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Divorce advice

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What divorce support can I get?

Divorce is one of the most stressful and emotionally difficult life events you may experience. Divorce support is crucial during this time. Getting the right divorce advice can help guide you through the divorce process and the difficulties of what can be an emotional rollercoaster.

This section provides divorce advice for men and women in England and Wales considering a separation. It explains the personal and emotional journey a family going through a divorce will experience and offers practical guidance to help you and your children come to terms with your changed circumstances.

Many people are hesitant to seek advice on divorce because of potential costs. One of the aims of this site is to provide as much free guidance as possible.

In this section you can get advice about divorce processes and finding some clear guidance about divorce costs. We also offer a dictionary of legal terminology to help you make sense of law jargon.

There are a number of frequently asked questions (FAQs) in our divorce advice section, such as how do we tell the childrenwhere should I divorce and who pays for the divorce?. This is a useful resource for initial advice about divorce so that you can limit how and when you obtain legal advice on divorce from a specialist divorce lawyer.

We have also reviewed other sites that may be of benefit to you and compiled a list of useful divorce support resources.

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