One of the less well known provisions of the Courts Reform (Scotland) Bill is an increase in the level of aliment that can be claimed under the new Simple Procedure.
Archives for 2014
Huffington Post founder Arianna Huffington advocates a need for a new definition of success and talks about how she has co-parented her children after divorce.
The Scotsman published an interesting article over the weekend by Dani Garavelli exploring the link between “conscious uncoupling” and Collaborative Divorce.
We discuss a recent EUAFR report on domestic violence and look at how the laws in Scotland deal with this problem.
BBC Radio Scotland’s John Beattie discussed with the BTO family law team the latest divorce statistics.
In the legal world, steps are continually being taken to ensure that women can achieve their career ambitions without facing gender-based discrimination.
There are special rules when it comes to changing the name of a child’s birth certificate. We discuss how the courts view this issue.
If parties have had independent advice (as they always should) then it is very likely that the Scottish Court will respect the prenups and enforce their terms.
Here are some of the common misconceptions about Finances and Divorce that we hear frequently along with our answers to help demystify some aspects.
Corrie Fetman advise if you are in the midst of divorcing or toying with the idea of divorce, to shut down all your social media accounts at once – is she right?