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Why Some People Recover From Divorce And Others Stay Stuck

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We all know that divorce, especially high conflict divorce, can be devastating. Some men and women are so traumatized, that it takes them years to recover from divorce. Really high conflict divorces have even been known to cause post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).   Yet, while some men and women struggle to survive, others thrive. Instead of experiencing post traumatic stress, some people actually seem to experience post traumatic growth! What allows some people to find a bright side in their suffering, while others become angry and bitter?   What Trauma Does to Us   In order to understand why similar [...]

9-1-1: If you ever divorce, Michael is the ex you want

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Athena had doubts about her relationship with Bobby in 9-1-1 Season 2. Michael proved he is certainly the ex you want if you ever get divorced. Not all marriages work out. 9-1-1 brought us that fact immediately in the first season. Michael admitted to Athena that he was gay and it was time that he got the chance of happiness with the man he loved. It was hard at first, but the two-hour premiere last week proved that if you’re going to get divorced, Michael is the ex you want. I felt for Athena in the first season, but at the [...]

Access to justice increasingly only for the few, Law Society warns ministers

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Home > News Law Society publishes LASPO review subsmission Public access to the justice system has never been so restricted, the Law Society has warned as it filed  its submission to government, highlighting the "devastating consequences" of cuts to publicly funded legal advice. In its response to the Ministry of Justice's review of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 (LASPO), the Law Society spelled out the disproportionate cost of the legislation to taxpayers and the seriously damaging effect of limiting access to justice for ordinary and vulnerable people. Recently gathered first-hand accounts from solicitors reveal the [...]

Possible Delays at Customs Post-Brexit May Bankrupt 10% of UK Companies – Survey

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Debt killed my dad

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Celebrities do everything better than us – even divorce

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Gwyneth Paltrow has a lot to answer for, and I’m not talking about her top tip about vagina steam cleaning. In 2014, when announcing her split from Chris Martin, her husband of ten years, Paltrow released a statement in which she coined the phrase ‘conscious uncoupling’. Paltrow wrote, “It is with hearts full of sadness that we have decided to separate. We have been working hard for well over a year…and we have come to the conclusion that while we love each other very much we will remain separate. We hope that as we consciously uncouple and coparent, we will be [...]

How To Handle Money With Your Ex After Divorce

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Disagreements about money can put stress on a marriage — something I learned the hard way. As my ex and I went through our divorce, though, we managed to solve our problems and come up with an amicable solution that left us both satisfied, focusing on the wellbeing of our son and giving us both a solid new start.  However, even with custody and child support figured out, as well as issues like who’d pay for my son’s travel to visit his dad and whose health insurance plan our son would be covered by, we were surprised to discover that [...]

Shared ownership: Problems halved or doubled?

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Image copyright Thomas Paris Image caption Thomas Paris says that shared ownership suited his circumstances Thomas Paris was fed up. He was living in a "horrible ground floor flat" in Bristol and paying rent to a landlord with little inclination to spruce up the one-bedroom home. "I was sick of asking for things to be done to make it an environment we could live in," he says. So he sat down with his partner at the time and looked at their finances. His: a mature student's maintenance grant and income from a part-time job. Hers: a full-time salary. While they [...]

Divorce rate falls by over half among newlyweds

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Home > News ‘This is a real good news story’: Sir Paul Coleridge, Marriage Foundation UK divorce rates among newlyweds have dropped to their lowest levels in thirty years, according to new analysis by the Marriage Foundation. The proportion of couples divorcing after three years has more than halved since rates peaked in 1993. For couples married for five years, divorce is down by well over a third (39 per cent), while for couples who have made it to their first decade together, it is down by a fifth. The Marriage Foundation says that the drop is almost entirely a [...]

How to Close or Dissolve a Company

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