Financial needs in divorce: your questions answered What happens with money when you divorce? It’s one of the first questions people have, understandably. In Financial needs in divorce: your questions answered, we take a look at this question in relation to the...
Financial Remedies Courts Good Practice Protocol Money is a hot topic when it comes to divorce – alongside arrangements for the children it’s something that often sparks arguments and power struggles. You may think it’s inevitable you’ll end up in court when it comes...
What is Financial Remedy? You know that you need to resolve your finances now that you are getting divorced, but what is Financial Remedy? Financial Remedy is the legal process that splits your assets and makes financial arrangements for you and your children. Heard...
How to prepare for financial disclosure‘Financial Disclosure’: two words that strike fear into most people’s hearts. Especially when going through divorce – Form E looks like your worst nightmare. It’s a long form and requires lots of paperwork, it’s true. But...
Three steps to getting to grips with money when you’re planning to divorce There’s no getting around the fact that money is a huge factor – both in life and in divorce. We all need it! And equally, there’s no getting around the fact that the only way to understand...
5 things to think about when figuring out divorce finances Just 5 things to think about when figuring out divorce finances?! Really? Finances. Financial Disclosure, does it all feel like a flipping’ faff? If figures aren’t your thing, the mere thought of...
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