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Video: Why should I use The Separation Guide’s Q&A?

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Co-founder Jack Whelan explains how The Separation Guide’s Q&A will guide you through the separation and divorce maze. 5 minutes now will save you a lot of time, money and stress.

Video Transcript: Why should I use The Separation Guide’s Q&A?


Good day, it’s Jack from the Separation Guide here. On our website, we have an interactive Q&A which is helping a lot of people. The feedback that we’re getting is terrific. I’ll give you an example.

Jane from Queensland, and obviously the names have been changed to protect confidentiality. Jane made the point that prior to discovering the Separation Guide, she spent about six months trying to understand the system, trying to understand what the best process was for her and also for her family. Spending five minutes in the Separation Guide Q&A and then taking up the chance to have a consultation with one of our mediators and lawyers … Separation Guide has mediators and lawyers, which is very, very important. By the end of that, she said, “I finally understand what is the best process for me,” and in an email to me, made the point that if only she had discovered the Separation Guide six months ago, she would have saved a lot of time and money and stress.

So the message from people all over Australia is, give the Separation Guide Q&A a go. It really helps.

  • "I feel this website is the best, fairest and most sensible and economical way of handling things from start to finish." Anonymous
  • "We really got the royal treatment, compared with what we were used to." Anonymous
  • "Thanks for going the extra mile. I couldn't have asked for better service." Anonymous
  • "We are just so grateful for the way you have handled this. Our circumstances are so specific we needed the expert care....That's what we have got." Anonymous
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