Month: December 2016

International Divorce Advice: The Complete Guide to Child Arrangements

Divorce, when it involves assets and children is one thing, but add multiple countries into the equation and it becomes a whole other headache. Here’s our international family law advice for child arrangements when you live in different countries, to make it as simple as possible. If you’re getting a divorce in London and splitting your one home into two, relocation of one party may become an issue. If you’re both planning on staying in London, your children will have nothing more than a trek across London each week or two to see their other parent. If it’s a different…

Divorce Advice: 5 Ways to Remain Civil During a Divorce

Divorce places a lot of strain on those involved. The process is made more challenging when the two parties hold anger and ill feeling towards one another. It may be easier said than done, but remaining civil during a divorce is the best way to ensure that pain is kept to a minimum. Follow our divorce advice to see if you could benefit from keeping things amicable. Avoiding bad-mouthing your spouse in front of your children As tempting as it might be, avoid talking negatively about your spouse in front of your children. This affects them more than you might…