I don’t think I can afford a divorce

Date Posted: December 16, 2016

The biggest issue that both individuals and couples face when considering divorce is the cost – court fees, solicitors fees, administration costs and the unknown complexities of the process are all very real concerns. It…

DECISIVE vs. DIVISIVE

Date Posted: December 8, 2016

There’s no doubt that dividing assets between partners going through a divorce could involve stressful and difficult decisions, especially if the arrangement your solicitors secure isn’t the most agreeable solution. What if you could successfully…

‘What if my partner will not attend negotiation meetings’

Date Posted: November 29, 2016

Getting a divorce is difficult enough, and it can be even harder when your partner doesn’t want to work things out through amicable negotiations. The good news is we can still help you. Ideally the…

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Does someone have to be at fault?

Date Posted: November 16, 2016

It is reported that around 50% of all marriages now end in divorce, which is of course why divorce is far more accepted in today’s UK society than it ever used to be. You are…

COLLABORATIVE vs. CONFRONTATIONAL

Date Posted: November 14, 2016

When going through a divorce it may feel like you’re about to head into World War III with your partner, but that doesn’t have to be the case. Whether or not you’ve ended on good…

The real meaning of mediation

Date Posted: October 18, 2016

Mediation is a term often used but there is still some uncertainty around what it is and why it can be beneficial in the divorce process? Traditionally divorce settlements were resolved by a couple attending…

BALANCED vs. BIASED

Date Posted: October 11, 2016

The fear of lengthy court battles with opposing solicitors can often be enough to postpone a couple going through a divorce or deteriorate a relationship even further, because of how the decisions of spitting assets…

How to save thousands on your divorce costs

Date Posted: September 30, 2016

Divorce does not need to be expensive – the cost to file for a divorce or dissolution in England is £550. But all too often the costs escalate quickly if an amicable approach is not…

AMICABLE vs. ATTRITIONAL

Date Posted: September 20, 2016

Divorce for many represents a negative but what if you looked at it from another point of view? Rather than the traditional separation and legal battle to claim ‘the most possible’ at the end of…

Myths about divorce

Myths about Divorce #8

Date Posted: August 23, 2016

Children grow into more grounded adults if their parents don’t involve them in their divorce This of course very much depends on the child and how you as adults act around your child/children during your…

Do you need a pre-nuptial agreement?

Date Posted: August 9, 2016

So, you’ve popped the question (or been proposed to), set a date and started planning your big day. It’s a golden time; filled with romantic walks, candlelit meals and long chats about growing old together….

Myths about Divorce #7

Date Posted: July 27, 2016

A person who commits adultery will settle for less in their divorce because they feel guilty There are many reasons why adultery happens and often in the first year of someone admitting adultery there is…

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