What made financial headlines over the weekend?
Divorcees more likely to be in debt
‘Due diligence of divorce’
Enforceability and purpose
Report backed by PFS
A Valentine’s Day look at marriage and financial planning
Knock-on effects are starting to be felt
Mike Morrison talks to some barristers
Early financial advice essential in pension freedom divorce
Executive chairman of advice firm Mattioli Woods Bob Woods is to keep his 15.1% shareholding in the company following the divorce from his wife but will pay out half its value, the pair have agreed.
Adviser firm Westminster Wealth Management has launched a dedicated divorce service to add to its financial planning business.
Five ways family lawyers and financial advisers can help each other's businesses
Susan Midha takes a look at what can be done to prevent family disputes over inheritance.
The number of over-60s getting divorced each year has soared since the mid-1990s, according to figures from the Office for National Statistics.
Divorcees can expect to receive £2,600 - or 16% - less income in retirement compared with people who stay married.
Mike Morrison highlights some of the potential fallout from recent pension legislation
Pension provider Scottish Widows has been told it cannot reclaim almost £100,000 it mistakenly paid to a divorcee three years ago.
A fifth of women abandon paying into a pension after divorce and a quarter reduce their general savings, according to research from Phoenix Group.
Separating couples were dealt a serious blow this week after legal aid was scrapped from entire areas of civil law, including most divorce cases.
The government's public sector pension reforms are causing public servants to put their divorce proceedings on hold as they wait for clarity on payouts, a consultant has said.