How can you tell the difference between dissatisfaction during a particularly tricky time in your relationship and being ready for divorce? Every marriage has its ups and downs but there are some things that indicate it’s time to move on.
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.
Coming to terms with the reality that you are getting divorced is tough and those early days often feel like being on a rollercoaster. Getting through each day can be a challenge, never mind deciding what practical steps you need to take. We’ve simplified the process for you by setting out the answers to 6 of the most common questions people have when they are first faced with the prospect of divorce.
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.
There are three different ways to deal with pensions on divorce. Pension attachment orders, pension sharing orders and offsetting. It’s important to choose the right option for your circumstances or you may lose out financially. Therefore, we have put a helpful guide below to help you understand more about these different options.
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 you are going through a divorce, it is easy to focus on assets such as the family home and forget about how you are going to deal with loans, credit card balances and other outstanding debts. You or your ex may even owe money that the other doesn’t know about.
No matter where you look social media is impacting on most people’s ways of life. Whilst it is certainly an effective way to keep in touch with people, could social media be negatively impacting on your relationship? Following on from our last blog which you can read here, we continue to explore this issue.
When you’re going through divorce it is quite natural to be worried about how your relationship with your children might change and how much time you will be able to spend together in future. You might also be afraid of losing contact with your children altogether.