As with all great changes in life it is a good idea to be prepared for what may lay ahead.  Your new life will be very different from the life you used to live.  We have some thoughts about what would help you put together your divorce recovery strategy or how to cope with the shifting allegiances of friends you made together as a couple.   

5 essential principles to guide you towards a good life after divorce

The divorce is done.  The complexities of the divorce process and the uncertainty of it all are over.  A new life stretches before you full of apprehension and buoyed up by hope.


The winds of change - how divorce and recovery are evolving

According to a recent survey from some divorce lawyers, the reasons for divorce are changing.  Traditionally infidelity has been the main reason cited for divorce in the UK, however this year, 'falling out of love' is the key cause.


Join a club, maybe even a gym!

Join a gym and get fit for your life after divorce. The gym can be a great place to meet new people but beware men with large muscles keeping an eye on their lycra clad girlfriends or vice versa!


Some important things to do in the early days after divorce

The immediate aftermath of divorce is often a bleak landscape through which you move with fear and trepidation.  It's uncharted terrain, you have a heavy burden to bear and progress is faltering. 


Divorce is about dividing up the assets but what about dividing up the friends?

The process of divorce is all about disentangling the lives of two people, physically, financially and emotionally.  It can be like tearing apart a living organism or gently segmenting a ripe orange.


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