The Post-summer Divorce GuidePosted: 6th September 2016

We always hope that summer will be a period of hot sunny days and time spent relaxing with the family. Whilst we cannot guarantee the weather in England, we can be sure that by the end of the summer holidays parents are often exhausted from caring for their children whilst juggling work commitments. In addition, the stresses and strains on their own relationship are often highlighted, often particularly so at the end of the annual family holiday. Like Christmas, the summer holiday season often forces people to spend time together which makes them realise they are not happy in their relationships. Holidays which are supposed to be a time of happiness and relaxation can often be the exact opposite. At the end of the holiday, people have sometimes reached the conclusion that they would rather separate from their partner than experience another stressful and unhappy time.

Choosing your divorce lawyer
It is important to have confidence and trust in the divorce lawyer representing you. Going through a divorce is a sensitive and emotional time and you will be discussing the personal details of your marriage, so it is important to build a trusting working partnership. If the other party is causing delays with paperwork and communication, you need a solicitor who will understand and do everything in their power to ensure that your divorce runs as smoothly as possible and in order to minimise stress.

Divorce is an upsetting time and everybody recovers at their own pace. It helps to have supportive friends and family at this time and to build up a network of support. At EMG, we pride ourselves on offering a bespoke service which we tailor to meet your individual needs. I am an expert divorce lawyer and offer the specialist support needed to get you through your divorce or separation. I am on hand and ready to help you. Please contact me on [email protected] or 0191 383 7424.