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The divorce process: a view from the other side of the desk

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Katherine Wright. Senior Lecturer in Law, Sheffield Hallam University. Drawing on a research project in which 40 clients were followed throughout the divorce process, this article attempts to provide some insights into the perspective of the client. The analysis is focused on two specific issues, first the need of clients to receive understandable information, and secondly the overall aims of clients embarking on the divorce process. See Child and Family Quarterly Vol 18, No 1, 2006.

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