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Divorce Archive - 2021

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5 red flags that your relationship could be over

Humans may well be complex individuals, but one thing that us warm-blooded beings share is our evolutionary urge to form bonds. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that so many of us crave and seek out the partnership and stability that marriage affords. And, if we’re really lucky, we form these marital bonds out of friendship and love.... Read More

How to divorce amicably

Divorce often carries connotations of negativity, sadness and failure. When we think of divorce and the termination of a marital union, it is rare to imagine the process as amicable, smooth, and non-adversarial. However, the idea of ending a marriage without confrontation is not an impossible feat and can most definitely be... Read More

How to save your marriage by Ayesha Vardag "Britain's Top Divorce Lawyer"

Being on the frontline of breakups, divorce lawyers see people at their worst, when everything’s gone sour and their marriages are truly beyond repair. But that’s not the whole story. It may seem ironic, but divorce lawyers also do a lot of mending – and witness a good few reconciliations. It may be hard to believe, but... Read More

All you need to know about the Gates divorce

In a synchronised statement published earlier today on their social media feeds, Bill and Melinda Gates announced they will divorce after 27 years of marriage. The pair, who married in 1994, have an estimated worth of over $100 billion and have three adult children: Jennifer, Rory and Phoebe. Despite vowing to “continue our work... Read More

Ayesha Vardag on Ways to Change the World - Key Quotes

Ayesha Vardag, Founder and President of Vardags, was the latest guest to appear on Channel 4’s leading podcast Ways to Change the World, hosted by Krishnan Guru-Murthy. From Ayesha’s career and background, which has also been the subject of profiles by the BBC and the Sunday Times, to whether counselling should be mandatory for... Read More
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