Emotional scars: the impact of the Ashley Madison fallout on children

By Peter Jones, founder Whatever the rights or wrongs of the high profile ‘outing’ of clients of Ashley Madison by The Impact Team hacking group, it is clear that the consequences are far-reaching. Already, two suicides have been linked to … Continue reading

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Why ‘pet nups’ are on the rise – and how to avoid a tug-of-love

  High profile celebrity divorces are prompting more people ask the question, ‘Who gets    custody of the pets if we break up?’. According to recent research, one in 14 couples now have a formal pet nup contract in place agreeing … Continue reading

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What the new Child Arrangements Orders mean for separating parents

If you are contemplating a divorce or separation from your partner or spouse, your first concern will usually be for your children. Decisions about where will they will live – and how much contact they will have with both parents … Continue reading

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Key steps for cohabiting couples to protect their financial interests

The number of cohabiting couples in the UK has doubled to more than six million over the past 20 years – with newly released ONS figures highlighting that 1 in 8 adults in England and Wales are unmarried and living … Continue reading

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