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Your solicitor may get a firmer grasp of your spending than you. Photograph: iStock

(...) spike in divorce enquiries as couples emerge from isolation. If irritants like money, housework(...)

People never consider that a marriage – first or subsequent – will invalidate a will but it does

(...) invalidate a will – marriage, divorce and a personal decision by a person to revoke their will. Again, there(...)

In Ireland, both parties in  divorce are expected to try to hammer out terms of a settlement – financial and otherwise – governing their arrangements post any divorce. Photograph: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images

At the moment my husband and I are living apart under the one roof. If we divorce, would I be(...)

Following the divorce, your stepdaughter no longer has any category A rights to your estate. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien

I am currently going through a divorce. My ex-wife has left me and my stepdaughter. My ex(...)

A decree of divorce automatically ends a former spouse’s entitlement to legal right share

(...) the legal route either of separation or divorce. It is quite common in a legal separation for both(...)

A referendum to ease the constitutional restrictions on divorce is to be held next year on the same(...)

The relief from capital gains of the sale of someone’s principal private residence is one of the best known tax reliefs

(...) back to live with his parents, and stayed there for the last 20 years. As part of the divorce(...)

The current tax free threshold on gifts and inheritances between parents and a child is €280,000, but this figure changes regularly

(...) amount the taxman eventually takes. When it comes to divorce, things get even more complicated. Divorce(...)

Increasing numbers of Irish people in the autumn of their lives are choosing to officially divorce or, at least, file for judicial separations. Photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Some 20 years since divorce was first introduced in Ireland, the numbers opting to dissolve their(...)

(...) marriage itself. The referendum to legalise divorce – 20 years ago today – would not just recognise the(...)

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