Navigate the Legal Process with Confidence
Talking About Divorce, Legal Conversations is an invaluable resource to help you understand the divorce process from a legal perspective.
It will help you feel more prepared & confident when you discuss your personal circumstances with your lawyer.
It will help you plan for your divorce with minimal upset & empower you with answers.
These simple, thought provoking question cards will guide you easily & effortlessly through the divorce process.
- Understand the Divorce Process
- Feel More Prepared When You Discuss Your Personal Circumstances
- Plan for a Divorce with Minimal Upset and Understand The Financial Impact Of Your Decisions.
One of the things you will need to consider is whether you want to have a lawyer to help with the divorce process. There are many ways of working with a lawyer and these questions are designed to help you navigate the legal process.
These cards will help you to feel more prepared when you sit down with a lawyer
Use these cards to lead you through the initial considerations of where to turn to for legal assistance and what you should keep in mind when engaging with a solicitor.
In addition to the powerful questions cards, the pack also contains a useful flow chart explaining the divorce process and a glossary of terms.
Talking About Divorce, Legal Conversations is written by Sue Atkins and Chris Longbottom.
Sue Atkins, an internationally recognised Parenting Expert, Broadcaster, Speaker and Mum. Sue is the author of many parenting books including Amazon best seller, Parenting Made Easy – How To Raise Happy Children and Raising Happy Children for Dummies. Sue regularly appears on TV and is a regular contributor on radio, her parenting articles are published all over the world. Sue is also the author of Talking To Children About Divorce and Questions I Would Like to Ask About Divorce.
Chris Longbottom is head of family law at Shoosmiths where he provides advice on complex financial cases, often involving business interests, trusts, foreign assets and pensions. Chris has extensive experience in a wide range of disputes involving children and also advises unmarried couples in relation to separation and cohabitation issues.