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Family Breakdown

Our team of family solicitors can help you through this difficult time

The breakdown of any relationship can be stressful and emotionally charged. Whilst every situation is different, reducing hostility and conflict is essential. Our approach aims to minimise unnecessary disputes and to ensure that you achieve the best outcome possible.

Our family divorce solicitors are all members of Resolution, the professional body that encourages a non-confrontational approach to resolving family disputes. We aim to be fair but firm, using our skills and experience to help you achieve your desired outcome. When required we will adopt a robust approach to deal with difficult and opposing points of view. Our clients trust us to provide high quality family law advice and exceptional client support in the most challenging of circumstances.

The broad knowledge of our team means that we can think about wider issues for you and your family too – such as pensions, tax and family businesses. Whatever your needs and concerns we will direct you to the very best people to help you.

Please get in touch with our team of experts today.

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“The firm always appear to be very proactive, quick to come back to any points and respond.”

 

“I can’t fault the team. They were always willing to help, returned calls and passed messages on without delay.”

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Lester Aldridge LLP acts in international children disputes and advises on prenuptial agreements, trusts and cohabitation agreements. Mediator Jane Porter ‘stretches and inspires her team to the client’s benefit’.

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International women’s day is upon us again, and it’s a chance to reflect on the drastic social change that has taken place over recent years.

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For many women who have taken the role of homemaker whilst their husbands have been the main breadwinner in the family, they can be concerned that if they were to leave an unhappy marriage, they would be left penniless.

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When a relationship breaks down it is still statistically more likely that it will be the mother left “holding the baby” and naturally there are financial consequences to that.

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