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What makes a “good” divorce

Anybody going through a divorce surely wants it to be as "good" as possible? Obviously we tend to hear about "bad" divorces but that suggests there must be "good" ones!

I suspect a "good" divorce must refer more to feelings than financial settlements, divorce costs, who got what and so on.

But maybe where someone gets what they want as a divorce settlement, they'd tend to describe that as a "good" divorce?

I am sure there is more to it than that. What is it?

Andrew Woolley
Divorce Solicitor


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