How To Get Through Your Work Day When You’re Going Through Divorce

Getting on with normal life, such as going to work each day, can be particularly challenging for people going through divorce.

You may have days when you are feeling stressed, anxious or upset but the pressures of needing to maintain some normality as well as paying the bills, means that you have no choice but to continue to get up for work each day.



For advice on maintaining your well-being during divorce, see my blog – Tips To..

How A Divorce Consultant Can Provide Support: Mrs W’s Story

A lovely client of mine has agreed to share her story of the work we have done together.

She has, for several years, been the only breadwinner in the family as her husband has chosen to stop working. Unfortunately, he is a bully and when the client first came to me, she had been struggling with his controlling behaviour for a long time.

We have worked together to provide her with a strong support system and guidance in how..

How To Approach Funding Your Divorce

It is difficult for anyone to predict how much you will spend on legal costs by the end of your divorce case.

How long your case takes and how much it costs is actually as dependent on you and your ex as much as anything else.

The more the two of you disagree, the longer the case is likely to take and the more you both risk spending on legal costs to get everything resolved.


Solicitor’s Costs

When you..

What To Consider If You Want To Change Your Name After Divorce

Most divorced women decide to retain their married name. They may have had that surname for a very long time, have children or don’t see any need to considering changing it.

However, for some women it is important to them to revert back to their maiden name once they are divorced, to help them move on with the new independent life.

Here is my advice on what to think about and how you can do it…

What to consider beforehand


What To Avoid When Choosing Your Divorce Solicitor – 7 Quick Tips

In my blog How To Choose Your Divorce Solicitor you’ll see my advice on how best to find and choose the person to represent you in your divorce.

Making a bad decision could be detrimental to both your legal case as well as you personally (and perhaps financially). Your solicitor is a vital member of your support team and you need to feel confident and comfortable with them and how they are handling your case. It is possible to change..

How A Divorce Consultant Can Help: Read Mrs T’s Story

When you are considering divorce it can be difficult to know where to turn.

You may have lots of concerns and questions about what your options are and what you should be thinking about.

You may not feel ready to speak to a solicitor. I work with lots of clients at this stage.

Read Mrs T’s story to find out how I helped her…

What was going on for you that prompted you to get in touch with..

What Are The Differences Between A Court Led and Private FDR?

A divorcing couple has a choice as to how they want to approach reaching a financial settlement in their divorce. Sometimes, however, court proceedings are necessary. Unfortunately, the court system has a bad reputation of being expensive and lengthy. Once in the court process, there can be quite a wait between the court hearings.

For those clients who can afford it, many lawyers are now suggesting their client consider paying for a private FDR hearing(aka Financial Dispute Resolution) rather..

A Divorce Consultant’s Views on No Fault Divorce

Here are my personal views on the no fault divorce campaign in England and Wales…

What are the Grounds for Divorce in England and Wales?

To make an application for divorce in England and Wales a person needs to show the court that the marriage has “irretrievably broken down“. To do this, they have to choose one of 5 factors. In short, if the couple have not been living apart for at least two years, there are only two..

Rhiannon Ford Divorce Consultancy Included in Top 10 UK Divorce Blogs to Follow

On 30th May 2018, I was informed that Rhiannon Ford Divorce Consultancy had been selected as part of the Top 10 UK Divorce Blogs to Follow in 2018.

I was absolutely delighted and was given the lovely badge opposite to display on my website.

I regularly publish new blogs to keep my website content fresh and informative; covering lots of different topics as well as the different stages of the divorce and separation process.

I enjoy blogging and it..

How A Divorce Consultant Can Help: Read Mrs G’s Story…

In my role as a divorce consultant, I provide both practical help through the legal process as well as emotional support at what is a very challenging time in my clients’ lives.

I first met the lovely Mrs G at the beginning of her divorce. We worked together throughout the legal process and continue to work together post-divorce for coaching support.  She has very kindly agreed to explain how our work together has benefited her.

Hear Mrs G’s story in her..