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10 Most Used Examples of Unreasonable Behaviour in Divorce

10 Most Used Examples of Unreasonable Behaviour in Divorce

Unreasonable Behaviour is one of the grounds used in divorce petitions to show marriage has irretrievably broken down, granting the court the power to dissolve a marriage. Its behaviour means you can no longer be reasonably expected to live with your spouse. Traditionally it is the ground most used, making up nearly 50% of all divorce applications and until the…

New Divorce Legislation Expected in 2022

New Divorce Legislation Expected in 2022

If you’re looking to get divorced now, you must meet certain criteria to legally end your marriage. Although, the good news is that the UK government passed a ‘no fault’ divorce legislation in 2020, which should finally come into effect in April 2022. The new divorce legislation removed the need to provide evidence if you’re trying to get separated on…

When Divorcing, Don’t Be Stupid

When Divorcing, Don’t Be Stupid

If you have decided divorce is the only way forward, don’t make stupid divorce mistakes along the way. Why the stupid things? Because going through a divorce is extremely difficult. It’s an emotional, stressful, painful and unbelievably scary time, and all those emotional changes cause people to sometimes lose the plot and become different people. Otherwise, confident, sensible people turn…