Divorce, separation and civil partnership dissolution
Working closely with you, we can help you to achieve a practical solution during divorce, dissolution or judicial separation – cost effectively and sensitively.
What we can offer you
At this difficult time, you need straightforward advice on the legal implications of relationship breakdown and guidance through the process of divorce, dissolution or judicial separation. We will work through the important issues as they arise, such as financial matters and arrangements relating to your children.
Our Family law team have extensive experience in:
- Drafting separation agreements, if you wish to separate from your partner before entering formal divorce or dissolution
- Guiding you through complex situations, whether these involve financial arrangements, international and jurisdictional issues or difficult emotional circumstances.
Our team are members of Resolution, an association of family solicitors that are committed to resolving all family matters in a constructive and non-confrontational manner. The association can offer advice to families on the following issues:
- Telling your children about divorce, dissolution or judicial separation
- How to manage the negative impact a divorce, dissolution or judicial separation could have on them
Relationship breakdown is never easy, but we are committed to helping you work through this difficult period. No two families’ experiences are ever the same and we always take into account your specific circumstances, offering practical help and a sympathetic ear.
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