Although 2-in-2-1 is committed to upholding and supporting marriage, we recognise that some marriages do fail, and that divorce is a reality for many couples and families. Here you will find advice on how to deal with both the practical and emotional challenges of handling divorce.
Divorce Remedy: The Proven 7-Step Program for Saving Your Marriage
Think of this book as emergency room training for marriages that are about to collapse. Unlike other books on relationships, this one focuses on what to do after you spouse has moved out, taken up with someone else, or has said that she or he wants a divorce. What do you do now?
Changing your name - the ins and outs
Changing your name on getting married (or even on divorce) can be an important part of establishing a new identity. Here's the official advice on what you can and can't do.
National Family Mediation
Family Mediation helps those involved in family breakdown to communicate better with one another and reach their own decisions about all or some of the issues arising from separation or divorce - children, property and finance. Mediation is about directly negotiating your own decisions with the help of a third party. It is an alternative to solicitors negotiating for you or having decisions made for you by the courts. (Open in new window to return to 2-in-2-1 easily)
Are you depressed?
The Depression Alliance is the UK's leading organisation to help those struggling with depression personally, or in your partner.
Better, not bitter, divorce
All too often, our laws and courts foster an adversarial approach. It's costly, and it's destructive. It makes much more sense to seek peaceful resolution than to squander your money into destructive fights. This US site focusses on how to do this.
Divorce Recovery Workshop
Run self-help six week courses in many locations around the UK to help those going through separation and divorce.
Its Finished - Putting the Pieces Back Together
itsfinished.com is about starting over and all the help you need to do that. Whether you are divorced, separated, bereaved or have split with your boyfriend or girlfriend there is something here for you.
Rebuilding: When Your Relationship Ends
Whilst predominantly about recovery from divorce, this book contains a useful appendix on the "Healing Separation" - a managed approach to working through the pain.
An invaluable guide for mothers and fathers with broken families. It will help them answer children's questions concerning separation and divorce and provides forewarning of the doubts and problems which may arise later.
Making and Breaking Families
Making and Breaking Families looks at the different groups which go to make a family today. Each have special strengths and vulnerabilities. Helpful, too, for counsellors, teachers, health visitors and anyone working with families today.
In the instance where both of you want a divorce the procedure can be simply handled.
Questions on your credit rating?
Your credit rating determines how much you can borrow. Experian publish a series of leaflets on how to manage your credit rating at special times in marriage or on divorce
An inter-denominational group offering mutual support and information to separated and divorced wives of clergy, ministers and Church Army Officers