What is unreasonable behaviour during a divorce?

In Wales couples can’t divorce unless there is a “reason.” This is something that many people, including us, would like to see changed. However, as the law stands for now, couples can’t just say that their marriage has broken down, they need to provide a reason. The reason can be desertion, or adultery (within 6

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How and why to mark the finalisation of your divorce

Divorce parties are all the rage. You to have cake and cava, and if you want to end up in the tabloids, you can also spend many thousands of pounds to mark the end of your marriage. Of course, huge blow outs aren’t for everyone and certainly won’t be in everyone’s budgets, but doing something

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How to co-parent well

Co-parenting well after a divorce is a challenge. Many couples now share their children almost 50 – 50, compared to a few years ago where traditionally the mother would keep the children and the father would have them every other weekend. Co-parenting involves both parents laying aside their differences and still parenting together, even though

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How to reduce the cost of your divorce

Getting divorced can be a costly process. You will have heard horror stories in the media of couples racking up legal bills into the millions, which adds to the stress of an already stressful time. However, divorce doesn’t have to be as expensive as many people think it is. There are ways of reducing the

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How to ask for a divorce

Asking for a divorce is one of the hardest things that people will ever do. If your spouse is not expecting it, or you have not previously discussed divorce, then there are ways that you can ask that will make the process smoother. It is important both for you and any children that you have

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