What happens if the wife makes more money in a divorce? - Stowe Family Law
Today, 31% of British women are the main financial provider in their family, an impressive rise of 80% in the past 15 years. This is a welcome and clear sign of greater gender equality and something that should be celebrated and encouraged. However, does this gender equality extend to the family courts in the determination...
Stowe guests: Why do I need a divorce coach? - Stowe Family Law
Today for Stowe guests, we are joined by Rebecca Spittles, a Divorce Coach from Bristol as she explains how a divorce coach can help you to stay focused and make clear and well-informed decisions before, during and after a divorce.
Stowe guests: Three tips to help children through divorce - Stowe Family Law
In this instalment of Stowe guests, we catch-up back again with Claire Black from Claire Black Divorce Coaching. Today, she joins us with three tips on how to support your children through divorce (they also work well for adults). Over to Claire to explain more… I see a lot of clients who are worried about...
Get the balance right with shared parenting - Stowe Family Law
When a couple decides to separate, one of the most important decisions to make is how much time each parent spends with the children. So, we asked Kaleel from our Manchester office to join us to look at how you can balance your working life with shared parenting.
An affair does not necessarily mean the end of the marriage but for those couples where it is a deal-breaker, there so many myths surrounding adultery and divorce. Often offered as fact from well-meaning friends and family, we asked Rebecca Coates from our Tunbridge Wells office to dispel her top seven myths of adultery.