Divorce

unreasonable behaviour
Unreasonable behaviour is one of the five ‘facts’ couples can cite to show that their marriage has irretrievably broken down…
prenuptial agreement wedding
Spring is almost upon us, and signs for wedding fairs inviting couples to choose the perfect setting for the big…
Pension Sharing
One of the toughest aspects of divorce is deciding how property and possessions should be divided after the split, with…
Divorce Finance Sell Business
Divorcing couples or civil partners who have not made plans to protect their business interests through a prenuptial or postnuptial…
pointing finger blame
A monumental reform of the divorce laws should see the ‘end of the blame game’ which currently requires separating spouses…
prenuptial agreement
Spring is in the air in Devon and Cornwall, and the wedding season is upon us in earnest. However, before…
upset child
In an ideal world, separating parents would sit down and amicably agree future arrangements for their children. Break-ups, however, are…
Using coercive control as a reason for divorce – by Joanne Aggett of WBW Solicitors
Coercive control hit the headlines recently when Sally Challen won a landmark appeal which saw her murder conviction quashed and…
How to get divorced: a guide to the legal process – By Fiona Yellowlees at WBW Solicitors
Separating from a partner is always hard and the dissolution of a marriage perhaps even more so as couples have…
How to get divorced: a guide to the legal process
Separating from a partner is always hard and the dissolution of a marriage perhaps even more so as couples have…