Free advice from a gastroenterologist can be invaluable to a divorce lawyer who wants to negotiate an appropriate settlement for your partner.
A gastroenterologists advice, free divorce consultation service has been launched by the NHS to help people negotiate a settlement between spouses, even if they disagree over the terms of the divorce.
The new website is called The Divorce Settlement Guide, and offers advice on issues such as:How much is fair?
How much should I get?
Is there a good settlement?
If you’re not sure what to get, The Divairologist can help.
The website also has an interactive map that gives users a sense of the terms and conditions of a divorce settlement.
The service will help anyone with a divorce, or any other family or personal issue, make a decision about how much to pay, and what sort of settlement is appropriate.
The service also offers free divorce consultations in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, with more services planned.
Gardai in Northern Ireland said it was aware of the launch of the website, and the company’s chief executive, John Kelly, said: “This is a very welcome and innovative initiative, and we welcome this opportunity to help all people who are contemplating divorce in Northern Irish courts, to make their own judgements.
The Divorce settlement guide was launched by The Diva.GMs office is in Belfast, where it was launched, but will now also offer divorce consultations to people in Northern England.
The site was created by Dr David Cogan, a gastroentrologist at the University of St Andrews.
He said:I’ve been involved in the divorce settlement service for 30 years and have seen the effects that it has on people.”
I have worked with people for decades, I’m convinced that people make a mistake, and it is really hard for them to come to terms with their mistakes.
“The Diva’s aim is to help them make the right decision and avoid a disastrous outcome.”
Dr Kelly added: “The Divas aim is that people have a better understanding of the facts, and that they can take more seriously the advice of their gastroenterists.”
It is an effective way of working, and I am confident that the Diva will be a hugely successful business.
“Mr Kelly added that the site would not be used to help couples decide whether or not to have an early divorce.
However, he did say: “I am a bit sceptical about the idea that you can make a judgement based on what you have read on The Divain.
“There’s a lot of literature that shows that you have to weigh up all the evidence in order to make a judgements, so it would be quite difficult to make any firm conclusions on this.”‘
A great start’GMs chief executive Dr Kelly said that the service would help people in divorce, even though they may not agree with the terms.
The divorce settlement guide is not a legal advice, it’s just a way of getting people to get to the bottom of their issues. “
We think a good start is to get people to understand the terms.”
Our legal teams across the island are working hard to provide the best possible service to people who need it most, and this is a great start to that,” he said.””
It’s not a substitute for an attorney, but it’s a useful start.”GMs general manager for Northern Ireland and the North, John Doyle, said the company would also be launching a new legal guidance website soon.
“Our legal teams across the island are working hard to provide the best possible service to people who need it most, and this is a great start to that,” he said.
“This service is aimed at helping people with their divorce issues, as well as those who are considering seeking divorce from another country.”GMA News