How to get an online divorce?

How to get an online divorce?


When any of us get married, we all hope it will be forever. Sadly, for 42% of marriages in the UK, that turns out not to be the case, with the average length of a marriage for divorced couples lasting just 12 years.…


Who gets the house in a divorce with children?


The end of a relationship, whether it is a divorce or the dissolution of a civil partnership, is a stressful, challenging time for all. As well as the emotional difficulty, there are also practical considerations to be concerned with.…

how to divorce a narcissist

How to divorce a narcissist?


Divorce is never easy, even if it is for the best for both parties. However, there are some situations where divorce can be especially challenging. One of those is if you are divorcing a narcissist.…

How long after a divorce can you claim assets?

How long after a divorce can you claim assets?


A divorce is often an unpleasant experience for everyone involved. No matter how well-intended both individuals are, unmerging your life from someone who was once your “forever” is a challenging, messy, complicated process. …

How to change your name after divorce?

How to change your name after divorce?


While divorce often tends to focus on the distribution of assets, one element which is seldom thought about, to begin with, but which often comes to the fore after the dust has settled, is the question of whether or not to continue to use your married name, or to change it, usually back to your maiden name.…


Why people divorce and how to avoid it?


In the United Kingdom, a staggering 42% of marriages end in divorce. Of course, no two couples experience marriage the same. It is impossible to determine precisely why the prevalence of divorce is so high……


Divorce Financial Settlement: What can my wife claim?


When you decide to divorce or dissolve your civil partnership in the UK, there are a few different ways you can settle your divorce. You may settle your divorce by one of you agreeing to pay the other a lump sum of money, divide matrimonial assets or pay ongoing spousal maintenance…

Divorces & Annulments: How are they different?


The dissolution of a marriage can come in two primary forms: an annulment or a divorce. Understanding the differences between these two legal processes may be necessary if you are coming to terms with the fact that your marriage is no longer best for you and your partner. …

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