A divorce is a formal termination of a marriage. Before you get to the final stage "that you are now divorced from your partner", you need advice.
Once your partner and yourself decide that you no longer want to be married you need to start to consider the implications of the situation, financial, legal and emotional.
The Legal and Emotional aspects of divorce require other specialists to help you get through the process. A lot of the legal aspects can be agreed between the parties prior to you visiting a divorce or family solicitor. We work in conjunction with a range of solicitors in Edinburgh, Glasgow and London who can provide you with the specialist advice needed.
Another newer aspect of divorce law is the Collaborate law which aims to provide an appropriate solution for all parties in the law and will utilise financial and emotional experts as part of the solution. If you would like more information contact our Edinburgh office who will be able to help.
The emotional aspects of a separation is often overlooked by most solicitors and financial experts, however, this can be one of the most important aspects and will have an implication on how you can move forward. A divorce coach can be invaluable to your piece of mind.
The support that the coach can provide will allow you to discuss the issues confidentially and non judgmentally. They will listen to and help you explore with you - the underlying issues behind your relationship or family breakdown to enable you to see more clearly and decide what to do next. This can be in the form of downloadable information, bespoke face-to-face meetings, workshops and courses.
Check out the following websites for more information.
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