For clients getting divorced, financial planners can be invaluable. But of course if you’ve never used one before, it can be hard to differentiate between them and the other kinds of financial advisor, and perhaps hard to work out how
Telling your children about your divorce is one of the hardest, and one of the most important conversations you will ever have with them. It’s made harder because often we are still processing our own emotions around the split and
Shared Ownership housing allows you to buy part of a home and to rent the rest. It means that if you can’t afford to buy a house, either because you do not have enough for the deposit or you cannot
Bad-mouthing the other parent in front of their children can lead to anxiety, low self-esteem and negative self-talk in the children. Why you shouldn’t bad-mouth your ex Children are made up of genes from both their Mum and Dad so
Ten top tips for a smooth handover. A common issue for separated parents is how to ensure a smooth handover with the children. This can be a difficult and stressful time for parents because they have to see each other,
Our chart shows you how mediators and solicitors can help you on divorce.
When you’re going through a divorce, often financial worries can leave you feeling as overwhelmed and anxious as the break-up itself. But there’s good news – some people are eligible for legal aid for mediation. This means that if
This is the final part of my Divorce Mediation Questions series, covering the remaining seven FAQs. Have we missed anything vital? Do send in any questions you may have and we will ensure they are covered in a future post.
This Q&A is part 1 of 3 articles that will cover the most commonly asked questions about divorce mediation. Do you have other questions about divorce mediation? Send them in and we will ensure they are covered in a future
It’s that time of year again. Six or eight weeks of carefree summer days for your children to enjoy. That also means six or eight long weeks when you are responsible for keeping them entertained and out of mischief. A fortnight