Divorce & Matrimonial Law
Divorce Solicitors in Kingston
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Rose & Rose
Divorce & Matrimonial Solicitors
Divorce can be a daunting, challenging, time-consuming, and potentially expensive process if not handled properly. However, with the right guidance and advice, it doesn’t have to be. Our family law team is here to assist you in navigating this journey. Our main goals are to:
- Understand your priorities.
- Achieve the best possible outcome for you and your family.
- Keep costs to a minimum.
- Ensure you are aware of all your options.
- Minimise stress and emotional distress.
- Keep you informed at every step of the way.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an initial consultation to discuss the best way forward for you, and we will provide you with further and specific advice tailored to your circumstances.
Matrimonial law services
Our team of highly experienced divorce lawyers and family law solicitors can provide assistance with various aspects of family law, divorce and legal separation, including:
- No Fault Divorce
- Pre Nuptial Agreements
- Post Nuptial Agreements
- Civil Partnerships
- Dissolution Of Civil Partnership
- Financial Settlements In Divorce
- Divorce & Money
- Divorce & Property
- Divorce & Foreign Nationality
For more detailed information on how we can assist with various family law matters and disputes, please visit our family law page. Our specialist family law solicitors are highly skilled in many areas, including, but not limited to, domestic abuse cases, child law and cohabitation rights.
What is Divorce?
Divorce is the legal process by which a marriage is dissolved and is entirely separate from financial negotiations. In April 2022, new legislation in the no-fault divorce reform removed the requirement of providing one of the main criteria as proof of the marriage breakdown. This reform introduced several benefits for couples, including the ability to apply for divorce jointly.
Traditionally, couples had to provide one of the following five reasons as proof of the marriage breakdown, which often implied blame:
- Unreasonable behaviour.
- Separation for at least 2 years (if the non-petitioning spouse agrees).
- Separation for at least 5 years (whether the non-petitioning spouse agrees or not).
These reasons often implied a fraction of blame on either or both sides of the relationship, making it difficult to have an amicable divorce or dissolution of the partnership, making the process unnecessarily hostile.
Get in touch with our family law team
We can provide you with a fixed fee for our services so that you have a clear understanding of the costs involved. To arrange an initial consultation and discuss the best way forward for your situation, please email email@example.com, or contact a member of our team below.
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