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Choosing to get divorced is a huge decision to make. Although it is helpful to understand your legal position, as part of the decision, it is best to focus on your relationship before involving a divorce solicitor – is there any way of saving your marriage?
Dealing with the breakdown of a relationship is difficult enough before you consider the legal minefield many go through to find out what their choices are. Factor in escalating legal costs and the process can be overwhelming.
Take your time; this is not a decision to be rushed. The questions below will help guide you to the content that’s most useful for you, depending on the issues you are most concerned about at this stage.
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