Each and every step is taken by you, online, working together.

While collaborating through a divorce might seem counterintuitive, it could reduce the potential for things to become adversarial and unnecessarily expensive. 

And it could keep you both focussed on what matters - a fair split of your property pool and making parenting arrangements that are in the best interests of your children.

We've designed SoloSeparate to be as user-friendly as possible, so that you take all the steps together without us being involved. 

 

We do not review or submit any of your documents. But don't worry - we're still here to answer any questions you may have. Just use the chatbot or send us an email.

Who it's for

SoloSeparate is for couples looking to divorce in an Australian jurisdiction who:

  • Are legally married, and have been so for more than 2 years. If you've been married for less time, you'll need to have considered reconciliation with the help of a counsellor or seek the leave of the court to divorce.

  • Have relatively equal bargaining power, so that no one spouse dominates or controls the process.

  • Are willing to work together to achieve a fair, conflict-minimised and uncontested divorce. The process is designed to be collaborative, so it won't work unless you're both in it together.

 

And after?

If you follow the process carefully and in order, and if the court agrees, you'll have:

  • Binding property orders formalising the fair division of your property pool.

  • A bespoke parenting plan setting out arrangements that are in the best interests of your children.

  • A divorce order.

  • An open door to freedom and new adventures in your separate lives.

 
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What it's not?

SoloSeparate is not necessarily:

  • Argument-free. You may still have some difficult decisions and compromises to make about your future.

  • Expert-free. You may need financial or relationship advice from counsellors or advisors.

  • A quick process. You'll need to wait at least a year and a day from when you separate to when you apply for your divorce.

  • 100% guaranteed. The court may decide that your property division is not fair and equitable.