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The divorce diaries: Experiences shared

It is critical for practitioners to understand the emotional impact of divorce and separation as well as the legal implications, says Carla Ditz

15 March 2016

As family law practitioners, it is our role to help clients focus on the bigger picture. This an extremely challenging task at times, given the nature of the job and emotional state of
each client, but one thing is certain: whether your client is a high-flying business executive or a stay-at-home parent, uncertainty, apprehension,
and often fear lie at the core.

While solicitors build up years of experience and expertise in their chosen field, clients can also benefit hugely from emotional guidance and hearing about the experiences of others.

In this article, we will look at the resource of shared experiences: diaries of those who have been through the divorce process and what they wish they had known at the start. These can be found
at www.divorcediaries.co.uk.

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