Here's an iPhone application that offers what it claims to be "legal advice and guidance" to those in a relationship split.
The 9.99 pounds programme - snappily titled Divorce? A Comprehensive Guide To Divorce In England And Wales - has been launched by a group of family lawyers, reports the Daily Mail.
The app contains various sections that "intuitively" guide a user through what their options are should a relationship break down.
There is a chapter devoted to applying for a divorce, while others deal with children, financial issues, choosing a lawyer and working out budgets.
Divorce? can be downloaded to any iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch and is available to buy in Apple's AppStore.
The app, however, has already been criticised by family groups who accuse it of trivialising marriage and divorce.