Every situation is different and the choice of whether to go down the divorce route is a personal one. An understanding of how the law of England and Wales deals with divorces as well as the alternative options, will help you make that choice. Sometimes it is easy to feel that divorce is the only route however, considering the alternatives might lead you to a better outcome.
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The much talked about “70-30” split of family assets is without doubt an “urban myth” and should be consigned to the bin along with the “common law marriage”.
If you run a limited company, you will be naturally concerned to keep it going after your relationship breakdown. You may have built up the business over many years, and it may be providing your main livelihood. Maintaining the business is probably a key part of your plans for the future.
In the UK, married persons who wish to divorce from their partner must, under current laws, show that the marriage has broken down irretrievably for one of five reasons.
Change can feel like bad news or good news, and when change is imposed on us it can feel impossible to rise to the challenge. We are easily overwhelmed by stress and uncertainty; feeling that we have no control.
Channel 4 has launched a new series called Strangers Making Babies, the first episode of which was broadcast on 23rd March 2021.