Cost, acrimony and time are the enemies of a ‘good’ divorce, so Kate Daly and Pip Wilson have sought to rid the process of all three
Lawyers may shudder at the thought of divorces being dished out over an internet connection and choose to ignore an emerging tranche of entrepreneurs making everyday legal processes cheaper, simpler, and thus more accessible. But to look away would be a mistake.
When law was liberalised almost a decade ago, there were a few dodgy startups that made nothing of the impact they promised to at the time, but the sector has evolved since then. Now we’re seeing non-lawyer newcomers with a real opportunity to take market share in areas of law that have, for years, been the unchallenged domain of qualified lawyers.
Divorce, along with wills and probate, is ripe for innovation and entrepreneurs Kate Daly and Pip Wilson seem to ha...
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