Advertisement featureNew Year's ResolutionsotnWith a New Year comes resolutions for a newstart. Many decide to lose weight or changetheir career but sadly for some, a new startextends to a major life change in the form ofa divorce.Often, couples who are experiencingdifficulties delay in taking action to end theirrelationship until after Christmas as they donot want extended family memers to knowthat all is not well. Christmas itself can also putadded strain on a deteriorating relationship constructive discussion and problem solvingdue to financial pressures and juggling the and the lawyers work as a team to seek therequirements of respective family members best solutions for the couple.Separation or divorce will be the only avenue The collaborative law process can be used toleft for many couples who have already reach agreements about financial settlementsexplored reconciliation. Unfortunately, thiscan have far-reaching consequences for themany children and their wider family. Obtainingclear and pragmatic advice about the optionsavailable is important as is resolving the mporissues quickly and effectively with minimum The meetings take place at the couples' ownexpenseand arrangements for children and enables thecouple to have a more positive relationshipmoving forward, which is particularlywhere there are children involved.pace, with some only requiring two meetingsAn agreed outcome is always best and this to reach an agreement and others more.can be achieved through the Collaborative The process is flexible, designed to suit theLaw process where each person appoints couple, their circumstances and the issues fortheir own trained collaborative lawyer and discussion.negotiations are conducted by a series ofmeetings between all four instead of by Jayne Turner is a Partner at Ashfords. She is acorrespondence or telephone.trained and experienced collaborative lawyerand advise on whether CollaborativeAn agreement is signed which commits the Law is the right option for you. She is also acouple and their lawyers to resolving theissues without going to court, meaning i the Resolution Accredited Specialist in Financialcollaborative process breaks down, the same Provision and Pensions on Divorce and islawyers cannot represent them. However, an Advanced Member of the Law Society'sthe success rate is high with the focus on Family Law PanelFor further information, please contact:Jayne Turner PartnerT: 01823 232370·cj.turner@ashfords.co.ukOSTTTOrCSAshford Court, Blackbrook Park Avenue, Taunton TA1 2PX

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Advertisement feature New Year's Resolutionsotn With a New Year comes resolutions for a new start. Many decide to lose weight or change their career but sadly for some, a new start extends to a major life change in the form of a divorce. Often, couples who are experiencing difficulties delay in taking action to end their relationship until after Christmas as they do not want extended family memers to know that all is not well. Christmas itself can also put added strain on a deteriorating relationship constructive discussion and problem solving due to financial pressures and juggling the and the lawyers work as a team to seek the requirements of respective family members best solutions for the couple. Separation or divorce will be the only avenue The collaborative law process can be used to left for many couples who have already reach agreements about financial settlements explored reconciliation. Unfortunately, this can have far-reaching consequences for them any children and their wider family. Obtaining clear and pragmatic advice about the options available is important as is resolving the mpor issues quickly and effectively with minimum The meetings take place at the couples' own expense and arrangements for children and enables the couple to have a more positive relationship moving forward, which is particularly where there are children involved. pace, with some only requiring two meetings An agreed outcome is always best and this to reach an agreement and others more. can be achieved through the Collaborative The process is flexible, designed to suit the Law process where each person appoints couple, their circumstances and the issues for their own trained collaborative lawyer and discussion. negotiations are conducted by a series of meetings between all four instead of by Jayne Turner is a Partner at Ashfords. She is a correspondence or telephone. trained and experienced collaborative lawyer and advise on whether Collaborative An agreement is signed which commits the Law is the right option for you. She is also a couple and their lawyers to resolving the issues without going to court, meaning i the Resolution Accredited Specialist in Financial collaborative process breaks down, the same Provision and Pensions on Divorce and is lawyers cannot represent them. However, an Advanced Member of the Law Society's the success rate is high with the focus on Family Law Panel For further information, please contact: Jayne Turner Partner T: 01823 232370·cj.turner@ashfords.co.uk OSTTTOrCSAshford Court, Blackbrook Park Avenue, Taunton TA1 2PX

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