A non-adversarial approach to divorce will be better for all parties and it is time for separating couples to open their minds to actually sharing a lawyer for their legal proceedings.
Many believe incoming changes to the UK’s divorce rules, along with pandemic pressures, will cause a spike in separations – and there are a great many wealth implications to consider.
Financially weaker partners bear a great weight of responsibility when it comes to investing a divorce pay out, but there is no need for them to feel paralysed with the right advisor in place.
When thinking about protecting a family’s wealth, it is in no way cynical to concede that divorce rates are very high globally, and increasing year […]
A new divorce case with hundreds of millions of pounds at stake has highlighted issues around quantifying and dividing assets upon divorce, explains Mei-Ling McNab, […]
Rising divorce rates among the over-60s has put the issue of splitting pensions in the spotlight, explains Chris Longbottom, Head of Family Law at Shoosmiths’ […]
Wanting to protect and preserve family wealth, which may well have been built up over a lifetime, is a natural human reaction. The desire to […]
The recent rejection of a $975m divorce settlement by an American divorcee has highlighted differences in how assets are divided either side of the pond […]
Long-term maintenance has long been the norm for financially-weaker partners, but new guidance could signal a far more considered approach from the divorce courts, explains […]