If you are making spousal maintenance payments to your ex, you will understandably question whether you are still expected to pay when they have moved a new partner in and no longer seems to be having to manage on their own.
We understand that when you are separating or divorcing, you want it over and done with as painlessly as possible. You also will want the right outcome for you and your family.
We are sure you have seen the headlines for countless celebrities who have been granted a “quickie divorce” in a matter of minutes. You may be wondering whether you can get one too?
We understand that families often help each other financially and that the prospect of your child divorcing, especially if you have assisted them financially during their marriage, can be worrying. Here we look at the steps you can take to safeguard your investment if your son or daughter separate or divorce.
No matter how bitter your separation, few people want to have their future decided by a Judge unless it is absolutely necessary and there are a number of ways to avoid going to court.
When a relationship breaks down and parents separate, children can be left feeling very confused, upset and conflicted.
In some cases, particularly after a particularly bitter or difficult separation, a child’s feelings towards one parent can be psychologically manipulated by the other.
Divorce can be difficult no matter the circumstances but when you run a family business together, there are even more complications. It’s important to consider what are the best options for you and your family business if your marriage comes to an end.
When parents separate there can be issues over the arrangements for children and, in particular, how your children’s time will be divided on special occasions such as Christmas.
When you think about possible reasons why people get divorced, the more obvious ones tend to spring to mind: One person having an affair? Financial difficulties? A lack of love and affection? However, there are other, not as obvious reasons that over time can be detrimental to a relationship. Do you treat your house like a hotel? Are you addicted to social media? Read on to see if any of these feel familiar: