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Offering a better alternative to separating in court

19 January 2022 | 1 minute watch

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Offering a better alternative to separating in court

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Modern families need far more flexible and more sophisticated ways to separate. And what Uncouple does it gives them straightforward options and clarity of outcome at a time which is incredibly difficult and stressful for them.

We created Uncouple to give modern families an alternative to fighting out their separations in court. Instead they are guided together towards an agreement that works for everyone with less stress and less friction.

In this video, Claire Blakemore talks about what Uncouple can offer.

What is Uncouple?

Within one process and under one roof, our team helps clients move seamlessly through to a solution tailored to their situation, using whatever tools suit them best. Our pioneering, flexible option is designed first to clarify the aims and needs of our clients, and then to narrow down the issues, without the need to go to court. Our experience means that we are able to identify the best and most direct route to a solution, minimising confusion and conflict, for a quicker, better separation.

​​​Note: We have provided a transcript of the video if you are unable to listen to the audio. This transcript is generated using a combination of speech recognition software and human transcribers and may contain errors.

Modern families need far more flexible and more sophisticated ways to separate. And what Uncouple does it gives them straightforward options and clarity of outcome at a time which is incredibly difficult and stressful for them.

This document (and any information accessed through links in this document) is provided for information purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. Professional legal advice should be obtained before taking or refraining from any action as a result of the contents of this document.

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