8 Types of Affair And How They Can Affect Your Marriage

I work with many clients whose relationship difficulties have been contributed to by “inappropriate extra-marital relationships”.

In my other blog Not All Affairs End In Divorce, I talk about how not all “cheating” leads to the end of a marriage. I do know of couples who have survived cheating but this is not always possible and everyone’s situation is completely different. 

Andrew G. Marshall, in his book “How Can I Ever Trust You Again?” advises that when someone..

8 Factors To Consider When Looking For A New Home

When a couple divorce, consideration needs to be given to the future housing needs of each of them and of course the children. The family law solicitors involved in the case will advise their respective client as to how this is approached in the legal process.

The possible sale of the family home as part of the divorce settlement can be difficult for the family to face. The sale may not be a voluntary decision and as such, arranging the..

Checklist For Moving House From A Residential Property Expert

Moving house and getting divorced are each described as one of the most stressful things you can do in life. It can, of course, be particularly challenging if you are facing both at the same time.

To help provide expert guidance about moving house, I have collaborated on this 2 part blog series with experienced residential property finder, Sally Rule.

In Part 1, Sally gave advice on the factors to consider when choosing your new property. Here she provides us with..

Getting Divorced? Don’t Forget To Consider Your Retirement Plans…

During their marriage, couples may well have discussed ideas for a joint retirement plan, perhaps agreeing at what age each will retire, and what they both want their life to be like in retirement.

Plans may have been put in place some time ago, including steps for financial planning, e.g. saving money to retire to live in the countryside etc.

Unfortunately, however, should the couple divorce, these plans will now be turned upside down. I work with clients of all..

What Are The Benefits Of Working With A Chartered Financial Planner During Divorce?

Resolving financial matters to reach a financial settlement is usually what takes the time (and costs the most money) in getting divorced.

You get one chance to get the financial agreement right, so it is well worth making sure things are done properly and you feel comfortable with the agreement reached.

There are various different options available to help you and your spouse reach an agreement, and these are covered in my blog – How Do I Approach Getting A..

How A Divorce Consultant Can Help With Your Solicitor Meetings

For many people, instructing a divorce solicitor, may be their first experience of working with a solicitor. This could be a daunting prospect and it is important for the client to feel as comfortable and confident as possible with the solicitor they choose to work with.

The solicitor is a crucial member of the divorcing person’s support team during this challenging time in their life. (For information on other members I recommend for your support team, see my blog –..