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.
Here are a few words decoded to keep you up to speed with the divorce lawyers. It's bad enough having to pay them, it's even worse if you have to keep asking what they are talking about.
Some of the things that can slow things down during divorce proceedings. A divorce can be subject to any amount of delay and sometimes procrastination from one or other of the parties is involved. If you feel you would like to speak to a local expert Divorce solicitor then we can help.
There are many different reasons for divorce and separation but for some unlucky individuals its domestic violence and intimidation. It is estimated that around 3 million people, mostly women, suffer at the hands of their partners and divorce is often the only solution.
Men have wanted to leave their wives and women their husbands through divorce ever since the idea of marriage developed in early times. Then it was as much about social and economic stability as love and desire.
Living together is not the same as being married, you avoid the possibility of divorce but your financial rights within the relationship are very different.
The current world recession is likely to be even worse for divorced people than for the rest of the population. Most divorcees find themselves in a challenging (that is to say, at times, bloody difficult) position.
The best way to have an expensive divorce is to not talk to each other and then argue every point from who gets the toaster or the Waterford crystal to the level and duration of maintenance payments.
Marriage and civil partnerships give those concerned rights during the life of a relationship and during divorce that are currently not available to those who choose not to formalise their relationship.