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Divorce Day: why do couples get divorced after Christmas

The twinkling lights, the aroma of festive meals, and the joyous laughter of loved ones—the holiday season paints a picture of warmth and togetherness. However, for many couples, this period marks the end of their relationship. The days following Christmas see a significant uptick in

Key Considerations for Expatriates Seeking Divorce in Glasgow

Key Considerations for Expatriates Seeking Divorce in Glasgow

For expatriate couples navigating divorce in Glasgow, understanding the legal landscape and exploring alternative avenues can be crucial in easing the emotional and logistical burdens. Whether you are unsure which country is best to divorce in or which path of separation is right for you

What rights do Grandparents have in child custody? | Cath Karlin

What rights do Grandparents have in child custody?

Grandparents play a huge role in the upbringing of a child, especially when it comes to nurturing them and providing them with precious memories, at all stages of their life. In fact, official data from the Scottish Government, has revealed that as many as 69%

Divorce Mediation

The benefits of divorce mediation

If you are going through a divorce, then divorce mediation can make a huge difference to the process. By opting for mediation in divorce, you can make the difficult decisions much easier, and ensure that all parties are satisfied with the outcome of all issues.

What are Unmarried Fathers’ Rights?

If a child’s birth parents both have parental responsibilities and rights, it is up to both of them to decide what’s best for their child. This includes having the right to make decisions on where the child lives and who is involved in their upbringing,

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International Forum On Nuptial Agreements

Earlier this year, Anthony Gold Solicitors arranged a webinar on nuptial agreements, followed by a Q&A session. It had an international reach, with speakers from Italy, Switzerland, the USA and Scotland. Francesca King, Katja Ziehe, Suzan Barrie Aiken and Cath Karlin demonstrated a wealth of

christmas divorce

How to Survive Christmas During a Divorce

Christmas is seen primarily as a time for family and loved ones and is a magical time of the year for children. There is the anticipation of the presents they may receive, the relief of having a few weeks off school and the excitement of