ADR for Divorce – Coronavirus and beyond If there is one thing we can be certain of right now, it’s that there is no certainty. Are you a planner? If so, you’ll be feeling particularly uneasy right now. Did you attend Get Divorce Ready Live in...
What do you need a divorce lawyer for? Not everyone who goes to see a divorce lawyer wants a divorce. Often, seeing a divorce lawyer is your first action when you know something in your marriage needs to change. It doesn’t always mean that your relationship is...
Your Guide to Legal Jargon in Divorce from M-ZThe emotional process of divorce is challenging. Entering the legal process, with all the associated jargon, rules and protocols often feels overwhelming. Your Guide to Legal Jargon in Divorce from M-Z is a continuation...
Is #nofaultdivorce on its way in England and Wales?On 25 June 2019 the Divorce Dissolution and Separation Bill had its second reading in Parliament. If the Bill becomes law it will be possible to divorce without either waiting for a minimum of two years or attaching...
Divorce and what to do next Divorce and what to do next is a topic that comes up frequently for my clients and members of my Facebook Group Ladies Who Leave. Many ladies get into a panic because they think that they have to have it all organised from the get go. They...
Divorce and Family Mediation Divorce and Family Mediation. Does that just make your heart sink? Are you fed up of talking? Have you spent months in relationship counselling and got precisely nowhere? Are you sick of the sight of each other and frankly the idea of...
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