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The impact of social media on your divorce

During a divorce, emotions run high. It’s an upsetting and stressful time. Social media can provide relief from the reality of your situation, but it’s important not to get carried away with online activity and to ensure that status updates and images posted online...

Divorce in the Media…again

Another big divorce case made headlines last week.  A 52 year old wife who gave up her career as a business woman to become a “conventional housewife” has been left nearly all of the family fortune by a Divorce Judge. The wife in this case had been criticised by her...

Divorce Controversy in the Media

You have probably all heard or read about the recent divorce case that hit the headlines in early March, about an ex-wife being able to pursue her multi-millionaire ex-husband for financial support, some 27 years after separation, and 19 years after divorce. So what...