No-fault divorce is the biggest change to divorce law in a generation. We explore what it will mean for you.
Getting divorced is one of the biggest decisions many of us will ever make – it’s natural to have lots of questions. Here are our most frequently asked questions about getting divorced.
If you’re transgender, at some point during or after transition, you’ll likely want legal recognition of your acquired gender.
We’ll guide you through what gender recognition is, how the law affects you, and how to find legal assistance when changing genders.
Making a parenting plan while getting divorced can reduce disruption to your child’s life. Learn how to make an effective parenting plan with these five steps.
The law doesn’t meaningfully recognise relationships outside of marriage or civil partnerships. But you can legally protect your cohabiting relationship by making a cohabitation agreement.
Unmarried couples do not have the same rights as married couples. But what rights do you have?
Making child maintenance arrangements with your ex-partner after you get divorced helps to support your children financially. With multiple options available, learn which way is best for you.
Child maintenance payments can be arranged with your ex-partner or calculated by the Child Maintenance Service if you can't agree.
Family mediation can be an effective way of solving a divorce dispute. By approaching the process with the right attitude and working constructively with your ex-partner, you can keep costs and disruption to your life down to a minimum.