10+ Unreasonable Behaviour Divorce Examples

By July 25, 2017
A couple discussing unreasonable behaviour
LAST UPDATED ON AUGUST 29TH, 2019 If you’ve decided that you want to file for divorce, you must have a valid ground for divorce to do so. If no adultery has taken place and you haven’t been separated for at least 5 years then your only two courses of action are using unreasonable behaviour or […]

Guide to using Unreasonable Behaviour to divorce

By July 12, 2017
Breaking down the barrier between two people, concept
What is unreasonable behaviour & how to prove it? Unreasonable behaviour is the most commonly used ground for divorce in England and Wales and it’s because of a couple of very simple reasons. Unreasonable behaviour is used so frequently in 2017 because; The consent of your spouse is not required There is no set time […]

How long does a consent order take?

By July 11, 2017
Male and female shaking hands
How long does a consent order take? There is no surprise that the most frequently asked questions we receive come in the form of “how long” or “how much”. So, this post will give you everything you need to know about the length, process and costs of a consent order. What is a consent order? […]

Clean break orders in divorce – Why are they important?

By April 8, 2016
the signing of a clean break order
LAST UPDATED ON OCTOBER 4TH, 2019 A clean break order is a type of court order that is made by a divorcing couple stating how they will separate assets and finances. Obtaining a clean break as part of your financial order will formally sever all financial ties and also prevents any future claims being made […]

How much does a divorce cost if we both agree?

By April 7, 2016
2 year separation divorce image
Divorce costs vary case-by-case and how much your divorce will cost will depend on how you approach obtaining a divorce. Regardless of this, however, in every case, there are court fees to pay, which are often forgotten about but need careful consideration when assessing the cost of divorce. How Much Does A Divorce Cost? Court […]

How to divorce after 2 years separation

By April 7, 2016
2 year separation divorce image
LAST UPDATED ON AUGUST 29TH, 2019 Divorce after 2 years separation in England and Wales Commonly referred to as the quickest and easiest ground for divorce, 2 years separation with consent is indeed one of the five available reasons for divorce you are obliged to use when filing for divorce. Although this ground can be […]

Divorce after 5 years separation

By November 9, 2015
How to divorce after 5 years of separation It is possible to get divorced if you have been separated for 5 years or more without the consent of your spouse. This sounds easy, right? Well yes it is, if:- You know where your ex-partner lives. They acknowledge the proceedings in writing, by responding to the […]

Separation and divorce who leaves the house?

By November 3, 2015
Who should leave the family home? A big question for all separating couples and families is always going to be “Who leaves the house”?. How do you work out which one of you should leave, or should you leave at all? There are a huge number of factors that need to be considered, even more […]

Is a Separation Agreement Legally Binding?

By October 12, 2015
LAST UPDATED ON OCTOBER 24TH, 2019 Couples with some difficulties in their marriage may decide to spend a few days or weeks apart to give themselves some physical and emotional distance. It can be helpful when there’s arguments or tension to take a step back and evaluate the relationship. From there, couples decide whether they […]

My wife wants a divorce but I don’t… what do I do?

By October 8, 2015
The question “my wife wants a divorce but I don’t” is actually more common than you would think. Legally what can you do if your spouse does not want a divorce? Taking aside the moral argument about trying to save your marriage, legally there are a number of practical options. If you divorce in England […]