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Tracey Miller Blog

All the latest "Goings On" in the World of Celebrities and their Marital Woes. See Tracey's Unique View and how these very situations can relate to all of us!

Apr 20, 2018, 9:28 AM
A new study has suggested that if a close friend or family member gets divorced, it could increase the chances of your own marriage faltering. This phenomenon is known as ‘domino divorce’. To many people, this sounds wildly implausible – but is there a grain of truth in this suggestion? Wirral divorce lawyer Tracey Miller takes a closer look at the research.
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Mar 23, 2018, 10:58 AM
New research from Prudential has revealed that divorced people who are planning to retire this year could have up to £3,800 a year less in retirement income than those who’ve never divorced.
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Mar 15, 2018, 1:48 PM
In what has been described as the biggest divorce case in the UK, a court has awarded the ex-wife of a millionaire Russian oligarch a settlement of £453 million. The case has garnered press attention not only because of the vast sums of money involved, but also because of the mystery around the true wealth of Russian gas and oil tycoon Farkhad Akhmedov – who was reportedly ‘forced’ by the court…
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Feb 26, 2018, 11:44 AM
Many people, including those who have been through it themselves, see divorce as an unavoidably stressful, difficult and upsetting time. While feelings of sadness at the end of a relationship are perfectly common and natural, does a divorce always have to be a bad experience? Does it always have to involve argument, disagreement and bad feeling, or is it possible to have an amicable divorce?
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Feb 15, 2018, 1:33 PM
The UK Government has revealed that it will shortly be conducting a review of civil partnerships, with a number of proposed changes under discussion. But what will this mean for couples currently in civil partnerships, or those considering entering into one? Here at Tracey Miller’s Liverpool family law solicitors, we look into what could change following the consultation.
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