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No- Fault Divorce - soon to become law

9th June 2020

  No-Fault Divorce - soon to become law  The Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill (which provides for “no-fault divorce”) passed the second reading in the Commons last night. Current law requires spouses to evidence at least one of five 'facts': adultery, behaviour, desertion, two years' separation (if the other spouse consents to...
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How Do I Protect Myself Before and During Divorce?

4th June 2020

How can I protect myself before and during a divorce? Divorce, whether it is your choice or not, is an emotional rollercoaster. There is so much uncertainty and information initially to take in that it is not uncommon to feel overwhelmed by it all from time to time and...
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8 Ways To Protect Your Children from the harm of Divorce

30th May 2020

  HOW DO I PROTECT MY CHILDREN FROM THE HARM OF DIVORCE? Our children are the most important things in our lives as parents. They bring us untold happiness and joy and utmost worry and grief at other times. Yet we would never be without them. We want to protect them from...
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12 Mistakes Men Commonly Make in Divorce

25th May 2020

12 Mistakes Men Commonly Make In Divorce 1. Moving out of the marital home This is indirectly indicating to your wife you are ok with her staying/keeping in the house You may have to keep paying the mortgage and the household bills even though you no longer live there You will...
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Pre-Nuptial Agreements and the Bankrupt Spouse

22nd May 2020

Facts if the case - S v H [2020] EWFC B16 The husband was aged 69, the wife was aged 56. It was the second marriage for both parties. Both had children to previous relationships. The wife was much wealthier than the husband having assets of £3m and a...
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