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How to help your Divorce Solicitor help You

Your first visit to your divorce solicitor can feel quite traumatic. Understandably, whether you have instigated the process yourself or not, you’ll be feeling emotional. Perhaps you're not thinking straight - and that’s not an age thing by the way - our brain can only cope with so much information, it has a great filtering system and if you are constantly worrying about what’s going on in your relationship with your spouse, your brain will be constantly working with you on that and other stuff will get filtered out.





In this video, Farzana and I are discussing what you can do to help your divorce solicitor help you. We’ll be talking about what documents you need to take to your first meeting and we’ve got a useful checklist for you too that you can download. The link to download it is in the description box directly below the video.  Watch the video first though because the checklist with then make more sense to you.  


Because you see if you can be prepared for that first meeting, you may still be feeling emotional, but you will feel more confident.  Your solicitor won’t have to spend time to tell you what documents to get because you’ll already have them. So you’ll also be saving time and money and your solicitor can get working on your case much more quickly. 





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Margaret Yates survived a traumatic divorce herself, trained and worked as a family lawyer and subsequently became a life coach and Master NLP practitioner.


Her mission is to help you step back and think before you take the final step of ending your marriage. And if you decide that divorce is the way forward, to help you save money and support you through the process. 


You can find out more about how Margaret helps people at

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