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One in 20 divorced couples admit to ending marriage after less than a year

Monday, March 10, 2014

The traditional notion of ‘till death do us part’ is being shunned by many modern-day couples, as one in 20 divorcees (5%) admit to ending their marriage after less than 12 months, according to new research published today from Confused.com One in seven (14%) people admit to being in a relationship with their future spouse for ...

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pre nup agreements refused

Pre Nuptial agreements to be made binding but not this week

Monday, March 3, 2014

The much hyped news that the law commission is to recommend legislation to legalise pre nups was timely considering the news last week  that Victoria Luckwell, daughter of  of Bob The Builder inventor , Mike Luckwell has had three pre nuptial agreement ignored by the courts. In their bitter divorce battle, a judge ordered that estranged husband Frankie ...

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Women are leading the uptake of online divorce services

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Tech savvy  older women appear to be leading the uptake in online divorce services according to one of the market leaders in the online divorce sector. Divorce-Online has gathered statistics from all online sales of it's divorce services, which range from simple diy divorce forms and guides to Solicitor Managed divorce services, to see who was ...

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What’s Going On In The Mind Of A Single Mother

Friday, January 31, 2014

It’s no secret that the divorce rate increased over the years and therefore even the proportion of single parent families has increased. However, it’s a bit shocking to hear that in 2012 there were nearly 2 million lone parents in the UK of which the majority where women.  The UK dating scene has now more and ...

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How long does a quick divorce take

How long does a quick divorce take if we both agree?

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

The national average time for a divorce if you both agree was 33 weeks in 2014, according to the UK Government Ministry of Justice.The Government introduced regional Divorce Centres in 2015, which are designed to simplify the process and speed divorce cases up. The reverse has happened and practitioners are reporting massive delays at all ...

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Should England allow divorce without judges like France?

Friday, January 3, 2014

Should England allow divorces by consent to go through without the need for a judge as long as all the paperwork is in order? France is putting together a plan to allow divorces by mutual consent to proceed without a judge, simplifying a process that some critics say is already too easy. Social Affairs Minister Dominique Bertinotti ...

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