How to communicate with a divorce solicitor Most of us find communicating with a solicitor daunting, whether it’s your own or your soon-to-be-ex-husband’s. In How to communicate with a divorce solicitor, I will take you through the main dos and...
Before you walk away with nothing in your divorce Are you about to walk away with nothing, just to get this hellish chapter of your life done with? Wait. Read this first. Your future self will thank you for it. When you don’t have the resources...
Divorce: What do you really want? People get divorced because of what they don’t want. They no longer want the marriage, the abuse, the drama, the financial constraints, the loss of personal identity. Whatever it is for you, there are one or more big things you...
Divorce: The Truth That’s Difficult To Hear When you divorce it’s easy to fall into the trap of being the victim. And yes, it’s likely your ex has done some appalling things. But if you are going to move forward, both emotionally and legally, you need to get...
Divorce: You are not going crazy! Divorce can make you feel like you’re going out of your mind. And it’s not surprising. In terms of stress levels, it’s second only to bereavement of a close family member. Divorce is officially a big deal. In Divorce: You are not...
Divorce 101: The 10 Things You Need To Get Divorce ReadyIn Divorce 101: The 10 Things You Need To Get Divorce Ready we take a look at the things you need to do from the get-go, and if you’ve fallen off the divorce waggon and need to re-start as you mean to go...
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