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Post-Separation Counselling Support

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Going through a separation or divorce is one of the most stressful, life-changing events you can experience.

Whether it comes out of the blue or was expected, separation is the cause of huge upheaval. You may have to sell your home, arrange access for children or split treasured possessions.

This is on top of the ending of a serious relationship.

It is unsurprising then, that you may need help dealing with the emotions brought up by separation.

Solicitors from Jones Whyte can help you access post-separation counselling, which can help you process the separation and get to a place where you can look to the future.

Specialist separation lawyers from Jones Whyte can handle the legal practicalities of the separation, allowing you to recover emotionally.

What happens during post-separation counselling?

Unlike relationship counselling, which aims to save and improve your relationship, post-separation counselling is about moving on, learning to be civil with your former partner and dealing with a whole jumble of emotions.

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It can help you identify reasons why the relationship didn’t work. Post-separation counselling also aims to:

  • Help you forgive your partner if they are responsible for the breakup.
  • Set boundaries with relatives, who will need to learn the relationship is now different.
  • Help you deal with anger, sadness, low self-esteem and other emotions that the separation can cause.
  • Establish open communication with your former partner if you have children.

A good counsellor can help you overcome damaging emotions and move on from the most painful breakups. At Jones Whyte, our solicitors for separation will be able to help you access counsellors, while we deal with any legal issues.

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Choosing a lawyer for separation

When a relationship ends, especially if there are children involved, it makes sense to keep lines of communication open and build bridges where possible.

Of course, that isn’t always desirable. When choosing a lawyer for separation, it makes sense to talk to them before beginning the process.

Your lawyer should ensure they know what you want to get from the separation, what caused the relationship to break down and if your former partner is likely to be reasonable.

At Jones Whyte, we have an experienced team of family law solicitors. They will be able to help you through your separation, whether you need counselling or not. We also have solicitors who are trained in collaborative practice, which assists parties to work together to achieve agreement and resolution.

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If you are going through a separation, no matter your circumstances, contact Jones Whyte family law solicitors today.

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