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Keystone Law | United Kingdom | 14 Dec 2021

Key questions to ask when considering a divorce

Before 2020, there used to be two spikes in the year when clients in unhappy marriages started to consider divorce proceeding. These times were…
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Kingsley Napley | United Kingdom | 3 Dec 2021

Good Divorce Week: Making sure children always comes first.

Resolution is a community of 6,500 family justice professionals who believe that a non-confrontational approach to Family Law issues produces better…
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Forsters LLP | United Kingdom | 2 Dec 2021

Divorce and separation: private FDR

Private financial dispute resolution (FDR) involves the separating couple hiring a judge for one day to provide an evaluation of the likely outcome of the financial matters after separation. Private FDRs are far preferable to court-based FDRs for several reasons. Around 80% of cases settle after FDR or private FDR.
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Kingsley Napley | United Kingdom | 29 Nov 2021

What does a 'good' divorce looking like - When there are children involved?

I discussed with Lia Younes, a Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist, the idea of what a ‘good’ divorce might look like from a child’s perspective. We…
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RadcliffesLeBrasseur | United Kingdom | 25 Nov 2021

Good Divorce Week 2021: Resolution launches guide to Parenting Through Separation

The Parenting Through Separation guide provides useful guidance on dealing with the difficulties of co-parenting often encountered by parents…
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Forsters LLP | United Kingdom | 25 Nov 2021

Divorce and separation: collaborative practice

Separating couples have the option of choosing collaborative practice over solicitor negotiation or the Family Court process. Collaborative practice involves both parties and their respective solicitors coming together in a series of face-to-face meetings to work out an agreement regarding matters of finance and/or children. When the collaborative process succeeds, separating couples are......
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Forsters LLP | United Kingdom | 18 Nov 2021

Divorce and separation: solicitor negotiations

In many instances, solicitors can assist a couple to reach agreement through negotiation. Even if the parties are far apart, solicitor negotiations can be helpful to reduce and outline the issues at hand. Frequently, following an early discussion with the other party's solicitor, it will be possible to form a view as to whether a particular case is capable of being resolved by negotiation.
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A G Paphitis & Co | Cyprus | 18 Nov 2021

Division of matrimonial assets in Cyprus

The law concerning the division of matrimonial assets in the case of marriage dissolution in Cyprus is neither clear nor easy to resolve. It can, therefore, be seen as complex and wide. The main reason for such complexity is that every case will be decided on its own specific facts, which will vary significantly. The Family Court judges should apply the principles of discretion in order to......
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Forsters LLP | United Kingdom | 11 Nov 2021

Divorce and separation: Family Court process

Anyone going through divorce or separation in England and Wales can make an application to the Family Court to have their legal dispute resolved. The Family Court seeks to resolve legal disputes between individuals in respect of divorce, financial claims and child arrangements on separation or divorce. This article discusses the process, the suitable circumstances and the benefits of......
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Charles Russell Speechlys LLP | United Kingdom | 11 Nov 2021

Go easy on each other - divorcing the Adele way

On 15 October 2021, Adele released her first single in six years: ‘Easy on Me’ was streamed 12 million times within 12 hours of its release and will…
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