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We discuss and have open discussions about our own personal journeys including the highs and the lows.
Listen and hear us share our own experiences and cover a variety of topics, we understand how important it is to share our stories and how powerful it is to hear other peoples stories – There is so much value you can learn from others and you may discover they are or have walked a similar path to yours.
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EP17 – Financial Pressures on a Relationship
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EP17 – Financial Pressures On a Relationship With Trinity Taylor (PT1)
With reference to stress in any relationship, money tends to be a significant contributing factor. The reason is that money issues tend to be a stress problem in and of itself, and when looked at in combination with the fact that its not an openly discussed topic, particularly in the UK, situations tend to get awkward and frustrating.
It is imperative that couples make an effort to determine and work out their financial arrangement and philosophy, in addition to as individuals too.
In concept it seems as though everyone would be able to carry this out, but the reality is something very different unfortunately. Evidenced by a national survey that was carried out by Experian which focused on 500 adults who has recently gone through a divorce within recent years (5). the survey discovered that money plated a significant role in the ending of their marriages and it leading to a divorce. Even more concerning, 71 percent of women and 60 percent of men said that their former spouses spending habits ended up being different than they thought they would be before they were married, showing a serious lack of open communication.
What is the legal status of prenups and postnups?
In England, Wales or Northern Ireland, prenups and postnups are not fully legally binding, but they’re taken into account by the courts if you divorce or dissolve your civil partnership.
Government legislation according to gov.uk states that
“You and your ex-partner can choose how to work out money and property issues if you divorce or end a civil partnership. You can usually avoid going to court hearings if you agree how to split your money and property. You can use a solicitor to make your agreement legally binding. You can agree on child maintenance at the same time or separately.”
So essentially assuming both parties come to an amicable agreement then a separation (should it happen) can be as pain-free and simple as both part