When entering a marriage or civil partnership, you may consider a prenuptial agreement; a document declaring how assets will be split between the couple should the marriage eventually end in divorce.
When parents split up, it’s common for their children to live for part of the time with each parent. This is often referred to as shared custody, although the modern term is ‘shared residence’.
Family mediation is an effective way of resolving divorce disputes between you and your ex-partner without the need for expensive legal costs.
Arranging contact with your children after a divorce is essential. How you come to this agreement will depend upon the state of your relationship with your ex-spouse, as well as with your children.
Making a prenup with your future spouse may feel uncomfortable. But protecting your assets in advance can help you both avoid more heartache if you decide to separate in the future.
Before you marry, you may consider getting a prenuptial agreement, or prenup. Here's everything you need to know about prenups, including when and how to create one in the UK.
As a married couple, you may consider getting a postnuptial agreement, or postnup. Here's everything you need to know about postnups, including when and how to create one in the UK.
When separating from or divorcing your partner, it will be important to decide where your child will live, to ensure their future wellbeing.
There can be many reasons why you or your spouse are seeking a divorce – but officially there are 5 causes that can be used to justify a legal end to your relationship.