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How the divorce courts in England & Wales deal with your money
David Chidgey
Independently published (23 Sept. 2018)

Divorce finance barrister David Chidgey answers the following. What happens in court during a divorce in England and Wales? What is the procedure? What rules do the courts use? How are assets divided? What happens to the matrimonial home? Is the behaviour of the parties relevant? What does the court do about pensions and about maintenance? Who pays the legal costs? How should you choose a solicitor?


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