When a marriage breaks down, important decisions need to be made at a time when the individuals involved are likely to be feeling emotional and vulnerable.
Our experts are here to help you make the best decisions for yourself and for your family.
How we can help you
We offer services in relation to childcare arrangements, financial provision, as well as divorce and divorce litigation where an agreement between parties can’t be reached. We specialise in guiding our clients through what can often be an emotional time by providing advice that is clear, straightforward and practical.
The first priority for a parent when a relationship breaks down is to make sure arrangements for their children are the best they can be. We understand that these are often very difficult decisions to make and our experts are here to help both parents come to an agreement.
This will usually involve helping the children to transition by making sure that they’re able to spend time with each parent. We’ll discuss where the children will live, contact agreements and help you find the best way forward for your family.
Making these decisions in a calm and effective way, with the focus on the best interests of the children, is something our experts have particular skill in. We’re here to help you tackle these difficult subjects.
You might already have a pre or post-nuptial agreement in place. If that’s the case, we’ll discuss it with you and help you ensure that your divorce progresses as smoothly as possible, taking what was agreed previously into account.
For those that don’t have one of these agreements in place, we’ll discuss your current needs and overall financial situation. Gaining an understanding of the full picture will help us steer you towards the resolution that’s right for you.
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If you’d like to hear more about our expertise in divorce law or if you have specific questions, please contact us.
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