You’ll want to make strong informed decisions about the way forward and that starts with obtaining the right information about your options and choices.
This doesn’t mean you’ve made a decision to get a divorce but that you want to find out what could happen if you were to make that particular decision and what you will need to think about next.
As a divorce consultant and ex family law solicitor, I am all too aware that there is lots of misinformation out there. Bad research can sometimes lead to further confusion and possibly feelings of overwhelm. Your research needs to provide you with clarity about your choices and what each option could involve.
This guide cuts through the nonsense. It provides you with only the relevant information you need to know at this early stage. You haven’t yet made a decision and will need time to process relevant information before making an informed decision about your next step and speaking to a divorce professional.
This guide is for you if:
you are in an unhappy marriage or relationship and want to consider your options
you do not feel ready or perhaps that it’s appropriate to speak to a solicitor to obtain formal legal advice
you want to know the sort of issues you should be thinking about to help you get clarity for your decision-making
you feel overwhelmed and confused about information on the internet and/or what friends have told you.
you are a UK national or your divorce would take place in England and Wales
If that sounds like you, then this guide is want you need.
You’ll receive valuable advice on:
getting clear about your thoughts and feelings
dispelling the top myths about divorce
why you shouldn’t dismiss the thought of counselling
the key issues to think about if you’re considering divorce
the 3 main options available if you decide to separate
the steps to reach a financial agreement
how a divorce consultant can help if you’re considering divorce
how to look after yourself at a difficult time