Why jaw-jaw is always better than war-war

By Norman Taylor, consultant The countdown to Resolution’s fourth Family Dispute Resolution Week, which runs across November 23-27th , is a timely opportunity to flag up the alternatives to the ‘traditional’ court hearing route for divorcing couples.

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Back to basics: taking the first steps to divorce

Few couples take the decision to separate and divorce lightly – in fact some people can battle with inner angst for several years before admitting there is no alternative way forward. One of the most stressful events in our adult … Continue reading

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Counting the cost of fighting over finances in divorce

Arguing about money could spell disaster for your marriage, according to a recent tabloid headline. Based on an American academic survey the newspaper story claims that rowing about finance is more of a predictor of divorce than arguments about children, … Continue reading

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Compromise key to an amicable settlement

By Peter Jones, Partner The headlines make for grim reading: long term unemployment is at its highest level since 1996; income growth has slowed to 0.6 per cent, well below inflation; the Eurozone crisis deepens and the Bank of England … Continue reading

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