Divorce is always a possibility. Even for those couples who say they are happy or at the least content. It's out there and so easy to start and so difficult to stop.
Legal & Financial
This is the most important part of the website offering help and support with all the difficult legal and financial aspects of the divorce process. We offer advice on how to get the best outcome from your divorce and how to cope with difficulties and traumas that you may encounter on your journey to the other side of divorce.
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Divorce is a time when life changing decisions have to be made. To help you make the best decisions you need the right legal and financial advice to guide you. We offer a service to help find the best local experts for you.
The right legal advice even before the divorce process begins is vital. Your lawyer can explain how the complex process works so you know what to expect before you start. It's vital to use a specialist Family Law solicitor for their expert knowledge and experience. We can help you find a the right Divorce Solicitor for you.
Finances are a very important subject and most people need expert advice from an Independent Financial Adviser (IFA) about their financial situation whilst contemplating divorce, during a divorce, or after a divorce. We can help you find your nearest Divorce Financial Expert.
Divorce is a difficult, stressful and frightening time and it can also be tough for the lawyers too. They very often have to work with people who are going through an intense personal crisis and are running scared.
Divorce, like everything else, is changing fast as we rush through the decade ever deeper into the 21st century.
The real truth about divorce is that one or both of you couldn't really afford it. It's a rare event for two people to split a marriage into two halves and both of them make it work financially. Two separate lives cost a great deal more to run than one.
In England and Wales divorce is granted on the basis of irretrievable marital breakdown. There are five reasons for getting divorced which can be cited as evidence of this breakdown. But it's not always that simple, a free, no obligation consultation with an local expert Divorce solicitor would be a good idea.
The five reasons for divorce are laid out in legislation for all to see. But what are the underlying causes for couples getting divorced or for Long Term Relationships breaking down?
Divorce is all about the children and the money. It's really that simple. If you have an agreement about how the assets of the marriage are to be divided between you in the event of a divorce then at least you won't be arguing about who gets what.