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Divorce involving children is a painful and often messy process. Disputes can quickly escalate and the divorce process can become bitter and acrimonious. Despite this, parents must try to put aside their disagreements and put the needs of the children first
The break-up of your relationship, family and home in a divorce is almost inevitably traumatic and stressful. Concerns about finances can make the process more unpleasant and complicated. You should aim to negotiate a divorce settlement that provides for each of you and any dependents
Whether you are using a solicitor or trying to manage the divorce process yourself, it helps to know what's involved in the divorce process. As well as ending the marriage, you'll want to sort out financial issues and any childcare arrangements. And you need to understand what you can agree between yourselves and when you need to involve the divorce court
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