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Pocket Lawyer: Divorce and Separation 2nd ed

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ISBN13: 9781859418628
ISBN: 1859418627
Published: November 2003
Publisher: Routledge-Cavendish
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £17.99



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The Pocket Lawyer series is designed for members of the public who want 'how to' guidance in situations that would normally require expert advice. Each title: Is written by experts in their field Contains all the information you need in one book Has an accessible and user-friendly layout and structure Is supported by a companion website providing free updates and ready-to-use documents and letters This book enables you to explore the options available to you when a marriage breaks down. It gives you all the information and paperwork you need,from conciliation and meditation through to separation and divorce. It provides the agreements and forms required for a mutually agreeable separation or a simple, uncontested DIY divorce. If you need to find a lawyer, Divorce and Separation will help you find one. It will also help when children are involved, offering advice on breaking the news to them and making arrangements for them.

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Contents:
Can we work it out?; Is separation an option for you?; Agreeing to seperate; Separation and children; Your separation questionnaire; Draft Separation Agreement; You and your solicitor; Emergencies: domestic violence; Emergencies: going to court; Legal help and public funding; Divorce: how do I get one?; Filling in the petition; Filling in the Statement of Arrangements for Children; If you are a respondent; The next stages; Dividing the spoils; The family home: safeguarding your rights; Managing stress; Children; Some real life 'behaviour' particulars.