Divorce App – A Great Tool For Spouses Who Can Work Together

June 13, 2016
Leisha Murphy

We wanted to share this interesting piece posted recently on The Guardian (read it here) about the divorce app amicable that “lets you break up without breaking the bank”. This app is a great option for separating spouses so long as there is no significant power imbalance between them and both spouses are fully aware of their family law rights and obligations. Tools likeamicable are a good way for spouses to start thinking about what they really want on separation, rather than taking positions based on emotions and hurt feelings.

Collaborative Divorce Law is another approach that provides you with the support of a lawyer to guide you through the process of separation or divorce, without having to go to court (which is when legal fees can start to sky-rocket). To learn more about Collaborative Divorce, click here.

Leisha Murphy
Leisha Murphy
Partner (Vancouver)
Connect Family Law

Leisha has practised exclusively in the area of family law since being called to the British Columbia Bar in 2010. Before opening Connect Family Law in 2015, she practiced in the family law group of a leading British Columbia law firm.