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the most stressful day of the year
Wondering why yesterday felt so crappy? Turns out it was officially the most stressful day of the year. How was your day yesterday? Did you feel agitated? Were you overwhelmed with looming deadlines or just fed up with the daily grind of lockdown? Well, you’re not alone. It turns out Tuesday 17th March is officially...
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spouse won't respond to divorce
My spouse won’t respond to the divorce petition – now what can I do? The biggest concern of a spouse filing for divorce is what will happen when their ex receives the divorce petition. Once the court has reviewed an application for divorce, they will issue the divorce petition to your spouse along with an...
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how to divorce quickly
How can I divorced quickly? It takes two to marry, two to tango and two to divorce, that is, if you want to divorce quickly. To have a very quick divorce in the UK, you will need your other half’s cooperation. This is why we encourage divorcing couples to seek agreement with each other where...
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Why do Unhappy Couples Stay Together?
Why Do Couples Stay Together in Unhappy Relationships? Have you ever wondered why unhappy couples stay together? Maybe right now, you are in a relationship even though you are unhappy, but you just can’t seem to do anything about it. This article explores the three most common reasons why unhappy couples stay together and the...
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What is a decree absolute and why is it important?
What is a decree absolute? And why is it so important? Divorce can be a confusing process, made more difficult by the unfamiliar legal jargon. This article tells you everything you need to know about the decree absolute. A court-issued document that legally ends your marriage. If you are reading this, there is a very good...
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are divorce records public? the hidden danger of fault based divorce
Are divorce records public? The hidden danger of fault-based divorce. A frequent concern, especially for those divorcing on the grounds of adultery and unreasonable behaviour, is if divorce records are public.   The divorce files held at court include the marriage certificate, divorce petition, decree nisi and decree absolute, but the only document available to the...
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