Divorce services startup Amicable raises over £470,000

Dec 14, 2017 · uktech.news

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Amicable, a platform which seeks to make it easier and cheaper for couples to divorce, has raised £473,260.

The startup, co-founded by investor and entrepreneur Pip Wilson, received the support of various business angels including Richard Stone and Tom Welch from Stone Welch Capital.

Wilson, who set up the venture alongside Kate Daly, said the investment will be used to continue developing the platform and to expand customer reach.

She added: "Our vision is to change the way the world divorces and to provide a lawyer-free solution that helps customers though the emotional journey of separation and family breakdown."

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