simplifies separation so you can agree your parenting plans, finances and plan your future



amicable helps couples to set goals for the future and communicate effectively to reach fairer agreements



Typically, amicable is more than ten times cheaper than going to court, a third of the cost of using a lawyer and half the cost of mediation.

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When you need a lawyer

If you feel you need a divorce lawyer or solicitor to support you, you can contact Resolution. Or if you're still not sure if you need a lawyer or not, book a free advice call to speak an amicable expert.

5 key differences between amicable & divorce lawyers


  1. Work with couples
  2. Fixed fees, with the option to pay monthly
  3. Ranges from £300 for a Simple Divorce. The most expensive costs £5550 per couple
  4. Focused on goals for the future (important for co-parents)
  5. A Divorce Coach works with both to navigate the logistical, legal and emotional side of separating

Divorce lawyers

  1. Work with individuals
  2. Usually charge by a hour, or minute
  3. £8,000 per person - the average cost for a divorce and financial settlement in the UK
  4. Focused on getting one person their best case scenario
  5. One lawyer per person whose job is to protect you and your individual entitlement
Kate Daly

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Book a free 15-minute call with an amicable expert. Understand the process, how long it may take, how much it can cost and what your options are.

You can join the call alone or together.

Unite the knot amicably and without lawyers


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