Don’t get stuck in the divorce lift

Don’t get stuck in the divorce lift

This takes effort – not getting stuck. It is easy to say and not so easy to do. And it’s so tempting isn’t it? Imagine you’ve just stepped into an escalator. Level one is fairly peaceful and level 20 is nearer to all out warfare. We all know how it feels to be in a[…]

Understanding the behaviour of your spouse

Understanding the behaviour of your spouse

Understanding the behaviour of your spouse is often seen as one of the oldest mysteries of them all. Why do people do the things they do? Why do we sometimes behave in ways that are so obviously contrary to our own best interests when viewed from the eyes of the other? Well, the answer to[…]

Is being vertically challenged unreasonable behaviour

Is being “vertically challenged” unreasonable behaviour?

  Is being “vertically challenged” acceptably considered unreasonable behaviour that can cause you to get a divorce? Well, according to this article in the Independent, last October an unnamed woman in Saudi Arabia did just that, filed a divorce petition on the grounds that her husband’s height (or lack of it) should be considered unreasonable[…]

Understanding divorce part 4 - The five facts Unreasonable Behaviour

Understanding Divorce Part 4: The five facts, Unreasonable Behaviour

In this, the 4rd part of our series on understanding divorce we are discussing each of the 5 acceptable facts upon which a petitioner for a divorce may rely when asking a judge to consider whether or not their marriage has broken down irretrievably. If you are unclear on what this means precisely, please see[…]