Live like a monk for a year – or you may live to regret it forever. Last week, I advised women to “live like a nun” for a year following the end of their marriages to ensure they kept their eye firmly on the divorce process to ensure the best possible settlement. This week I
Want to keep your eye on the divorce ball? Live like a nun, for a year. A piece of advice I give to all new female clients is to “live like a nun” for a year. Don’t embark on a new romance and, if you already have, finish the relationship or set it aside for
Can I Use The Joint Bank Account During My Divorce? You are jointly and severally liable with your partner in respect of a joint bank account held in both of your names. If there are savings in a joint bank account, an account holder could withdraw the funds held in that account. If you suspect
1 Be organised. Your divorce will be a very stressful event. Your solicitor will be constantly asking you for information and you will find it useful to have this all in one place so that you can take it if necessary. Keep all your correspondence from your solicitor in a separate place so that you
Getting Divorced In A Tax Year, What It Means For Me? There are tax advantages to transfers between husband and wife in the tax year of separation. Once someone has made a decision to get divorced, they have until the end of the current tax year to make transfers between them to minimise their prospective
This week we sat down with Davina Smith to find out a little bit more about what she does within the business. We had virtual brunch and asked some questions that would allow our clients and followers the chance to get to know her a little better. 1. What is your role within the business?