Divorce and Family
Divorce can be daunting and challenging, time consuming and if not handled well, expensive. With the right help and advice it can also be none of those things. We are here to help you through the process and our goals are:
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 every step of the way
Our team of divorce and family law solicitors are experts in their field with many years experience.
If you’d like to take a look at their profiles below, you can then ask to speak to one of our team specifically. Alternatively, you can tell us a little bit about your situation and we’ll recommend the team member best suited to work with you.
Please call us on 0208 974 7490, email us at or use the live chat on our website to arrange a Free initial consultation to discuss the best way forward for you and we can then provide you with further advice specifically tailored to your circumstances. Our experienced team are here to help you.
Fixed Fee Divorce
For uncontested divorces we are able to offer a fixed fee. Talk to us today for a quote.
More detailed information on the process and how we work:
Divorce is the legal process by which you dissolve your marriage once the relationship has broken down. There are a number of different facts upon which a petitioner can rely:
- Unreasonable behaviour
- 2 years separation by consent
- 5 years separation
The divorce process can take around 6 months, but it is usual not to finalise the divorce until a financial agreement has been reached. Wherever possible we try to agree the wording of the divorce petition with your spouse to enable the divorce to move forward without delay and avoid unnecessary acrimony.
The legal formality for getting a divorce is a relatively straight forward process. What is generally less straight forward is sorting out the practical issues, such as where each party will live, how the assets are to be split, and arrangements for any children. Before agreeing matters with your husband or wife, it is wise to seek our advice about your rights and the options available to you.
It is important to try and avoid a contested divorce if possible as this can increase costs and we can advise on the best way to avoid that.
If you are considering divorce it is important to seek advice as soon as possible, giving you a clear picture about your rights and options as early in the process as possible.
Whilst some cases may be unavoidably contentious, our goal is to avoid expensive and lengthy court proceedings whenever possible.