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.
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.
Civil partnerships can break down for many reasons. But to bring your civil partnership to a legal end, you will need to prove that your relationship has ‘irretrievably’ broken down.
Family mediation is an effective way of resolving divorce disputes between you and your ex-partner without the need for expensive legal costs.
Getting a divorce is not always an easy decision, but understanding the different stages of the process can make it a little less overwhelming.
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.
Separation is a difficult time for any family. Agreeing to bring an end to a partnership and take different paths in life not only has an impact on the couple at the heart of the break-up, but often the wider family and children involved.
Divorce is among the hardest experiences a person can go through in life. Regardless of the situation, a divorce is destined to be filled with many difficult decisions – no matter how unfriendly or amicable. Shared financial interests and child custody are just two of the big issues that typically require the input of a qualified legal advisor.
With the holiday season just around the corner, many parents in the UK will be preparing to care for their children over the Christmas break. In cases where parents are separated or divorced, this can be a particularly delicate matter – even leading to conflict over where a child will be on key dates such as Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve.