divorce-reasons

Why people divorce and how to avoid it?

Posted on Monday 27 July 2020

Alarming statistics 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 because each pair has their unique struggles, triumphs,...

divorce-pension

How long after divorce can you claim pension?

Posted on Monday 20 July 2020

When a couple gets a divorce, their pensions typically are included in the financial part of the divorce settlement along with property and other marital assets. Without written consent or a court order confirming the settlement between the two parties, both parties can claim their...

What is the cost of a divorce?

What is the cost of a divorce?

Posted on Wednesday 15 July 2020

Sometimes in life, you can be asked a question to which there is no direct and straightforward answer. So, when asked what the cost of a divorce is, the following are three answers which, between them, should go some way to answering this question. The...

file for divorce

How to file for divorce?

Posted on Thursday 9 July 2020

The journey of marriage is often embarked upon between two people who are brimming with hope, desire, and love. The commitment to tie your life with someone else’s forever is not one many take lightly, and it is a pivotal moment in so many adult...

divorce-decree

Decree Nisi and Decree Absolute: What you need to know?

Posted on Wednesday 8 July 2020

Divorce proceedings are comprised of many complicated applications and steps. In the United Kingdom, the decree nisi and the decree absolute comprise two of the most critical steps in successfully ending a marriage. Understanding the distinctions between these two steps, what they entail, and how they are...

apply-for-divorce

How to apply for divorce in the UK?

Posted on Wednesday 8 July 2020

If you believe your marriage has broken down to the point of separation, understanding the process through which a divorce can be completed is imperative. Divorce is often considered an overwhelming and complicated process. Although this depends on the state of mind of each partner,...

broken-relationship

Top tips on how to fix a broken relationship!

Posted on Sunday 19 April 2020

The breakdown of any relationship can be a harrowing and tumultuous time, and it often stirs feelings of hopelessness and futility. But a collapsing partnership doesn’t always have to spell the end, with many couples finding that, through fixing their issues, they can emerge stronger...

cope-parents-divorce

How to cope when your parents divorce?

Posted on Friday 3 April 2020

Whether you're 5, 15, or 50, your parents are still your parents. You fight with them, you laugh with them, you make fun of them, you experience life with them. Despite their flaws, embarrassments, and quirks, you love them. So, what happens when they turn...

fix-relationship

The height of divorce: Who, What, Where and Why?

Posted on Wednesday 1 April 2020

Human beings are innately social beings. We crave social contact, understanding, and a mutual tether that can be celebrated during good times, and called upon during difficult ones. To quote Mahatma Gandhi, “where there is love, there is life.” In many parts of the world,...

amicable-divorce

How to divorce amicably?

Posted on Friday 27 March 2020

Once you have decided to split up, as a married couple, divorce becomes the inevitable next step. However, once you get to that point, whatever the reasons behind the separation, whatever the issues, it makes sense to deal with the divorce itself as amicably as...

reasons-for-divorce

Most common reasons for divorce in the U.K

Posted on Friday 27 March 2020

Why most folks in Britain split up? Divorce is never an easy process for anyone to endure, even if both parties agree, it is best for them and their family. Make no mistake - a divorce doesn't just affect the two people severing the marriage;...

emotional-stress

How to cope with emotional stress during a divorce?

Posted on Friday 27 March 2020

More often than not, divorce can be a painful and stressful time for all involved; especially during these challenging times amid the coronavirus pandemic. It regularly involves a lot of hurt, upset, movement, a change of routine, periods of transition, as well as financial and...

This site uses cookies to make it more useful and reliable. See our privacy policy. Do not use this site if you do not consent to our use of cookies.