Getting divorced during pregnancy can create extra stress for parents-to-be at a time when you want to focus on looking forward to the arrival of a new baby. If you are getting divorced while pregnant it is important to take specialist legal advice from family law solicitors on how best to protect yourself and your family.
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If you are considering divorce, it's essential to understand when you can start divorce proceedings in England and Wales and the legal process.
In the UK, there is a common misconception that if you separate from your husband or wife for several years your marriage is automatically annulled.
If you have been in a relationship involving narcissistic abuse, or you are contemplating separating from a partner with a narcissistic personality disorder, our specialist family solicitors can help support you.
It can be hard to come to terms with a marriage breakdown when a husband or wife deserts you or leaves a marriage unexpectedly without any obvious reason. When you have been abandoned it can make it harder to sort out a divorce or to obtain a financial order.
Divorce is a challenging and emotional process and when one or both partners are coping with mental illness, it adds to the stresses of separating and the complexities of sorting out childcare arrangements or financial settlement.
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’.