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Relationships never die – they just change form

  Are you feeling that you’ve tried everything and nothing seems to be working? Do you think the relationship needs to be let go of and it’s time to move on? Are you completely confused, in emotional pain and with no idea how to make things better?   MYTH NUMBER ONE:  Nothing can save this relationship now Rubbish.  A relationship – especially when you have children – is more than a marriage or the partnership that contains it.  Even if the form of that...

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How to start standing in your power with money

You may have heard the saying that ‘How you do one thing is how you do everything’ – which, when you stop to think about it, is a big statement in itself. However, when it comes to earning, saving, being in debt and really getting to grips with your money habits, mind-set and increasing your income potential since your divorce so that you can begin to create that liberating financial independence – then the saying changes to ‘How you do money is how you do everything.’ This is the phrase that...

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Infidelity? It’s none of my business

Infidelity? It’s none of my business

    The shock of the breakup was so sudden, so extreme, that normal behaviour would have seemed inappropriate     The events that lead up to it should have left clues, but they didn’t register: The bank letters addressed in his name that I didn’t open because I’d learned that it was, apparently, none of my business how he kept missing the payments on the credit cards. The time he spent at the local pub which was natural for a hard working man, to need...

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Divorce lawyers and marketing – do they mix well?

  This week I may have lost some potential clients, by telling them things they didn’t want to hear. And fair enough.  We all prefer to work with people who reinforce what we believe, and it’s terribly annoying when someone contradicts us – especially if we’ve just spent a whole load of time and energy working hard on something only to get it dismissed out of hand by someone claiming to know more about marketing than us.   However, lawyers are not generally...

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Be Aware: 12 Key Questions to ask about your Will when divorcing

  When you go through a divorce or separation there is much to think about – but there are 12 important questions to ask yourself right at the beginning of the divorce process, if you are to fully protect your family’s interests:     Your estate could go to your ex partner – you can stop this. Your share of the house could go to your ex partner – this can be protected Your children’s next of kin, after you, is potentially their other parent – is...

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5 reasons families find themselves in an adversarial divorce

5 reasons families find themselves in an adversarial divorce

The Big 5 Divorce Myths There are 5 main reasons that families today can find themselves in an adversarial divorce process. These reasons are caused partly by the divorce industry, and partly by people not wanting to take full responsibility for keeping their divorce non-adversarial.  It’s up to us to change things!   True or false?  “We didn’t want it to get nasty, but we couldn’t stop it becoming adversarial” “I have to fight for a good settlement and what’s fair or...

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Why the Kavanagh's should have used collaborative lawyers

  Mr and Mrs Kavanagh, both lawyers, managed to squander their £3,000,000 fortune in disputes about their three children and the financial aspects of their separation. Whilst married for just 10 years, they then spent 5 years litigating and their combined legal costs were said to be £900,000! In a survey commissioned by Resolution in August 2012, 45% of Respondents thought “most divorces involve a visit to Court” and 40% agreed with the statement that “divorces can never be without...

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When the Ex is overseas and just not playing ball

Dear Suzy, Thank you for the free gift. I have a question which I am hoping you are able to assist. My soon to be ex husband lives overseas in the same country where most of our assets are. I filed for a divorce in this country and we both have UK solicitors. We have exchanged Form E – he sent me a few questions which I answered fully, but he refuses to satisfactorily answer the questions I sent him.  (In his opinion the questions were irreverent). Also a few months ago he proposed an...

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Why London lawyers like to share Divorce in a Box with their clients

  Divorce lawyers and mediators are beginning to share Divorce in a Box – for free – with prospective clients. Why?   4 Good Reasons to share this resource: 1/ No competition: No divorce lawyers have vouchers inside the Box 2/ It’s a travel guide for Stay-out-of-Court divorce – how to break up right, save money and protect the kids 3/ It contains vouchers for £100s of 1-1 free advice from wellbeing and financial experts offering complimentary introductory...

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Jay talks about dealing with the Ex

    Thank you to Jay for sharing his enlightened way of ‘dealing with the Ex’.   Know someone going through breakup?  Want them to stay out of court and to protect the children? Tell them about Divorce in a Box

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Central London Divorce in a Box

  You can talk to all of our experts if you get your own Divorce in a Box resource!   Two hundred London Divorce in a Box’s are available – at no charge! If you are lucky enough to get hold of one of the coupons for a free Box – or you have arrived on this page via the Directory listing of our experts, then please contact me at suzy@startingovershow.co.uk request a free London Box,...

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Four questions parents rarely ask out loud

How will I deal with the guilt when I look at my kids and feel that I’ve let them down? Time. Focus on the positive outcomes you want to achieve, and let your learning be their learning.   How will I survive financially and what will I do when the kids leave home, my career has been obliterated by the restraints of parenting, and I have no financial resources left? Be creative. Lot’s of full-time workers have lost half their pensions due to the financial crises of the last few...

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Suzy’s Story

Suzy’s Story

  A Strange Gift: Unplanned Solo Parenting   It’s a January morning in 2003 and I can’t bring myself to take the kids to school. What will I say when someone asks me “How are you?” The answer, you see, is just not the stuff of polite conversation.   “W E L L… My partner of ten years has just dumped me. “I was supposed to live with him into old age. I had no idea that he wasn’t happy. “I loved the bastard. “But that’s only the half of it – he’s...

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Francine Kaye – how to talk to each other and be heard

  TV Celebrity Francine Kaye uses the Imago technique to increase communication: an amazing resource for couples going through breakup.   CLICK TO VIEW VIDEO             Talk to Francine to find out more about how she helps you create Great Relationships whether you are together or apart.  Click here for contact details……                              ...

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