Key considerations before filing for divorce  

Filing for divorce is one of the most difficult life-changing decisions in a person’s lifetime and one which many spouses are understandably reticent to embark upon. Various studies over the years have shown that divorce rates peak at key periods such as

Why are more divorcing couples hiring a ‘Private Judge’?

A private court hearing where separating couples hire a ‘Private Judge’ to accelerate the outcome of their financial settlements is becoming the way forward for more people undergoing divorce. The process, called Family Law Arbitration, can avoid a prolonged, expensive and a

Who will look after my children if I pass?

These days, most parents have a very good chance of living until their children reach the age of 18 (and, indeed, well beyond). Sadly, however, there are never any guarantees. This means that all parents need to think about what will happen

Preparing for Divorce: What you need to know

After couples spent more than a year being cooped up in lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, it is perhaps unsurprising that there has been an increase in enquiries from spouses who are wanting to split from their partners. However, making the

Nearly One in Three Believe Prenups Show Mistrust

Almost a third of Britons would refuse to get a prenup, arguing they ‘show a lack of trust’, research suggests. A survey by Graysons Solicitors found that 30.6% did not agree with getting a prenup before marriage, citing issues of trust, while a further

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