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The 3 Best Divorce Lawyers in London’s History

The 3 Best Divorce Lawyers in London’s History

London is a busy city with a long, interesting and sometimes sad history of divorce London is home to nearly nine million people, is nearly 2,000 years old, and has been a major seat of power for the Romans, the Anglo-Saxons, the Tudors, and the Victorians alike. With all those people going through so much political and financial stress for almost two millennia, it’s no wonder that there have been so many famous divorce lawyers in London. Here’s a quick look and the three best divorce lawyers in London. 3. The Divorce That Changed the Course of History — Henry VIII No discussion of the history of divorce in London would be complete without mentioning Henry VIII. After all, his divorce from Catherine of Aragon in the 16th Century was the reason that England turned from a Catholic country into a Protestant country. While the Protestant Reformation was happening over the rest of Europe, Henry VIII had successfully — and violently — quelled the murmurs of a similar revolution in England. He was absolutely opposed to Protestantism. That is, of course, until he wanted a divorce. After a letter to the Pope asking for a divorce within the Catholic church was rejected, Henry VIII formed the Church of England. He then divorced Catherine of Aragon and married Anne Boleyn within this new church. The result of this messy and monumental divorce was an influx of Protestant immigration to the UK, a break with the Catholic Church in Rome, and a new religion. While Henry may not have been a legal expert by any stretch of the imagination, he deserves...
A Divorce Lawyer in London’s Advice for a Successful Second Marriage

A Divorce Lawyer in London’s Advice for a Successful Second Marriage

Making a second trip down the aisle? The common understanding is that second marriages can be more complicated and the odds of lasting are against you, but is this accurate? How do you make sure that a second marriage is also your last? A lot of anxiety is tied up in the concept of a second marriage. Resistance to a second marriage isn’t uncommon thanks to the idea that your first marriage “failed”. This concept isn’t helped by the Press, either, who like to propagate the idea that we have a far higher divorce rate than is actually the case. In the UK, we’re actually quite good at second marriages. In fact, they’re more likely to last than the first ones. This is great news for those of you who are about to tie the knot for the second time and are having pre-wedding jitters. How do you make it last and beat the odds of divorce on your second attempt? As divorce lawyers in London, we’re uniquely placed to witness the lifespan of marriages, from prenup to divorce, and what goes wrong — or right. Follow this advice and raise your chances of making your marriage work this time around. Learn From the Mistakes You Made in Your First Marriage They say practice makes perfect — and a lot of divorces these days are due to marrying young. Marrying while in your early twenties means that you’ll be going through a lot of growth and life changes together, so you need to be growing and changing in roughly the same direction. If you divorce, understanding and taking responsibility...
Why Hire a Divorce Lawyer in London if I’m Not Getting Divorced?

Why Hire a Divorce Lawyer in London if I’m Not Getting Divorced?

Think that divorce lawyers in London only deal with the breakdown of marriages? Then think again — we’re so much more than that. Handling divorce proceedings and everything related to the breakdown of relationships is certainly an important aspect of the job for a divorce lawyer in London, but it’s not all we’re about. From the early stages of starting your lives together to the next step of marriage, we help couples create futures together — not just help them separate their lives. If you’re wondering what a family lawyer in London can do for you, other than divorce proceedings, we’re here to talk you through why you need a divorce lawyer in London — even if you’re not getting divorced. Moving In Together? A Cohabitation Agreement Can Save You Trouble Down the Road Cohabitation before marriage has increased by 900% in the past 50 years. Two-thirds of marriages now take place between couples who’ve been living together beforehand for an average of 31 months. ‘Living in Sin’ may no longer be a consideration when you’re working out the cons of moving in together, but what if it doesn’t work? Many people use moving in together as a ‘trial run’ for marriage, or even to replace marriage entirely, but this can often mean they neglect to take the proper legal precautions. There are many ways in which the law regards couples living together as different to couples who are married. If you’re planning on putting in any financial investment into your relationship — such as a mortgage together or having one person as the breadwinner, or if you’re planning...
How a London Divorce Lawyer Could Prevent an Expensive Divorce [+infographic]

How a London Divorce Lawyer Could Prevent an Expensive Divorce [+infographic]

When married couples start thinking about divorce, all eyes turn to the settlement. Dividing up shared assets is usually straightforward, but when individual assets come into play, things can get more complicated. Below are some of our history’s largest divorce settlements, with figures ranging in the billions of dollars. While most of us aren’t looking to settle on such lofty figures, we all have assets that we wish to protect. Follow the advice from KMJ Solicitors, the London divorce lawyers, to avoid an unnecessarily expensive divorce. This infographic was brought to you by KMJ Solicitors. Please feel free to add this infographic to your own website by copying and pasting the following embed code onto a page or post:<br /><br /><br /><br /> <a href=”https://kmjsolicitors.com/london-divorce-lawyer-expensive-divorce/” title=”How a London Divorce Lawyer Could Prevent an Expensive Divorce” target=”_blank”><br /><br /><br /><br /> <img src=”https://kmjsolicitors.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/infographic-3.jpg” alt=”An infographic from our London divorce lawyer showing the most expensive divorces in history” width=”1200″ height=”6995″><br /><br /><br /><br /> </a></p><br /><br /><br /> <p>The <a href=”https://kmjsolicitors.com/london-divorce-lawyer-expensive-divorce/” title=”How a London Divorce Lawyer Could Prevent an Expensive Divorce” target=”_blank”>How a London Divorce Lawyer Could Prevent an Expensive Divorce</a> infographic was brought to you by the team at <a href=”https://kmjsolicitors.com/” title=”KMJ Solicitors” target=”_blank”>KMJ Solicitors</a>.<br /><br /><br /><br /> History’s Biggest Divorce Settlements In the upper echelons of wealth sit a number of incredibly costly divorce settlements. When things turn sour in the marriages of the rich and famous, money and assets change hands at an eye-watering level. Media mogul Rupert Murdoch has been involved in two expensive divorces. While sources are unclear about the exact amounts that change hands with...
International Divorce Advice: The Complete Guide to Child Arrangements

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 part of UK, then it’s still just a train journey. However, what if one parent wishes to return to their home country, or move to a different country for business or pleasure? Hopefully, with the help of a family lawyer in London offering neutral advice, you can settle something that suits both parents and is in your child’s best interests. If your divorce is less than amicable, however, further complications may arise. Is there a difference between EU and International divorces? At least while Britain remains part of the European Union before Article 50 is triggered, EU regulations and the Hague Convention provide protection to keep children in their country of residence. If and when Article 50 is triggered and the EU regulations put in place by Brussels are no longer there, there’s the risk that divorce within the EU will become expensive and time-consuming. Much like international divorce is at the moment, where the parents are moving between multiple divorce courts because there is no one overruling set...