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    I’ve just had my ‘lightbulb moment’… what now?

    ive had my lightbulb monet domestic abuse

    Experts in domestic abuse talk about the ‘lightbulb moment’; when victims realise that they are indeed a victim of domestic abuse. Because domestic abuse often consists of more subtle and controlling behaviour rather than the more obvious physical abuse, it can be hard to spot – especially when you are the person in the relationship. […]

  • Caroline Dore – Bowes-Lyon Partnership

    Dating gency Bowes-Lyon Partnership

    Bowes-Lyon Partnership is a bespoke dating and introduction agency specialising in bringing together like minded and accomplished individuals who are looking for long term, committed and meaningful relationships. We offer an efficient, fresh, modern approach to dating whilst focussing on the old fashioned values of discretion and personal relationships. Everyone is personally met, screened and […]

  • Caroline Dore – Bowes-Lyon Partnership

    Dating gency Bowes-Lyon Partnership

    Bowes-Lyon Partnership is a bespoke dating agency specialising in bringing together like minded and accomplished individuals who are looking for long term, committed and meaningful relationships. We offer an efficient, fresh, modern approach to dating whilst focussing on the old fashioned values of discretion and personal relationships. Everyone is personally met, screened and matched and […]

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    Divorce parties, tasteful or trashy?

    Are divorce parties trashy

    I recently read an article in The Guardian about people throwing a divorce party for their friends and family to celebrate the receipt of their Decree Absolute. A tradition from across the pond, where it is relatively normal for individuals to celebrate the end of their relationship. You can even employ a divorce party planner, […]

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    Grounds for divorce: a helpful guide

    adultery is a grounds for divorce

    The Divorce Surgery have very kindly written us this guide about the grounds for divorce. Although campaigners have been working hard to reform the divorce law in England and Wales for some time now, no-fault divorce has still not come into force. Until this happens, to divorce in England and Wales a couple must prove […]

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    How to fill in a Form E

    how to complete your form e

    Receiving the Form E to complete in divorce proceedings can feel rather scary, in this blog the experts at The Divorce Surgery give their advice on this matter. The majority of our work at The Divorce Surgery involves assisting couples with negotiating a fair and amicable settlement of their finances. Many couples are surprised that […]

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    Don’t forget your Will! (like 54% of the UK)

    update your will

    After going through a divorce or separation your solicitor will usually recommend you update your Will, or write one if you are one of the 54% of the UK who doesn’t have a Will in place (which magazine 2018). You will update your Will because for example you may not want your ex-spouse to inherit from you when you die, or maybe you just want […]

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