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Let us guide and support you when your relationship ends
The ending of a relationship is never an easy time. It can be stressful for the parties and any children and can impact on the wider family members. It is often a time of uncertainty. It can be very emotional with many issues to consider, such as where everyone is going to live, the finances, pensions, child maintenance and in some instances issues over domestic violence.
Starting a divorce is a big step. Couples may decide to go their separate ways but might not wish to formally end the marriage. Others wish to wait for a period of time before starting the divorce. We can assist you with the issues to consider during this separation period.
Our experienced and understanding Solicitors are committed to helping the victims of domestic abuse, explaining the immediate steps that you can take to obtain protection from further abuse.
In some circumstances a warning letter from us can be enough to make someone realise that their behaviour is not acceptable. In other cases an application to the Court is necessary to protect the victim and any children.
The legal process of the divorce itself can be straightforward with the right guidance. What can often cause more difficulty are the associated issues. For many the main concern is the children. Our qualified Solicitors can complete all the legalities and paperwork for you to help minimise the burden on you, while keeping you in the picture every step of the way.
If you are thinking of divorce or separation it is important to get the right advice at an early stage. We can talk you through the process and consider the practical implications for you and your family.
There can be a great deal of emotional stress when a relationship ends and dealing with all the associated legal issues can be added pressure. You are likely to have a lot of questions on matters that require immediate attention and we are happy to assist with any initial queries that you may have.
We can provide you with clear free initial legal advice on what to do following the breakdown of your relationship.
If you require support and guidance then we are here to help.