How to cut your legal fees and save £1000s during your divorce

If you want to know more about the many ways you can save money, this is for you.

I know only too well how easy it can be to rack up huge legal fees when ending your marriage.

With so much at stake, it can be all too easy to throw money you can ill afford at the problems or become too distracted to see how quickly your finances are being drained away.

I know because I’ve been there myself.

When unaffordable legal fees forced me to represent myself in court as a ‘litigant in person’, I had to learn how to navigate the family court system in England.

I had to learn quickly while finding ways to do what I needed to do with very limited funds.  I want to share with you how I avoided financial ruin and saved money.

Stop Paying Out! is designed to put an end to needless spending by giving you the knowledge you need to take control of what you spend. 

You’ll learn tried and tested methods to keep your outgoings in check during your divorce or civil partnership dissolution – and get useful insights from case studies.

Packed with useful tips, this book will show you:

  • The ultimate way to save money
  • Practical steps to reduce what you spend
  • How to slash your legal fees
  • Major cost-cutting hacks solicitors won’t tell you about
  • How to get legal advice without paying for it
  • Ways to put money back into your pocket
  • How to find and use free advice

It really is possible to radically cut what you pay for when ending your marriage or civil partnership – whether you use a lawyer or decide to go it alone and handle all or some of your case yourself.

Order your copy of my book, Stop Paying Out! today.  It will save you £1000s.

Stop Paying Out! – Kindle and paperback

Verified customer book review

Count yourself lucky: this is the book that will help you avoid haemorrhaging money — which you may not have – keep control, and stay sane.

Written from hard-won experience, concise and clear, this book lists dozens of UK organisations that can help. The author shares transferable, sensible tips, proving one thing: you can save money by doing as much as possible yourself, appoint lawyers when you absolutely have to, and survive. Lists of resources, glossary, index, it is all there.

Do not stint on the price of this well-produced, slim volume – it will be worth every penny.

If finances already are very tight, here, in the spirit of this book, is my own tip: ask your local library to buy it. If it cannot, buy it anyway. It will become your friend.

Claire Trocmé
1st May 2019