Separating? Recognise when NOT to make decisions

A 5 stage emotional cycle is often triggered with separation and understanding where you are emotionally

Divorce and Separation

The end of a relationship, whether by separation, divorce or dissolution of civil partnership, often feels like bereavement. You may experience a cycle of emotions similar to those after the death of a family member or close friend. In dealing with practicalities like making arrangements for your children, sorting out finances and dividing assets, it often helps if you can first recognise where you are emotionally, and where your former partner is. Understanding this equips you to make rational decisions rather than ones driven by emotion.
You may find that separation following the breakdown of a relationship triggers the following:


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