Monday February 17, 2020

When ‘I do’ becomes ‘I don’t’

As property struggles to regain its post-crash value, divorcing couples must consider more than the family home when splitting their finances.

31st May, 2015
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Alas, some of those who say ‘I do’ will find that their relationship will not go the distance

With a potential wedding boom on the horizon after the recent marriage equality referendum result, Ireland is awash with love.

But, alas, some of those who say ‘I do’ will find that their relationship will not go the distance. Thousands of Irish couples divorce each year, and for those calling time on a relationship, financial considerations – albeit not the primary concern – will come into play.

Rachel Fehily, a mediator and author...

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