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Best advice for dealing with separation and divorce at work

Date:7 JUN 2017
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Jennifer Wilkie Associate
Brodies LLP 

Everyone knows the adage 'don’t bring your home life to work'. In practice even with your best effort that can’t always be achieved. Where an employee is dealing with issues of health or bereavement HR may step in to alleviate the situation but what about when you are going through a separation or divorce? 

Butterworths Scottish Family Law Service provides a single source of reference on all aspects of the law as it affects married and unmarried partners and their children. It concentrates on those matters of real and constant concern to the practitioner the consequences of marriage breakdown such as care of children distribution of assets and associated problems with taxation and social security.

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Among other things separation or divorce can be stressful upsetting and often embarrassing. As a result performance and productivity at work can be affected. So how can you stay on point in your working life and also deal with the tribulations of divorce?


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