Doncaster is famously known for horse racing. The Doncaster Gold Cup is the oldest regulated horse race in the world and first begun in 1766. Just ten years later the St Leger Stakes was run at Doncaster Racecourse (DN4 5HH) for the first time and it remains the oldest Classic race in the world. The Normans built fine castles and two survive in Doncaster; at Conisbrough (DN12 3BU) and Tickhill (DN11 9QP). Many fine buildings were built in the Georgian and Regency era, including the Mansion House, which was opened in 1749 and is one of only three Mansion Houses in England (DN1 1BN).
Things to see in Doncaster
Yorkshire Wildlife Park – UKs number 1 walk-through wildlife adventure park. It holds some of the most at risk species such as polar bears, black rhino, lions, tigers and giraffes. Yorkshire Wildlife Park, Branton, Doncaster DN4 6TB
Doncaster Museum & Art Gallery – Shares Doncaster’s history from the Ice Age to present day. It shows this through archaeology, natural history and fine art. There is an art gallery, displaying exhibitions of a variety of artists and local art clubs. Chequer Rd, Doncaster DN1 2AE.
Potteric Carr Nature Reserve – is a great place for bird watching and attracts large number of wetland birds. There is also a trail to follow that tells a story to keep the children amused. Potteric Carr Visitor Centre, Mallard Way, Doncaster DN4 8DB
Here are two divorce solicitor options in Doncaster:
Andrew Isaacs Law Ltd specialise in divorce and all areas of family law and they are known for their commitment and strength in the way they represent clients and put their cases before the courts. You can find their offices at Regent Chambers, 3 Regent Terrace, Doncaster, DN1 2EE. They also feature in The Hug Directory and you can contact Lisa Nesbitt and Amanda Page HERE
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Alternatively, Taylor Bracewell Solicitors is a dynamic and forward-thinking legal firm with offices in Doncaster and Sheffield. They are located at 17-23 Thorne Rd, Doncaster, DN1 2RP.
You’ve arrived at the point where you need go through the process of dissolution or divorce.
You may have been milling things over for months or even years. Alternatively, you may be in shock because something has happened to lead you to want to separate or divorce. This event could be discovering that your partner is having an affair, suffering from a form of domestic abuse or meeting someone new yourself. Maybe you don’t want a divorce or dissolution. On the other-hand, you could both feel that there is just no reason to carry on. Whatever the circumstances, it’s over.
There are many reasons why people decide that they want to separate or divorce from their partner. For some couples, there may be no particular reason for a couple to drift apart. Maybe you have been told by your partner that they want to separate or divorce YOU. The scenarios for relationships ending are almost infinite.
Make a plan
Whatever the circumstances in which you have found yourself teetering on the edge of uncoupling, the same things apply; you need to have a plan. There are many strands to a partnership and you need to find the best way to untie the knot.
Whatever you do, don’t stick your head in the sand.
Pretending it’s not happening may, in years to come lead you to wish that you had been more assertive. However hard it may be, there are resources available to you, regardless of your financial situation. You may find yourself one of the many getting a divorce acting for themselves as a “litigant in person”.
You can find help
The thing is not to panic. There are thousands of people who have been through this process and there will be thousands more. When things seem really tough, you must set yourself a goal and believe that they can only get better. You may end up in a different house, changing your career, or living with less money. Whatever happens, from now on you have to be adaptable and create positives. Here at The Group Hug, you can find support from others by chatting in our safe forum. You will also find informative blog posts from experts.