Towards the Light set outs, in an accessible format, what we as family lawyers would most like to tell clients if they had the time and the headspace to take it all in. It aims to answer the question: “When I have got to the end of the divorce and separation process, what are likely to be the key things that I wish I’d known at the beginning?”
Focus is given to seven particular aspects of relationship breakdown:
- You and the Relationship
- Children and the Wider Family
- Divorce & Separation
- Process Choice & Costs
- Circumstances Specific to Your Relationship
Feedback on Towards the Light includes:
“Towards the Light is excellent – compassionate and sensitive”
“The book details some perhaps unexpected and uncomfortable truths eg. the Court does not treat the person being left any differently from the one who is leaving, however unfair that may seem”
“It covers the whole process from thinking about doing it (separating) to getting beyond it once the formalities are over”
“Towards the Light is succinct enough to feel manageable but detailed enough to give plenty of information”
James has practised family law exclusively for over 25 years and is a director of Family Law in Partnership. The leading legal directories have ranked James as a pre-eminent family lawyer for many years, with the Legal 500 UK also naming him as a leading mediator. James was given Resolution’s John Cornwell Award in 2014 which recognises lawyers who have gone above and beyond the norm in their work to support separating families. Contact James at T: 020 7420 5000 or E: email@example.com.
Elizabeth has specialised in family law for over 10 years. Her skills lie in all aspects of family breakdown, but she has a specific interest in managing arrangements for children both in and out of the court arena, as well as resolving financial disputes arising from the breakdown of a marriage or relationship. Contact Elizabeth at T: 020 7420 5000 or E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Download a copy of Towards the Light here. If you prefer a hard copy, free of charge, please contact Reception at Family Law in Partnership on T: 020 7420 5000 or E: email@example.com. You might also find Family Law in Partnership’s Divorce Diaries website of interest. Divorce Diaries collects together the experiences of over 25 of our former clients who have shared their experiences of divorce and separation in the hope of helping others.