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  • Lisa Armstrong pictured arriving for ‘eight-hour negotiation about £31m divorce from Ant McPar… January 22, 2020
    Ant McPartlin's ex Lisa Armstrong arrived at her barrister's office for an eight hour discussion over her £31m divorce deal on Tuesday.  A 'peacemaker' during the extensive negotiations, the make-up artist, 43, reportedly brought forward the meeting with her legal team, after returning from holiday in Mexico.  During the lengthy chat - where the details of their […]
  • 2 steps to take control of your money again after a divorce, according to a financial planner – Busi… January 22, 2020
    Divorce is difficult both personally and financially, and rebuilding your financial life on your own can be difficult.  A financial planner suggests that anyone dealing with divorce take stock of what their financial life will look like post-divorce, and decide where they want to be.  Then, she suggests finding a financial planner to help achieve […]
  • London construction tops $1B – again – as 10-digit milestone becomes annual routine January 22, 2020
    Nick Johnston of Under R construction company nails together two roof trusses that will hold a large load near the centre of the home the company is framing in the new construction site south of Pack Road just west of Colonel Talbot Road in London. (Mike Hensen/The London Free Press) London has topped the $1-billion […]
  • ADR helps people get justice speedily – The Financial Express BD January 22, 2020
    Shahiduzzaman Khan | Published: January 18, 2020 22:38:48 Disputes arise in all organisations. Dealing with a dispute constructively can enable an organisation achieve its ultimate objectives, save on resources, avoid financial losses, and protect its reputation. In contrast, failing to effectively manage a dispute can negatively impact on the organisation damaging its internal and external […]
  • 11 Single Moms on What No One Tells You About Divorce After Kids January 22, 2020
    evgenyatamanenkoGetty Images Divorce sucks. There’s no way around it. Even if you're positive that it’s the right thing for you and for your family it’s still not the outcome anyone hoped for when you clutched a bouquet and swapped rings in front of all your friends, God, and the caterers. Even the friendliest divorce makes […]
  • Oligarch’s son challenges litigation funding in £453m divorce – Financial Times January 22, 2020
    The son of a Russian oligarch locked in an acrimonious £453m divorce battle backed partly by Burford Capital called his mother’s agreement with the litigation funder “unlawful” when she dragged him into her case on Monday. Tatiana Akhmedova, the ex-wife of oligarch Farkhad Akhmedov, accused 26-year-old Temur Akhmedov of helping his father evade a mammoth […]
  • Separating couples: what is mediation and why try it first? – Lexology January 22, 2020
    What is a Mediation Information and Assessment Meeting and why should it be your first port of call when you separate? How do we start to have the difficult conversation about separating or divorcing? What do we do? Where do we go? What about our children? These are immediate and important questions for many separating […]
  • Ask the Expert: How is our divorce likely to affect our children? January 22, 2020
    Q: MY HUSBAND and I have just split up – how are our children likely to react in these early stages of the separation? Child psychotherapist Rachel Melville-Thomas, spokesperson for the Association of Child Psychotherapists (ACP), says: "In the complicated task of setting up two homes and new arrangements for children to see both parents, […]
  • Accelerating the innovation of business January 19, 2020
  • SMEs should consider outsourcing for business January 19, 2020


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