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How can I help my autistic child through my divorce?

Divorce is a disruptive process by definition – it involves separation and inevitable change in lifestyles, living arrangements and so on – and this can make it especially challenging for children living with autism.   For many autistic children, a regular routine is a coping mechanism, helping them to know what to expect from their day […]

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No-fault divorce could cost £10k less

The financial impact of divorce can be far-reaching – some former couples face a reduction in the quality of their lifestyles once they live separately, some take on debt to pay for court costs, and some even stay married because they don’t want to pay or cannot afford to pay to divorce. Mediation has always […]

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“There’s no such thing as an amicable divorce…” – or is there?

Divorce, historically, has not been a friendly process. The old image of matrimony-turned-acrimony with lawyers fighting over the family assets is not helped by English divorce laws that have meant somebody usually has to take the blame. Now with no-fault divorce finally on the horizon and much shorter separation periods required by the proposed legislation, […]

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New no-fault divorce law given Govt go-ahead

A new no-fault divorce law has been unveiled by the UK Government, to be introduced as soon as it can be passed through Parliament. In a recent public consultation, the government found widespread support to allow couples to separate legally without one partner taking the blame for adultery or unreasonable behaviour. Under existing laws in […]

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