It is not uncommon to feel a little lost when the legal case first finishes. You have been running on adrenaline through the legal process, having to deal with solicitors etc. Then the case finishes, the solicitor’s involvement ends and you are left on your own to rebuild your life. It is only now you have the opportunity to grieve the end of your relationship and come to terms with the changes in your life. Only then, can you start..
Perhaps you are thinking about separation or have recently separated and are not sure what your next steps should be.
There may still be an element of uncertainty in your situation and you may be feeling emotionally overwhelmed.
At either stage, you may not be ready to see a solicitor or you may not even know if you want to separate.
Do any of the following statements sound familiar?
I have been unhappy in my marriage for a long..
The legal process can be very intimidating and confusing.
When you feel stressed it is difficult to feel confident about making big decisions and to provide your solicitor with clear instructions.
Can you relate to any of the following?
I am ready to embark on a divorce and need to find a good family law solicitor to represent me. I don’t know where to start looking and how I will know if I’ll feel comfortable working with that..