amica one

By amica

Jan 22, 2023

What is amica one

amica one is a single-sided version of amica in which you enter your financials and an estimate of your former partner's financials, to determine a suggested division of money and property. It provides a guided pathway and step-by-step instructions.
Using amicas’ artificial intelligence, amica one considers all factors that need to be considered when determining what is fair. It was designed by family lawyers to ensure accuracy, clarity, and fairness. Among other factors, it takes into account your relationship's length, your age and health needs, your contributions to the relationship, and how much you both earn.

How do I use amica one

If you'd like to access amica one all you need is a valid postocde. You won't have to create a user account. Next, follow the guided pathway that will take between 15 and 30 minutes and you'll receive your suggested division of money and property. https://amica.gov.au

What happens next

Now that you have seen what a suggested division of money and property might look like in amica one you can invite your former partner to use amica. Go to www.amica.gov.au

Turn your discussion into an agreement

Using amica allows you to divide your property and allows your decisions to be made into a legally enforceable agreement.

About amica

amica is a smart and simple online tool to guide separating couples through parenting, property and money decisions in an amicable way. It was designed by family lawyers to help guide separating couples through the process in an accurate, calm and fair way. It uses artificial intelligence which takes into account the length of the relationship, assets and earnings, age and health needs, contributions to the relationship, arrangements for taking care of children and future needs. It makes practical suggestions for parenting arrangements that suit your family situation. At the end of the process, you can download a document that sets out what you’ve agreed.

Go to amica.gov.au

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