Breaking Good - Episode Five: Splitigation – going to court to sort out finances on divorce
Co-hosts Marcus Brigstocke and Head of Family, Jo Edwards are joined once again by Rosie Schumm to talk about going to court to sort out money issues on divorce. They explore when involving the court is the right thing to do, the process, what powers the court has and why it's usually not as melodramatic as movies would have us believe…
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