Separation and divorce is challenging for everyone involved, and it can be confusing to know where to turn for professional information and support.
We will listen to you and can help you think calmly and clearly and guide you through both the emotional and the legal pathways of separation and divorce. Our Family Consultants are able to give you separation advice and our specialist family solicitors can give you divorce advice to help you move forward.
Kim Crewe, who leads the team, is a divorce coach, family consultant, and therapist. She has offices in Brighton and Horsham but sees clients across Sussex, Hampshire, Surrey, Kent and in London. She works in person, by telephone, and via Skype, so distance is no barrier. Kim works with a team of separation and divorce professionals including mediators, solicitors, specialist family lawyers and financial coaches and advisors. She is accredited by the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and is an affiliate of Resolution. Resolution members are committed to the constructive resolution of family disputes and follow a Code of Practice that promotes a non-confrontational approach to family problems.
Thinking about separation or divorce
Talk to us early on and we can help you prepare and introduce you to the right people, to ensure your separation and divorce go as smoothly as possible.
Feeling bruised, relieved, or a bit of both? Need to think about a new life, introduce a new partner or pick up the pieces? We are here to help you.
What do your children need to hear from you, where will they live, who will pay for what, what are the kinds of decisions you will make together? Creating a Parenting Plan leads to less conflict and a greater sense of security for your children.
Where will you live, what money, assets and debt do you have to divide? Help with planning and budgeting.
Books and website links to help you on your journey.
Kim, I am very grateful for your divorce support and advice, your calm and steady presence was just what we needed for the collaborative process. I really believe we would have had at least another two collaborative meetings if you hadn’t been on board!