The benefits of having your agreement drafted by a neutral drafting service, such as amicable, is that it’s more cost effective than using separate solicitors, and we won’t pick apart your agreement or create unnecessary conflict.
Normally, the biggest priority when a couple separates is sorting out where they will live and dividing any property.
Yes, but there are many reasons why you should consider getting one. In this blog, we’ll explore what a consent order is, why they are a good idea and the best time to get one...
In short, it depends. There's no defined formula for splitting money and property when you separate, and there are many factors that impact whether or not your agreement is 'fair' and in what context.
Kate is joined by Joshua Rozenberg and David Hodson to discuss whether 50/50 is a fair way to divide money and property during a divorce or separation.
If you have decided to divorce, or dissolve your civil partnership, you and your ex need to decide how to separate and if applicable, share your financial assets. The first step is to provide each other with full details of [...]
Latest stats from the Office of National Statistics reveal divorce rates in 2016 have increased for the first time in five years. There were 106,959 opposite-sex divorces in 2016, an increase of 5.8% compared with […]
Divorce in later life is on the up. Although (until last year) the overall divorce rate has been falling, for the last 20 years, there’s been a steady increase in separation among the over 60s, […]