No Fault Divorce – D Day This year, D Day has moved. Traditionally D Day has been seen as the first Monday in the year – the time when couples who have spent the Christmas and New Year period together when perhaps the cracks have started to show, have...Read More
Divorce Day Could festive cheer bring about heartbreak in the New Year? The first Monday after New Year is said to be ‘D-Day’ in the Family Lawyer’s calendar and January is the most popular month to start divorce proceedings in this country. We think you are likely to...Read More
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