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LIVE 24-SEVEN TRACY LOWE IT'S OVER - WHAT DO I DO NOW?


Your marriage may be over, but in many ways this is just the beginning. How you start the next chapter of your life is vitally important.


Your mind is racing with questions such as; · Where am I going to live? · Where will the children live? · When will I see the children? · How will I pay the bills? · Am I expected to fund two houses? · I have no pension · Is she really entitled to half of my pension even though it was built up before we met?


· Can she stop me seeing my children and who I introduce them to?


· Is he entitled to introduce our children to his girlfriend?


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These are just some of the questions husband’s and wife’s ask following the breakdown of their marriage. The fact that you're reading this means that you're thinking about instructing a solicitor, and of course you are worried about the cost – you may well be considering representing yourself – after all how difficult can it be? You might save yourself thousands of pounds in legal fees but at what cost? The trouble





is you will never know until it's too late. You know that cutting corners is a false economy. Separation and divorce are enormous and stressful steps to take. You will both have different worries and your financial situation may be different on a day-to-day basis. The communication between you may be poor, feelings of anger; resentment; despair and fear are all part of the breaking-up process. The children often blame themselves because their parents no longer love each other, their loyalties are divided and if only they could have their parents back together again life would be so much easier for them. They are terrified that their absent parent will stop loving them.


The fact that you're continuing to read means that you're wondering whether you ought to consult a solicitor now.


So why Tracy Lowe? She's not the biggest firm in Worcester, but that also means she doesn't have their targets or overheads to meet. Big is not necessarily better.


Tracy Lowe offer's you Tracy Lowe, that's who you will speak to and that is who will be standing by your side throughout this ordeal and by your side at Court... and at the end. It started with 'it’s over', but it will only end when it's all over. Tracy Lowe will provide the gateway.


Separation and divorce are enormous and stressful steps to take. You will both have different worries and your financial situation may be different on a day-to-day basis.


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& Confidential Service SPECIALISTS IN FAMILY LAW


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