Step One


  • Connect online or in person. You can book in a 15 minute Clarity Call or a 30/60 minute Discovery call with Anne-Marie, which is by phone or Skype and you can get some information on what you should do. You may be thinking of divorce or you may have already started the process. Whatever stage of the process you are at we can help.

Step Two


  • Meet with a mediator. If you and your partner are unable to reach an agreement it is a good idea to schedule a meeting with a Mediator who will facilitate the conversation between the two of you.
  • Mediation is an empowering process that enables you to work together with your partner to explore options and make decisions together. It is a good idea to meet early in the process with a Mediator to discuss short term parenting and property matters.

Step Three


  • Once you and your former partner have come to an agreement regarding parenting and property matters, each of you can meet with a lawyer, get the necessary legal advice and have the legal documents drawn up.
  • Alternatively the two of you can draft your own documents.You and your former partner may at this stage also want to get additional advice from your accountant, financial planner or counsellor and have any advice received incorporated into the agreement.

Step Four


  • Once you and your former partner are satisfied with all changes that have been made, the agreements will be signed by both parties.After they are signed, the documents will have to be filed in court.
  • The lawyers will attend to this on your behalf and inform you both once the documents are filed and orders obtained from the court. Alternatively you and your partner can file the documents in court yourselves.This process has to be completed in order to finalise parenting and property arrangements between you and your former partner.

Feeling overwhelmed and not sure what to do next ? Need extra help ?

Divorce Coach


A Divorce Coach is your “Thinking Partner” and will support, motivate, and guide you through divorce. I can work with you to help you work through the practical and emotional aspects of your breakup. I will be there to answer any questions you have and also help you to focus on the issues and work out a plan on how you should move forward. Coaching can help you get clear on what you want.



I am also a Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner/Nationally Accredited Mediator and I am able to provide mediation services for you and your former partner about matters arising from the breakdown of your relationship. You can learn more about mediation here.
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Legal Coaching


There are a growing number of people now who can’t afford a lawyer and are choosing to front court to represent themselves. We can offer ”court coaching” for a fee to those unable to afford a lawyer or who do not want full legal representation. This involves having a conversation with us, and we will give you tips on how to present yourself and your argument in court.
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