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24 Mar 18 #500400 by IvorProblem
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I developed some mental health issues and my wife decided she was better off without me, left and applied for divorce on the grounds of behaviour.

I have continued with my own MH struggles and continue to work and exist on a day to day basis.

I am undergoing treatment with the main issues including a crippling anxiety.

I am finding it difficult to progress my paperwork and I had trouble working towards the last mediation - and way before that and for some time I've just had general trouble getting to any divorce paperwork.

I am minded to ask if anyone helps with this but I guess the answer is 'a lawyer' but I can't afford one. What can I do?

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25 Mar 18 #500415 by hadenoughnow
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Have a look at the Wikivorce services to help LIP. Or call the helpline for a discussion about how we can assist.


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09 Apr 18 #500660 by IvorProblem
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Thank you and I received a couple of pm's too

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07 May 18 #501409 by Mitchum
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So sorry to read your post and you certainly need help. That is a blow which would leave most people reeling. You don't mention any medical support but if you haven't already done so, do go and talk to your GP and tell him what you've told us.

Everything connected with divorce is stressful and if you're suffering with anxiety issues it's all the more so. The obvious answer is to go to a lawyer but very many people can't possibly afford to. You're not alone in that. If you're struggling with the paperwork, do you have relatives or friends to help you?

Take a look at this website and see if this would answer your needs.

www.mckenzie-friend.org.uk/

Thousands of people have been helped to represent themselves with support on Wikivorce, but you're already suffering from an overload of stress you may find representing yourself too daunting.

Check out the McKenzie Friend site as it may just be what you need to get you through this. Of course Wikis are still here to support and guide you when you're feeling low.

Well done for reaching out and asking for help. Let us know how you get on.

Mitchum

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