New Beginnings: The Next Chapter

New Beginnings: The Next Chapter
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New Beginnings: The Next Chapter

New Beginnings: The Next Chapter

New Beginnings: The Next Chapter

New Beginnings: The Next Chapter

January is the coldest month of the year, and, in reality, the Arctic vibe extends beyond the temperature. Did you know that January has the highest rate for divorce? As a matter of fact, it’s 50% higher than any other time of the year.

The festive period is supposed to be a time of goodwill to all, however, it is fraught with so many unseen pressures and stress, sometimes it is impossible to play ‘happy families’ and as a result, sometimes these added pressures can become the breaking point for many thousands of families across the UK.

Linda Jones, a Matrimonial Solicitor at Brethertons, explains: “The pressures of the holiday season can also affect those families that have been unhappy for some time, and in some cases, this time of year can signal the final straw and start the process of separation. Couples who have been considering separating will stay together for Christmas ‘because of the kids’ and then make a New Year’s resolution to get out of an unhappy relationship.

“Lawyers see divorce as a legal problem,” Linda says, “but for the individuals involved, it’s a catastrophic emotional event. Yes, they want the legal details dealt with and the financial settlement they’re entitled to, but they’re also frightened and upset. They need support.”

Brethertons have the facility to offer exactly this type of support in the form of therapeutic group work. Female clients are invited to attend a free eight week course New Beginnings: The Next Chapter, facilitated by our Consultant Counsellor. The course offers the opportunity to discuss shared experiences and responses to relationship breakdown, to understand the complexity of relationships and to consider choices for the future.

Brethertons have undertaken interviews and asked for feedback from a couple of our clients who have recently gone through the divorce process and attended New Beginnings: The Next Chapter. I have included these along with details of our unique approach that is very different to your standard law firm in the press pack:

I hope you will find these materials helpful. I will call you in the next few days to discuss our case studies and New Beginnings: The Next Chapter course in more detail and answer any questions you may have. If you would like to talk sooner please do not hesitate to call or email me on: 07463994834 and marieparkinson@brethertons.co.uk

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