How it works.
If you can think it, ask it

How it works.
If you can think it, ask it

How it works.
If you can think it, ask it

If you need further help, please reach out to us. We love questions, feedback and feature requests. We respond within 24 hours.

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1.

1.

Circumstances: Hi, I'm Caira. What's your name?

Circumstances: Hi, I'm Caira. What's your name?

Introduce yourself and the names of people or subjects involved in your case. This will me help understand how they relate to one another or recognise them in your documents.

I'm most helpful if you share your circumstances. For example if you are married and a parent, the legal process for separation is totally different for someone who isn’t. 


Other information that is important: Whose name is on the deeds/mortgage, evidence of writing agreements, existing court orders, age of children, property occupancy, previous history with social services, special needs or diagnosed medical conditions.


No detail is too small and this includes changes in circumstances.

Introduce yourself and the names of people or subjects involved in your case. This will me help understand how they relate to one another or recognise them in your documents.

I'm most helpful if you share your circumstances. For example if you are married and a parent, the legal process for separation is totally different for someone who isn’t. 


Other information that is important: Whose name is on the deeds/mortgage, evidence of writing agreements, existing court orders, age of children, property occupancy, previous history with social services, special needs or diagnosed medical conditions.


No detail is too small and this includes changes in circumstances.

2.

2.

Questions: Be direct.

Questions: Be direct.

What would you like to achieve and what are your deepest concerns?


I wants to give you answers that are as relevant as possible. Ask direct question rather than open-ended ones. I'm not judgemental. Our conversations are private.


Don’t

-How do I vary a court order?

Do:

-I’m in the process of a divorce. 3 months ago we received a final order. However, today I learned that my ex has properties abroad that have not been disclosed. I would now like to remain in the family home with children and not sell it. Can the order be varied? 



-X, Y and Z happened, what’s the criminal liability for my best friend and I?

What would you like to achieve and what are your deepest concerns?


I wants to give you answers that are as relevant as possible. Ask direct question rather than open-ended ones. I'm not judgemental. Our conversations are private.


Don’t

-How do I vary a court order?

Do:

-I’m in the process of a divorce. 3 months ago we received a final order. However, today I learned that my ex has properties abroad that have not been disclosed. I would now like to remain in the family home with children and not sell it. Can the order be varied? 



-X, Y and Z happened, what’s the criminal liability for my best friend and I?

3.

3.

Drafts: You'll love this one.

Drafts: You'll love this one.

Writing is a chore. You are either worried about being misunderstood or using the wrong. Alternatively you don’t know how to write a letter that’s amicable, assertive but not aggressive.  I can help get you started or improve what you have already written. Examples of what you can ask me:



-Proof read the below message.

-Amend the below message to say or request x, y and x.

-How could I reply to the following message:

-I have received this letter, I agree with x but am unhappy with y and z. Can you write it as a polite but urgent reply?

-Is the below email from my solicitor reasonable? If so, how could I reply to it?
-Below are two sections labelled A and B. Combine them into an child-focused response.

1.

Circumstances: Hi, I'm Caira. What's your name?

Introduce yourself and the names of people or subjects involved in your case. This will me help understand how they relate to one another or recognise them in your documents.

I'm most helpful if you share your circumstances. For example if you are married and a parent, the legal process for separation is totally different for someone who isn’t. Tell your story, rant, waffle or blag. I want to hear it all!


Other information that is important: Whose name is on the deeds/mortgage, evidence of writing agreements, existing court orders, age of children, property occupancy, previous history with social services, special needs or diagnosed medical conditions.


No detail is too small and this includes changes in circumstances.

2.

Questions: Be direct.

What would you like to achieve and what are your deepest concerns?


I wants to give you answers that are as relevant as possible. Ask direct question rather than open-ended ones. I'm not judgemental. Our conversations are private.


Don’t

-How do I vary a court order?

Do:

-I’m in the process of a divorce. 3 months ago we received a final order. However, today I learned that my ex has properties abroad that have not been disclosed. I would now like to remain in the family home with children and not sell it. Can the order be varied? 



-X, Y and Z happened, what’s the criminal liability for my best friend and I?

3.

Drafts: You'll love this one.

Writing is a chore. You are either worried about being misunderstood or using the wrong. Alternatively you don’t know how to write a letter that’s amicable, assertive but not aggressive.  I can help get you started or improve what you have already written. Examples of what you can ask me:



-Proof read the below message.

-Amend the below message to say or request x, y and x.

-How could I reply to the following message:

-I have received this letter, I agree with x but am unhappy with y and z. Can you write it as a polite but urgent reply?

-Is the below email from my solicitor reasonable? If so, how could I reply to it?
-Below are two sections labelled A and B. Combine them into an child-focused response.

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