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The lawyer-free digital divorce service that she pioneered in 2015 automates much of the process, negates courtroom showdowns and uniquely acts for couples working together rather than in opposition, offering an antidote to the “raw and bitter” proceedings that left her £80,000 lighter in legal fees, “a nasty process that got me thinking that there had to be an alternative to a system that pit parents against each other and thrives on individualistic outcomes.

Read more: The Times

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