How much is a divorce?

How much does it cost to get a divorce?

Date Posted: March 8, 2018

Any divorcing couple will always want to know: “How much does it cost to get a divorce?” The cost of a divorce can be very difficult to estimate, it depends. Do you want just a divorce or a financial settlement as well. So it depends upon how much negotiating is required to come to an Read More

Amicable Divorce

How to split up amicably

Date Posted: February 26, 2018

In general, divorce is a topic you are not likely to hear much about unless you have been through one or about to. Occasionally you may hear from friends who are going to get a divorce.  But it’s the high profile cases, which are often splashed across the media, that we hear most about. Everyone Read More

Upset child

Children caught up in divorce

Date Posted: February 19, 2018

When you and your partner have decided to end your marriage and divorce, it can be one of the hardest things you’ve ever had to do. Once this difficult decision is made, it is often the next step to consider how you tell the rest of the family, friends, and colleagues. An obvious concern is Read More

No fault divorce

How to get a No Fault divorce

Date Posted: February 5, 2018

Although a “No Fault Divorce” is not accepted by the courts in England and Wales. With the law wanting us to continue to prove that one party is at fault. Divorce Negotiator are showing couples a better away to get divorced.  Nobody gets a shock when accused of causing the marriage failure in the initial Read More

Has the spark gone from your relationship?

Date Posted: February 2, 2018

At the start of most relationships, there is likely to be some kind of ‘spark’. This refers to the level of interest in the other person. Initially, it could be that this is one sided, with one person chasing another’s affection. However, they say that true love happens at first sight so this may be Read More

Parliamentary Review

Prestigious Parliamentary Review recognises Divorce Negotiator as leaders in legal sector best practice

Date Posted: January 26, 2018

Divorce Negotiator has revolutionised how divorce service provided. Their innovation in divorce law has recognised in ‘The 2018 Parliamentary Review’. The Parliamentary Review is an independent publication. Focusing on key governmental policy areas. A variety of organisations share personal insights. These include cabinet ministers, government agencies, associations and trade bodies. Divorce Negotiator represent the UK’s Read More


3 steps to improve communication before divorce

Date Posted: January 22, 2018

When your marriage breaks down, it can literally go from bad to worse in a matter of weeks or even days. There can be a range of reasons and circumstances that have a massive impact, mentally and emotionally. Whatever the reason, you may find yourself with a lot of things to discuss with little time Read More

Ending your marriage

Date Posted: January 19, 2018

When ending your marriage, there are a number of things to consider. Firstly, you are likely to have a lot of things to sort out with your partner, such as money, housing, property, possessions and childcare. This can be easier said than done.  If you can do this informally before going to court, you can Read More

Social media divorce

How to manage my social media friends if I divorce

Date Posted: January 15, 2018

When you consider divorce, you have to develop a mutual understanding with your partner about the process and the settlement. This will include arrangements with your finances, household and material things. One area that is often an afterthought is friends. A social media divorce can be tricky to handle. As a married couple, you will Read More

Better to come from a broken home than to live in one

Date Posted: January 12, 2018

Many married couples will come to the inevitable conclusion that divorce is the best solution for their future.  The idea of a broken home is also difficult to come to terms with.   However, being happy after divorce is far better than being unhappy without a divorce. When deciding on a divorce, a big added Read More

Pension Sharing

Pension Sharing & Divorce

Date Posted: January 1, 2018

If your pension was accrued during the marriage, you can pay part of it to your former spouse either by a Pension Attachment Order or a Pension Sharing Order. The Court must grant these orders. A Pension Attachment Order would divert part of your pension benefits at retirement age to your former spouse, but their Read More

Divorce Mistakes

6 Critical Divorce Mistakes To Avoid

Date Posted: December 31, 2017

If you are going through a divorce, avoid making these fundamental divorce mistakes which many divorcing couples make. Avoiding these divorce mistakes will help you to save money and spare you from the immense stress that you can go through in a divorce. Divorce Mistake 1 – Rushing to Court Probably the worst divorce mistake Read More

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