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Financial Settlements after divorce
Financial settlements are often a large part of the divorce process. They can also be a confusing part because they can continue even after you have legally divorced – sometimes a long time after. Therefore, it’s important to know how to secure your financial rights and stop financial claims in the future from your ex-spouse.
Divorce without consent
Applying for a divorce can be a difficult decision to make, especially if you’re not sure your partner will sign your petition. Crucially though, you do not need your partner’s consent to get a divorce. Although it may be a long process if your partner doesn’t comply, they will not be able to stop you indefinitely.
What is a Decree Nisi and a Decree Absolute
When going through the court process to get a divorce, you will come across these two decrees. They are the necessary court orders which will legally end your marriage. These are a Decree Nisi and a Decree Absolute.