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Latest Stowe Support roundup

Stowe Support, launched in October 2022, is a dedicated home for our all our free resources designed to help inform and support anyone with family law concerns.

With new blogs, guides, podcasts, videos and events shared each month, here’s a handy Stowe Support roundup from the past month in case you missed anything.

 

Blogs:

What is economic abuse?

The rise in DIY divorce

How to help someone going through divorce

A guide to budgeting after divorce with money life coach Fanny Snaith

My spouse wants to divorce – what should I do?

 

Guides:

The pitfalls of DIY divorce

How to help someone going through divorce

What to do when your spouse wants a divorce

What is economic abuse?

 

Watch January’s Stowe talks and The Break-Up Club webinars:

Stowe talks: Budgeting solo in a cost of living crisis

South Coast Break-up Club: Building a new life after relationship breakdown

Bristol Break-up Club: Dating after divorce

 

Listen to Stowe talks podcasts:

Stowe talks 12: The role of the family court

Stowe talks 13: Representing yourself in the family court

 

Check out upcoming webinars and events:

Thames Valley Break Up Club – Top tips on self-care during divorce

Bristol Break Up Club – Financial planning for your divorce

Stowe Talks – Tech Abuse: what it is and how do you stop it?

Stowe talks – Creating your family through donor conception

 

Visit Stowe Support to explore our full range of resources dedicated to helping people with family law matters such as divorce and separation, finances, children, domestic abuse, cohabitation, alternative parenting, mediation, as well as support with relationships and wellness.

 

The blog team at Stowe is a group of writers based across our family law offices who share their advice on the wellbeing and emotional aspects of divorce or separation from personal experience. As well as pieces from our family law solicitors, guest contributors also regularly contribute to share their knowledge.

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