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Women in Business

Women in Business

These women show that the limitations sometimes placed on us by inflexible roles can be overcome by finding our niche. That means not being afraid to step away when things aren’t right, to etch out a new role based on our strengths, and to form strong partnerships with those around us for support.

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Self Care – The Oxygen Mask Approach

Self Care – The Oxygen Mask Approach

During separation, scheduling time to look after yourself, to pursue your own interests and to care for your own health is not selfish. Those who depend on you will experience the benefits too. So with that in mind, here are some Self Care recommendations.

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Brexit (breaking up) is hard to do – Parallels with Divorce – Part 1

Brexit (breaking up) is hard to do – Parallels with Divorce – Part 1

Our Brexit Break up. I knew, when I woke up on 24th June 2016 that things had changed forever.  I had no choice than to leave you. It was over. What was that feeling?  Bewilderment? Fear? Regret? Excitement? A new future…almost in reach? Sure, our relationship was far from harmonious – some people didn’t even know we were on the rocks. When the end did finally come, we were as shocked as everyone else.

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Obstacles to Moving on

Obstacles to Moving on

You’re in an unhappy place and you don’t know what to do. The relationship isn’t working. You’ve grown apart and you want different things. You’ve tried counselling. You’ve tried talking. You’ve argued a lot. You know you don’t feel the same way towards him/ her like you used to, yet you still don’t know if it’s the right thing to make the break. You’re at a cross roads, (in some cases a spaghetti junction). Your mind is a scramble and nothing seems right.

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A Good Marriage

A Good Marriage

It’s ‘Good Divorce Week’ 26 -30 November 2018. What does this mean? Well, this week the professional family law community of Resolution  - some 6500 members strong-  are reaffirming their beliefs in a constructive and non-confrontational approach to...

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Will you marry me?

Will you marry me?

It’s the season of romance! Valentines Day is THE day to propose! A time to become engaged or betrothed. The term fiancé or fiancée is usually applied to the intended bride and groom. The term derives from the French word for ‘betrothed’. An engagement is a promise to...

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Decisions Decisions

Decisions Decisions

Divorce solicitors tend to report an increase in new enquiries in the New Year. You may be considering the end of your marriage but don’t know where to turn for good legal advice. How do you decide which lawyer to represent you if you end up on the path to...

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How To Choose A Divorce Solicitor

How To Choose A Divorce Solicitor

Aside from the emotional dynamic when a relationship ends, a client has to find someone who they can entrust to support them on the journey to the next stage in their life. In many cases, it is one that can have life changing consequences. An online search can reveal...

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5 Mistakes To Avoid In Divorce Or Separation

5 Mistakes To Avoid In Divorce Or Separation

Every separation is unique but the fact remains, there is a right way and a wrong way to go about things. There are several things you and your spouse are able to do to make the divorce or separation process go as smoothly as possible. Not Providing Accurate Financial...

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Christmas With Children: For Divorced Families

Christmas With Children: For Divorced Families

With the holiday period fast approaching,  have you and your ex agreed what the children will be doing over Christmas? Often, separated parents agree to alternate the immediate Christmas period each year, with children spending Christmas Eve night to Christmas day...

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3 Christmas Survival Tips For The Newly Divorced

3 Christmas Survival Tips For The Newly Divorced

For those who are newly divorced, the holidays can be a difficult time of the year. Every year many former couples have to figure out how Christmas will be celebrated, especially if children are involved. It can be an immensely painful thing to do but at the same...

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