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Could divorce issues provide a guide to marital finances?

As lockdowns were imposed, couples were forced to spend considerable time together and, as a result, divorce rates around the world are rising. But even if you are still happily married ever after, could some of the decisions divorce requires be good for you too?

Webinar: divorce, pre-nups, pandemics and other legal changes

Family law, and specifically divorce law, as with all other aspects of life, have been significantly impacted by recent events. We discussed those changes and how these are affecting our clients.

The billionaire bank of mum and dad

While parents and grandparents were already property financiers before the pandemic, the period since saw far more support for the next generation. But does this support have long-term, unforeseen ramifications?

Webinar: ramifications of divorce beyond the financial and legal

Our panel of experts flagged the breadth of the conversations people should be having before, during and after a divorce, noting there are more conversations to have than the legal and financial ones.

Webinar: managing your finances around a divorce

As we count down to the end to life in lockdown, divorce rates could spike. We review the financial considerations for those separating at each stage of the process in a 30 minute webinar with John Williams and Pippa Vick.

Intergenerational living: 5 financial considerations

With people living longer, more and more families are inviting their elderly relatives to live with them. We look at some of the financial aspects to consider as you plan the move.

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