- You can divorce amicably if you both are prepared to
When we don’t know how to do something we go and search to find how to do it. For years it’s been believed that it is in the best interest of each party to employ someone to fight for their corner. However history has taught us this is in fact not in the best interest of the divorcing couple, their children or their immediate family. When couples have children it must be paramount for them to divorce as amicably as possible having someone informing them of their choices of the law, of their financial outcome in the best way possible. We struggle to understand couples who have minimal assets giving tens of thousands of it to their solicitors to go on holiday when they cannot afford to. Times have changed, the law has changed and mind set has changed. So before you employ someone to fight your corner, get all the facts and options, all the costs and all the time scales and the make up your mind which style of divorce you would prefer.