If you suspect your ex might be gaslighting your children, you will need to be smart and act quickly.
Is there really a right or wrong way to divorce? People who have been through a split will often tell you that there are things they wish they’d done differently which, with hindsight, would have made the whole process so much easier on them and their family.
The Coronavirus pandemic is a constantly changing situation and we want to reassure our clients and anyone looking to seek legal advice that it is still possible to obtain legal advice and move forward without the need to meet face to face with a solicitor.
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.
When divorcing couples talk about splitting their assets they’re usually referring to the family home. Admittedly this can be a big part of the settlement but there could be a lot more up for grabs if you know where to look.
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?
Admittedly, a pre-nup is not the most romantic item on a wedding plan. In fact, it’s quite possible that it doesn’t feature on your to do list at all. Why? Perhaps it’s because you’re worried it will spoil the romance. Or, maybe you think pre-nups only apply to people with loads of money.
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.
Most people wish to protect their inheritance if there is a divorce.