It has long been the case that the Catholic Church has been opposed to divorced Catholics taking communion or re-marrying in a religious ceremony. The exception to this is if the original marriage is annulled.
People who have been through a divorce are as healthy as couples in stable marriages, according to a new study. BTO partner Lesley Gordon discusses the findings.
The Scottish Government recently published a Consultation document on the conversion of existing Civil Partnerships to marriage – we discuss some of the issues.
A divorce may be simpler & cheaper than you think. If you have been separated from your partner for over a year the simplified divorce procedure may an option.
Your Divorce and Bankruptcy questions answered – Find out about the impact bankruptcy has on divorcing couples and where you stand financially.
BBC Radio Scotland’s John Beattie discussed with the BTO family law team the latest divorce statistics.
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?
We discuss Gifts and Inheritances and the financial part that these play in the Matrimonial Property when you Separate or Divorce.