Separation and divorce feels like a full-time job, with documents, phone calls and email dominating life. Fortunately, the legal system is moving towards greater flexibility meaning you can do some of the job yourself and buy in legal support for the rest of it. Whilst this takes time it does save you money. Research and preparation is the key. But remember, you are doing this at a time when you may well feel exhausted and wretched. Get all the support from family and friends you can so that the “paper monster’ doesn’t take over.
Dr Anghard Rudkin Child Clinical Psychologist at the University of Southampton.
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