Even before you or your partner decide to separate, you face the challenge of a traditional family law legal system designed to help you succeed at engaging in a destructive, stressful, complicated, combative, and expensive process. But, it doesn’t have to be that way for you and your family.
By making the complexity and anxiety of separating simple and easy, we believe that you can achieve the very best outcomes for you and your family.
We are Separate Together, a small family law firm based in Canberra, and we work with couples who are on talking terms to help them make their separation and any agreements official.
Written by Siobhan Mullins, collaboratively trained family lawyer and founder of Separate Together, Splitting Up Together breaks down, from start to finish, the steps involved for you to separate, reach an agreement and make it all official.
This plain English easy to read how-to handbook gives you Siobhan’s A.M.I.C.A.B.L.E. method so you can work together with your partner, achieving the best outcomes for you and your family, in a timely cost-efficient and positive way.
“An easy to understand practical how-to guide on amicably divorcing. A must read for anyone in the process of or thinking about splitting up”
“This book goes to show that divorce doesn’t have to become ugly and complicated. There is a clear simple, process that can be followed to avoid ending up in court fighting”
“A ripper of a book that deserves a place in bookstores everywhere”
“Many people out there will benefit hugely from such straightforward and clear writing”
“A very practical, helpful useful book that fills a gap in the marketplace”
“I found it to be thought provoking; answering questions that I didn’t even know I had. It made me consider my relationship in a different light. I’d recommend this book to anyone who is thinking about divorce or who is going through one”
Author, Siobhan Mullins (pictured)
We help separating couples to make their divorce, parenting, financial and child support agreements official.
Agreements not advice | Together not apart | Fast not slow | Simple not complex
Because of the types of agreements we do, you can choose to work with us by yourself or together with your partner.
It means you don’t have to involve two lawyers.