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Stowe talks is a programme of free webinars for people going through a divorce bringing together some of our best lawyers and professionals to help you access the advice and support you need. 

Next Stowe talks – How to divorce a difficult person and recover from a toxic relationship

Join us on Wednesday 26 May 2021 from 5.30pm – 6.30pm

Join lawyer Sarah Barr-Young and guest Sara Davison, the UK’s leading divorce coach as we look at how to divorce a difficult person.

In this free hour-long webinar, Sara shares her advice on how to divorce or separate from a difficult partner and recover from a toxic and abusive relationship.

Sara will identify the signs of abuse and its effects and share practical tips and advice on how you can protect your mental health throughout the separation process and start to recover and rebuild your life. Sarah will be on hand to answer any legal questions and the options available.

About the speakers 

Sara Davison is the UK’s leading divorce coach and NLP Master Practitioner with 20 years experience of coaching. The best selling author of “Uncoupling – How to Survive and Thrive after Break-Up and Divorce”, Sara combined her coaching skills with her own personal divorce experience to create a unique programme to help anyone battling a break-up to take back control and move forward to a better life. Sara is also the creator of the Heartbreak to Happiness Virtual Retreats and runs a highly successful podcast of the same name.

Sarah Barr-Young is the Managing Partner of our Ilkley and Leeds offices and has far-reaching family law experience. She is widely regarded for her expertise in complex cases involving allegations of domestic abuse and safeguarding issues. She is frequently chosen for her empathy and unrivalled approachability, and as such, a large majority of her clients choose her due to personal recommendations.


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