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Divorce day 2022: Will the blame game end for UK couples?
Divorce day 2022: Will the blame game end for UK couples?

Category: Financial Proceedings

Divorce day 2022: Will the blame game end for UK couples?
6th January 2022 Louise Goldby
Divorce day 2022: Will the blame game end for UK couples?

Every year, on the first working Monday of the year, family law firms see a significant spike in divorce enquiries, which has led to the day being dubbed ‘Divorce Day’. It is believed that the festive period is responsible for this phenomenon, with couples having had time to slow down and reconsider their lives/relationships, gaining […]

Valentines Family Law Event – Will you say I do to a pre-nup?
5th February 2021 Rakhi Singal
Valentines Family Law Event – Will you say I do to a pre-nup?

Valentine’s day brings a lot of joy to the hearts of lovers: decisions to take the relationship to the next step, committing to cohabitation, marriage proposals all abound on this day of the year. But have you considered the legal implications of such steps? RVS Solicitors’ own Andrea Panayiotou will talk you through intricacies of […]

Bitcoin Divorce: Dealing with Crypto in a Divorce
6th January 2021 Rakhi Singal
Bitcoin Divorce: Dealing with Crypto in a Divorce

Can I get a divorce? In the recent years, Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency have become increasingly popular investment assets. This means that divorce lawyers too have to deal with these assets more and more. If things continue to develop in the same manner, so called Bitcoin divorces are going to be the norm in the […]

Covid-19: Changing the Financial Orders
31st July 2020 Rakhi Singal
Covid-19: Changing the Financial Orders

With businesses struggling to survive, jobs lost, assets devalued, many of those who have financial agreements or orders following a divorce to adhere to, are starting to wonder whether they can afford to honour these Financial Orders. Since March this year, when countries started shutting down one by one in a desperate attempt to slow […]

Coronavirus #COVID-19 Update – Divorce and Family law
18th March 2020 Rakhi Singal
Coronavirus #COVID-19 Update – Divorce and Family law

COVID-19 outbreak situation is constantly developing and with each day bringing new measures to combat the outbreak and new restrictions to our day to day lives, the levels of uncertainty in public grow. It’s easy to become overwhelmed by worry and concern in such a situation, in particular if you are already traversing a difficult […]

Amazon Founder Jeff Bezos Will Show Us How The Rich Divorce Differently
18th January 2019 Rakhi Singal
Amazon Founder Jeff Bezos Will Show Us How The Rich Divorce Differently

Imagine if getting divorced would make you the richest woman in the world.  That is the possible destiny of McKenzie Bezos, who is getting divorced from Amazon founder and world’s richest man, Jeff Bezos. The Bezos’ live in Washington, a state that, when it comes to financial settlements, has similar laws to England and Wales.  […]

What to do if you feel that your Spouse has hidden their assets?
23rd May 2018 Rakhi Singal
What to do if you feel that your Spouse has hidden their assets?

Divorce or the dissolution of a civil partnership can be an extremely complicated process to endure and at times, can be an even more burdensome and emotionally negative experience if the decision to separate was not amicable. Some spouses can become suspicious of their spouse in relation to the spouse’s possible attempts to hide their […]

What does the case of Waggott v Waggott mean for homemakers in financial divorce proceedings?
10th May 2018 Rakhi Singal
What does the case of Waggott v Waggott mean for homemakers in financial divorce proceedings?

Divorce can be an extremely challenging process for all parties, both emotionally and in terms of the legal procedure involved. One of the most sensitive and crucial aspects of a divorce, after children and childcare arrangements, is the arrangement of finances. If you have recently began divorce proceedings and are concerned as to the division […]

Am I eligible for the “Fast Track” Financial Remedies Procedure?
4th May 2018 Rakhi Singal
Am I eligible for the “Fast Track” Financial Remedies Procedure?

The Family Procedure (Amendment) Rules 2018 are due to be implemented from 4th June 2018, the Rules are an amendment to The Family Procedure Rules 2010 currently enforce which will now be referred to as the standard procedure. The amendments to the current rules are primarily concerning a new ‘Fast Track’ procedure for financial remedy […]

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