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Dealing With Divorce

Nigel Cassidy

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This podcast draws on its contributors many years of first hand experience leading people out of divorce misery. People blame solicitors for being greedy but former solicitor and author Diana Jordan concedes its the nature of divorce law in England and Wales which is to blame. This obliges family lawyers to work in an adversarial system, even though a good outcome ultimately depends on the parties involved sitting down and working out what is best for the children and how to fairly split shared assets like property and pensions. Far better to make mutual decisons, however uncomfortable, than leaving these to a complete stranger -- aka the judge. Solicitor Susan Keppe is a great fan of mediation but explains an initial meeting can be very useful in helping people to understand what lies ahead. Diana Jordan also has several tips for saving money on solicitors until it is really needed for the settlement itself. All of her advice can be found in her new book, details of which can be found at *dealingwithdivorce.co.uk *The podcast is a lively,easy and legal jargon-free listen and is recommended for anyone who finds themselves or their family in this difficult situation.

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Dealing With Divorce

This podcast produced and hosted by Nigel Cassidy is engaging, non- technical, and almost anyone even contemplating divorce proceedings should find it helpful. Diana Jordan believes "information is power" and understanding the legal process better can help you keep out of court, saving your money and sanity.

27 MIN2017 AUG 17
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Latest Episodes

Dealing With Divorce

This podcast produced and hosted by Nigel Cassidy is engaging, non- technical, and almost anyone even contemplating divorce proceedings should find it helpful. Diana Jordan believes "information is power" and understanding the legal process better can help you keep out of court, saving your money and sanity.

27 MIN2017 AUG 17
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Dealing With Divorce
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