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How are children dealt with in divorce?

“Children are no longer dealt with in a divorce in England”, is the main advice we have to give to people wanting an uncontested divorce, but who may have issues regarding their arrangements for children. We use the term custody as opposed to the correct term “residence” as the majority of people still use that […]

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Responding to a Divorce Petition

What to do if you have been named as the respondent in divorce proceedings? The first thing to do is to not panic. You are going to be presented with legal terms and antiquated expressions, that you may not understand. Rule this, rule that, ancillary relief, matrimonial causes act etc. Don’t worry, we will explain […]

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Dealing with a joint mortgage after divorce

Dealing with your joint mortgage after separation and divorce can be complicated and time consuming, and a lot will depend on the wording of your mortgage contract and attitude of your lender. Your first port of call should be your Independent Financial Advisers, as they will be able to look at your income and outgoings […]

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What is the easiest way to divorce in England and Wales?

Divorce is never easy, we all know that. There are legal, financial and emotional considerations to be taken into account before you even think about the actual mechanics and paperwork involved in getting a divorce. This post assumes that the reader has sorted their living arrangements, children and financial settlement and that the reader wants […]

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Ashley Madison leak increases divorce enquiries

Requests for divorce information increases  at UK divorce website www.divorce-online.co.uk after hackers  released the personal details of millions of Ashley Madison users. The so called cheaters website was supposed to let errant spouses contact other errant spouses for discreet extra marital affairs. Divorce Online have received over 50 Ashley Madison related requests for information following the hack with […]

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The top 5 reasons for divorce

A survey of 5,000  divorce clients who filed for divorce  using the UK’s largest divorce filing service,  Divorce-Online, reveals the top five reasons for divorce in the UK. The survey was carried out by cross referencing data received on the grounds for divorce. The top 5 reasons for divorce explained 1. Couples just stopped loving each other […]

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