Thinking of leaving but not yet separated?

Leaving a marriage is not something to be done lightly and many people worry about what will happen if they leave; they need legal information about the likely outcomes for their children and/or their financial situation, before they can make a decision. But they don’t want to go to a solicitor at this point as that feels too daunting, and maybe too expensive as well.

And sometimes it’s hard for people to make that decision because although they know the relationship isn’t right for them anymore, they are not convinced that leaving is the right thing to do either. I use a metaphor process which taps into the subconscious mind and gives clients a clear indication of the right way to go.

Knowledge is power in separation or divorce and I would recommend that you obtain as much information as you can so that you can work out what’s going to be best for you.

If you’d like to talk things through, send me an email or give me a ring so we can see if I’m the right person to help you come to a decision.

Divorce Consultant Diana Jordan

You might also be interested in reading the ‘Legal Structure of Divorce’ a two-minute guide to divorce proceedings.

A Better Way of Dealing with Divorce: book