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New you, celebrities, who to thank: our round-up of news for January 2018

January 2018 LGFL news Roundup

If you missed what we’ve been sharing last month, here’s a round up of our blogs and some of the news posts on our Facebook and Twitter pages.

From our blog:

 

New Year, New You

Man and son unpacking house move boxes.At LGFL, we see a rise in divorce enquiries every January as couples realise that Christmas hasn't resolved their issues and differences. My latest blog reveals the biggest pressures couples feel under, and why moving forward to formal proceeding is often the best option.

 

Celebrity divorces in 2017

Cents and Euros in the shape of a house.Our annual roundup of celebrity divorces in 217, and a cautionary tale of how now agreeing to an initial settlement could cost high worth spouses more than expected.

 

"I'd like to thank…"

Microphone looking over seatingHow being measured and considerate goes a long way to easing tensions when introducing your new partner to your estranged spouse and children.

 

From our social media:

5 It can't be guaranteed that other countries have the same laws as ours.

A sad case that after surviving domestic abuse, more stress comes from banks.

Celebrity divorces, Hollywood breakups and how not agreeing to an initial £350m divorce settlement with his wife cost one billionaire very dear.

Cafcas estimates that parental alienation happens in around 15% of all divorce cases. The hope is a new process will reduce this by helping parents to modify their behaviour.

Now You Can Throw an Ax at (a Picture of) Your Ex | Washingtonian

Louise Redknapp 'filed for divorce in March - days after Strictly tour came to an end' - Mirror Online

And finally