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Vanessa Friend comments in the good divorce guide in The Telegraph

  • October 03, 2016
  • By Hunters Law

For better, for worse, for richer, for poorer; the vows are too often the first casualties when a couple start drawing the battle lines of divorce.

Forty-two per cent of first marriages in the UK now end in divorce. Is it possible to part ways without leaving a trail of destruction?

While for the minority a “good divorce” might involve instructing the fiercest divorce lawyer available, for others it’s setting the foundations for future amicable family get-togethers.

Vanessa Friend, an associate at Hunters, acts for a lot of high-net-wealth individuals, as well as people on modest incomes. “Higher-value cases are easier to settle because there’s enough to go round, whereas smaller divorces are actually really hard because you’re carving up a smaller pot to make two and there just might not be enough.”

Read the full article in The Telegraph here.

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