• Tips on how to resolve conflict with your divorcing spouse Divorce & Family Law Specialists
    Try and respect your ex-spouse/partner and his/her household  Find ways of being respectful rather than resentful. Do not personally criticize them, but don’t make excuses for their behaviour either. Do not allow financial issues to control your behaviour Live with the agreement reached or the order handed down by a Read More
  • Tips on how to resolve conflict with your divorcing spouse Divorce & Family Law Specialists
    STAGE 1 A Form A application with a completed form FM1 must be completed and lodged with the Court, together with copies and a Court fee of £255.00. STAGE 2 Once the application has been issued, the Court will serve the other side with the sealed application and a Notice Read More
  • Tips on how to resolve conflict with your divorcing spouse Divorce & Family Law Specialists
    Back in 2006 I wrote this article, its surprising how much is still relevant today… As the McCartney’s continue to slug their divorce out in a very public way, a call for a change in the divorce law has come from Lord Justice Wall,  one of Britain’s foremost family law judges.  In Read More
  • Tips on how to resolve conflict with your divorcing spouse Divorce & Family Law Specialists
    In the case of Wyatt v Vince[2015] UKSC 15 (11 March 2015), the Supreme Court allowed the former wife’s appeal against her former husband for a financial claim for a lump sum payment as well as assistance with her legal costs 18 years after the parties were divorced. The Supreme Court Read More
  • Tips on how to resolve conflict with your divorcing spouse Divorce & Family Law Specialists
    Financial Dispute Resolution (FDR) is the second court hearing out of three in financial… Read More
  • Tips on how to resolve conflict with your divorcing spouse Divorce & Family Law Specialists
    When a financial application is made as part of your divorce, three court hearings are… Read More
  • Tips on how to resolve conflict with your divorcing spouse Divorce & Family Law Specialists
    How long does the divorce process take?A divorce normally takes between 5 to 6 months. How long do I have to be married before I can get divorced?At least 1 year. What are the grounds for a divorce?There is just one ground for divorce, the irretrievable breakdown of marriage. You Read More
  • Tips on how to resolve conflict with your divorcing spouse Divorce & Family Law Specialists
    As Liz Hurley and Arun Nayar begin married life together, recent statistics have revealed that the institution of marriage could be in crisis. In 1971 some 68% of the population was married; by 2001 that had fallen to 54% and it is projected that by 2031 this figure will fall Read More
  • Tips on how to resolve conflict with your divorcing spouse Divorce & Family Law Specialists
    As 2006 saw the McCartney’s, Stein’s and Tarrant’s go their separate ways, in May 2006 the House of Lords delivered two landmark rulings in the cases of McFarlane and Miller. The aim of this article is to look at the important key decisions in those cases and how the decisions Read More

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