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What is a Divorce Directory? And do I need one?

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Divorce is a challenging transition for most people with many elements to consider such as; finances, parental challenges, negotiations, legal considerations, mediation, arbitration, court-orders, child maintenance agreements, divorce documentation, emotions, social fall out, family dynamics, and much more.

Divorce is difficult alone

Divorce without expert guidance can be difficult (and might achieve the best result).

Dealing with all of the different areas of divorce on your own is tremendously difficult. Outside expert help is often desired, and sometimes essential to achieve the best outcome. The good news is, help is available. And that’s where a Divorce Directory comes in.

A good directory will provide you with a list of relevant experts to better advise you through every element of the process.

Where to find divorce experts?

Below is a list of options to help you find the expertise you need.

Realise that many decisions and agreements made during your divorce transition will be long lasting with significant and long-term repercussions. So our advice is to get some expert guidance wherever possible so you can make the most informed decisions, and achieve the best outcome (pssst… we saved the best to last).

Personal Recommendations:

Don’t hesitate to ask friends, family members, or colleagues who may have gone through divorce for recommendations. Personal referrals can be valuable, but don’t forget to do your own due diligence.


  • Likely to have limited options, may not fit your needs.

Online Search Engines:

Choose your preferred search engine and simply enter relevant keywords like “divorce directory,” “divorce resources,” or “divorce club” to find the services you require.


• Convenient, but unqualified.

Search engines:

Looking for a lawyer, mediator, or other legal services?

There are many online legal directories. Some provide a larger list, others may provide more detailed information. You can search for divorce lawyers in your area on these platforms, links below.


  • Good options for legal services
  • Will need to use other directories / resources to find support in different fields

USA only:

UK only:

Video clip from a Divorce Club masterclass by Family lawyer Farhana Shahzady

Government Websites:

Some government websites, especially those related to family court or legal aid services, may have directories or information about divorce resources.


  • Unbiased resource
  • Details limited – you might need to do additional research to help you make a selection

US Government:

UK Government:

Legal/Civil Aid Organizations:

If you’re in need of low-cost legal assistance, contact your local legal aid organization. They can provide information on affordable legal services in your area.


  • Help for those that don’t have a budget
  • Some report (unsurprisingly) that their skill level is low, and may not receive the best guidance



Life Coach Directories:

There are a number of life coach directories. These typically do not include legal, financial or other support services.


  • Limited to life coaches only
  • Will need to search for specialist service providers

Life Coach Directories:

Divorce Club Directory:

For transparency we should state that this directory is part of Divorce Club. Recently created in 2023 it includes the largest and most up-to-date list of divorce experts across the full spectrum of the divorce journey from lawyers, to accountants, to private investigators and most inbetween. The goal was to create a one stop hub for all your divorce support needs under one roof.


  • Directory designed specifically for divorce
  • Largest selection of divorce professionals
  • UK & US

Divorce Club Directory:

Where to start?

Select from the options above, and start to dig into some research. We suggest a simple three step approach to finding your perfect knowledge expert partners;

1: Search

Search for the relevant terms, and/or location

2: Review

Review the options and create a short-list

3: Contact

Contact those that made your short list by email or telephone.

Most service based experts will offer a free discovery call, clarity call, or initial consultation. This may or may not actually include ‘advice’ but is a good way to better learn about the expert, and help you decide if you wish to work with them.


In summary, a divorce directory serves as a valuable resource for individuals going through divorce by providing you with access to a wide range of professionals and services that can help you navigate the legal, emotional, and practical aspects of divorce. It simplifies the process of finding the right support and guidance during a challenging life transition.

Good luck.

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