Your First Meeting with your Divorce Lawyer

Getting records together for your new divorce solicitor or mediator is a first step in the divorce process. Sometimes one’s financial state seems to be a jumble of loans and assets and the solicitor will have to get a general idea of


In reading the headlines over the last couple of weeks, one would have thought that it is now settled law that every divorced Mum would be compelled to go out and “get a job”. This follows the high profile divorce of Mrs

10 Things to Know About Divorce

Divorce is a life transition that generates permanent changes. One can never go back – only forward. Divorce affects finances, relationships and career choices. It can be a positive catalyst for a metamorphosis. Divorce is not a linear process, one can back

10 Steps to Coping with Infidelity

Many couples remain married despite infidelity and this is often celebrated as marital success by both the infidelity support community and marital therapists. What is discussed less often is the quality and nature of the post-infidelity marriage – unfortunately many are little


Why Work with a Divorce Lawyer

  The doing away with Legal Aid has courted much controversy in the media, across the legal community and for those people who have been affected by its demise. This has been coupled with a government sponsored push to drive compulsory Mediation

The Clean Break and Spousal Maintenance

Divorce (Financial Provisions) Bill received its second reading in the House of Lords in June 2014. One objective of the Bill, which was introduced by Baroness Deech, is to limit maintenance payments to three years by making changes to the Matrimonial Causes


Is an Online Divorce Right for You?

In April 2013, individuals that were seeking to divorce their husband or wife were no longer entitled to legal aid (unless they had been the victim of domestic abuse) irrespective of their financial circumstances. As a result of this, companies offering online

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