40 min

For better or for worse: The financial implications of getting divorce‪d‬ In For A Penny

    • Investing

Married couples have been spending a lot more time together during lockdown in the UK which in some cases has brought families closer and sadly in others there is speculation that frustration could lead to divorce.
There was a spike in divorce applications in China after it lifted its lockdown restrictions earlier this year and UK lawyers say they have seen more inquiries about marital splits.
Marc and Josh spoke with Charlotte Coyle, a senior associate in the family team at law form Goodman Derrick, to talk through the financial practicalities of getting divorced.
The In For A Penny podcast is produced and presented by freelance personal finance journalist Marc Shoffman and The Orchard Practice financial planner Joshua Gerstler.
Each episode aims to address the confusing concepts and challenges from the world of business, finance and wider society.
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Married couples have been spending a lot more time together during lockdown in the UK which in some cases has brought families closer and sadly in others there is speculation that frustration could lead to divorce.
There was a spike in divorce applications in China after it lifted its lockdown restrictions earlier this year and UK lawyers say they have seen more inquiries about marital splits.
Marc and Josh spoke with Charlotte Coyle, a senior associate in the family team at law form Goodman Derrick, to talk through the financial practicalities of getting divorced.
The In For A Penny podcast is produced and presented by freelance personal finance journalist Marc Shoffman and The Orchard Practice financial planner Joshua Gerstler.
Each episode aims to address the confusing concepts and challenges from the world of business, finance and wider society.
How to leave a review
Apple devices:
Launch the Apple Podcast app on your smartphoneSearch for the In For A Penny PodcastClick on the artwork and tap the reviews tab to leave feedbackTap on the stars to leave a ratingClick sendYou may need to sign in to iTunes to do thisAndroid devices:
Download the Podbean appSearch for the In For A Penny podcastLeave a review via the comments tabYou can also comment directly on our Podbean profile on a desktop computer@marcshoffman
@joshgerstler
@inforapennypod1
 

See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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