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Divorce in haste, Repent at leisure
What will a quick divorce lead to?
The end of any marriage usually generates very strong emotions and it is now being increasingly recognised that those who seek a quick divorce settlement often end up regretting the deal reached in future years.
It is often the case that guilt is a strong motivating factor and a ‘guilty’ party may be prey to a spouse seeking some sort of vengeance. It is unquestionably important that anyone going through a divorce should take a long term view and not allow the strong emotions generated by the end of a relationship to inform and shape their decision making whether in respect of financial matters or children related issues.
This is where an experienced Family Law Solicitor can assist and try and navigate a cool and detached path through the emotional jungle.
If you would like to make an appointment to discuss a divorce or other Family Law related issues please contact our Family Team today.
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