Archive for the ‘Divorce’ Category

  • Matrimonial Debt 6th, April , 2021

    The Pandemic has not treated everybody equally from a financial perspective. Some people have r...

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  • Now Might Be The Time 2nd, March , 2021

    The Pandemic has thrown up numerous different types of scenarios, which would never otherwise h...

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  • Divorce, Children and Money During Covid 23rd, September , 2020

    Divorce is a stressful process during normal times. During Covid it is even more difficult for ...

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  • You Can Have it Both Ways 7th, July , 2020

    Generally speaking the reason why a marriage breaks down does not have an effect on the way the...

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  • Putting Children First 22nd, January , 2020

    Putting Children First The Scottish Government are currently consulting on updating the law re...

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  • Do I really need a Divorce Lawyer? 10th, October , 2019

    There is a school of thought that after a couple separate it is perfectly possible th...

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  • Is an Equal share always fair? 14th, August , 2019

    There is a conventional wisdom that suggests that when married couples separate the matrimonial...

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  • Don’t Lose Out 19th, July , 2019

    Some people, when they separate, try to wring every penny out of their former partner. You w...

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  • Dissipation 15th, July , 2019

    No not some form of a illness but important none the less. In the papers last week there was...

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  • Beware of the Pension Share 31st, March , 2018

    Pensions and Divorce Alongside marital property, pensions tend to be the biggest assets that...

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