Have a look at our informative legal guides to help you feel prepared.
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.
Writing a will is a serious process – and one that shouldn’t be undertaken on a whim. If you’re thinking about making your will, before you start, grab a pad and pen and consider…
Child maintenance payments can be arranged with your ex-partner or calculated by the Child Maintenance Service. But how do you work out what you need to pay?
None of us know what the future holds. A power of attorney document can bring you and your partner peace of mind by giving you greater control over what happens to you, your assets, and your finances if you become incapacitated.
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.
Parents separating and sharing custody can be a difficult time for a child. It’s important to make sure you communicate with them clearly, and listen carefully to their needs during this period.
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.
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.