Sir Paul Coleridge calls for family law reform

In a speech made to the Family Law Conference in London on 9th October, Sir Paul Coleridge has emphasised the importance of getting family law right whilst also announcing his intention to retire to enable him to concentrate on his work as founder and Chairman of the Marriage Foundation. Sir Paul Coleridge, one of the […]

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Online divorce can prove to be a false economy

We’ve read with interest an excellent article entitled ‘Online divorce – a false economy?’ that has been published on Dorset Family Law’s Blog. The article highlights recent reports that have appeared in the British press suggesting that as many as one in five divorces are now being processed entirely online, with a significant rise in […]

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What happens to the family home after divorce?

The family home is, for most families, not only a very special place but also their major asset. If you’re facing the prospect of divorce, you may already be very conscious of the fact that your house will be central to a divorce settlement; what happens to the house and where you will both go […]

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Dovetail offer the first divorce coach training in the UK

Dovetail Divorce Solutions are offering the only relationship coach training and accreditation programme in the UK. The aim is to ensure that all our coaches have the skills required to support our clients through their divorce or separation to an amicable and fair agreement that puts the children and families at the heart of the […]

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8 Tips for Supporting Your Child Through Divorce

The effect of separation and divorce on your children will partly depend on how emotionally robust they were before it happened but there is a lot you can do to minimise the impact. This is not a separated parent manual and there cannot be a prescription for getting things right: flexibility and sensitivity to the […]

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