Do you want to do this the easy way or the hard way?

Doing things the hard way?

Falling out with your partner is bad enough but imagine if someone came along and made things a lot worse? When tensions are high, the slightest bit of new information, gossip or untrue accusation can heighten the pressure on the situation. Divorce is often perceived as a civilised war, where solicitors control the puppet strings and purse strings to suit their needs in their own orchestra.

easy hardA solicitor is generally a busy person and doesn’t have time to get to know you and your whole situation. Those that deal with divorce will simply want to make as much money as possible to make it worth their while. They are not particularly bothered about the emotional journey you and your partner will undertake or the impact on your family. An old-fashioned solicitor would traditionally consider your divorce as a war between you and your partner and they will take your side and draw out the process.

A long drawn out process will inevitably lead to high costs and time to get a solution and your solicitors will correspond to work out an agreement. However, it makes sense for the couple to both be aware of each other’s concerns and interests. With Divorce Negotiator, you will both be informed of corresponding letters and work together for a quicker, cheaper and amicable divorce solution.

The following case study focuses on the trouble with old solicitors. Read more here.

Do you want to do this the easy way or the hard way? was last modified: September 4th, 2019 by Carol Sullivan

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