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 […]

No fault divorce – has the time come?

By October 1, 2015
2 year study to investigate the benefits of a no fault divorce system The clamour from the legal profession to introduce no fault divorce in England and Wales has gotten a little louder this week, with the announcement of a 2 year study by family lawyer group Resolution to investigate the merits of replacing the […]

Quick Divorce – Is it possible and how do I get one?

By September 21, 2015
What does a quick divorce actually look like Once a couple have decided there is no way back, getting a quick divorce is always the ideal resolution that most amicable couples are looking for. But what is a realistic timeframe to achieve this and what can you do to help speed up the divorce process? […]

Online divorce – why do people choose it?

By September 17, 2015
Why choose an online divorce service? So it’s the second decade of the 21st century, but flying cars are still in beta and you can’t get to New York in an hour yet, but you can get nearly everything you want or need over the internet, including house robots and of course pictures of cats. […]

Social Media and Divorce – Some basic rules

By August 28, 2015
When I started out as a divorce adviser there were no Facebook posts, tweets, snapchats, WhatsApps and texts. The only way someone knew about your business, was if you physically told them, wrote them a letter or someone scrawled salacious gossip on a public toilet wall. Now, we have umpteen social media apps and websites […]

Can’t afford to get divorced, try crowdfunding it?

By August 27, 2015
With legal aid a note in history, divorce filing fees set to rise and people on middle incomes still feeling the pinch, we often have unhappy people on the phone, who simply can’t fund a divorce, even an amicable one and that got us thinking, what other ways are there to fund a something that […]

Dealing With Your Divorce Peacefully

By March 13, 2015
Divorce can be a very painful transitional part of life. This is especially true when there are children involved, since the entire dynamic of the family will be changing. However, there are ways of dealing with divorce peacefully so that the process is much easier, the children don’t have to bear witness to unnecessary fighting […]

How to get an Amicable Divorce And Save Money

By March 12, 2015
What to know the secret to obtaining an amicable divorce? Of course you do. We have outlined some practical information to help you obtain an amicable divorce, which costs you less in money and stress. The most important thing about getting a divorce is that you choose the right time to do so. Many divorce […]

After Divorce: Seven Ways to Rediscover Your True Passion

By March 11, 2015
Going through a divorce is a very challenging time in a person’s life. It is hard to adjust to being single again, as well as living “out of the habit” of being married, especially if you have been married for many, many years. Eventually, you begin to think about dating, but it is suggested that […]

Filing your own divorce papers – How it’s done

By March 11, 2015
Is filing your own divorce papers worth it? Doing your own divorce, which involves drafting your own divorce papers and filing them at your nearest regional divorce centre requires a lot of work and is hard to get right, which makes reading this guide to filing your own divorce a worthwhile step. Of course, anyone […]