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How to have a healthy divorce

Divorce is rarely straightforward. Not only is it a huge transition emotionally, divorce often brings a lot of uncertainty when it comes to finances and the arrangements for the children. Not to mention what life will look like when it comes to friendships and the wider family once your separation is final.  It’s a daunting ...

2022-03-28T16:56:24+01:00January 31st, 2022|Divorce|

Acting for both sides in family law

Acting for both sides during a divorce has always historically been avoided by most solicitors. Why? Well, when it comes to sorting out the finances, many solicitors feel that it is impossible to act in the best interests of both spouses.  However, a change may well be on the horizon. Resolution, a community of professionals ...

2022-03-28T16:56:31+01:00January 17th, 2022|Family law|

Predatory marriage – does the law need to change?

Predatory marriage has become a rising issue in recent years, presenting a new challenge for the law. Whilst there are safeguards in place and laws against coerced and forced marriage, the concept of predatory marriage is proving altogether trickier. Here we take a look at what predatory marriage is, and why the calls for a ...

2022-03-28T16:56:39+01:00January 5th, 2022|Family law|

New Year’s Resolutions for the newly separated

The new year is widely acknowledged as a time for fresh starts and new beginnings. For many of us, it’s a chance to set some personal goals that can help improve our daily life, or the motivation we need to try new things.  If you’re newly divorced, the new year can feel even more pertinent. ...

2022-03-28T16:56:45+01:00December 27th, 2021|Divorce|

The legal industry post Covid-19

Since the pandemic, the legal industry has faced significant changes and challenges. But as we begin to move past the immediate impact and into the aftermath, it’s time to start thinking about the longer-term. What will the legal industry look like post Covid-19? And how can law firms continue to adapt? Flexible working Flexible working ...

2022-03-28T16:56:51+01:00December 20th, 2021|Family law|

Stonewalling: what is it and why is it so damaging?

Stonewalling is an extremely frustrating refusal to communicate effectively with another person, resulting in stress and anxiety.  It can be difficult to recognise, which is why awareness is so important. In this week’s blog, we’re giving you a brief outline of what stonewalling is, why people do it and how it can cause serious damage ...

2022-03-28T16:57:01+01:00December 6th, 2021|Stonewalling|

The practical steps to take after your divorce

Going through a divorce is a real adjustment, both emotionally and practically. When you’re experiencing a range of new and overwhelming emotions, it can be difficult to manage all the practicalities as well. It’s very easy to push them to the bottom of your list of priorities.   After your divorce, you want to be able ...

2022-03-28T16:57:07+01:00December 1st, 2021|Divorce|

The impact of Covid-19 on family life and relationships

The pandemic has affected every aspect of our lives. From the way we work and socialise, to how we think about what we want from the future.   One of the biggest impacts we’ve seen has been on personal relationships and family life in general. With national lockdown restrictions, homeschooling and home working, the family dynamic ...

2021-07-08T09:32:04+01:00July 8th, 2021|Children, Divorce|

The tell-tale signs that you’re ready for divorce

Coming to the decision that your marriage is over is never easy. Very often, it comes after a lot of thought, and much emotional to-ing and fro-ing about whether you’re doing the right thing. You might feel as though you should give the marriage ‘one last try’. You might worry that you’re acting in the ...

2021-01-31T12:50:29+00:00February 1st, 2021|Divorce|
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