Divorce is a difficult process, and when one spouse is dealing with a chronic illness, it adds another layer of complexity at an already difficult point in your life.
Divorce And Separation
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You may not realise that if you divorce your husband or wife and divide your assets, you might end up having to pay a capital gains tax (CGT) bill. Divorce and CGT is a complex topic but one that is important to understand so you are not the one who is unexpectedly footing a tax bill.
Once you have decided to apply for a divorce, understandably, you will want to obtain your divorce as quickly as possible with the minimum of fuss and stress.
If your relationship with your spouse has come to an end, you may look to start divorce proceedings. To start the process of divorce, we will need to fill in the correct paperwork, sometimes referred to as the 'divorce papers’.
Going through a divorce can be a challenging and emotional process, especially when your husband or wife is dragging out the divorce.
Family court hearings can be stressful whether the court hearing is to decide on the residence and contact arrangements for your child or a financial settlement. It can be tempting to ignore solicitor letters and court paperwork or to not attend a family court hearing.
When parents cannot agree on which parent a child should live with after separation or divorce, some parents assume their child can decide.
After a separation, it is easy to get into a cycle of negativity surrounding the other parent and historical events. Co-parenting does not need to be difficult and can be a pleasant experience when the past is put to one side. Whilst this is easier said than done, there are a few small steps that you may wish to slowly implement to help you along the way.