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Family Law covers all areas of law relating to your loved ones and includes pre and post nuptial agreements, divorce, separation, child guardianship and child custody.
When going through any family law issues, it is important that you have someone on your side, advising you based on your circumstances and your specific needs. Our solicitors are highly trained and experienced in family law and can provide the best legal advice as well advising on the most practical way forward.
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The areas of work we cover are:
DivorceIf you are considering a divorce, then this can a very stressful time in your life. Our divorce solcitors are able to guide you through the process with professionalism and sensitivity. We offer fixed fees for the simplest cases. Divorce is the legal end to a marriage. Only a court in the UK can grant a divorce, however this process often does not require you to attend court. Our divorce solicitors can handle the case for you.
Separation AgreementsPeople who are already married or in a civil partnership can enter into a written agreement setting out what they intend to happen to their money, property and other practical issues as a consequence of their current or planned separation. This written agreement is called a separation agreement. Separation agreements are usually entered into by parties who are separating, but who do not want to divorce or dissolve their civil partnership at that time, perhaps for religious or practical reasons.
CohabitationA cohabitation agreement is a written, signed document, often signed as a deed in front of witnesses. It will generally deal with three principal areas:
- who owns (and owes) what at the time of the agreement, and in what proportions
- what financial arrangements you have decided to make while you are living together, and
- how property, assets and income should be divided if you should split up
FinancesSorting out the finances after a divorce can be one of the most difficult arrangements to agree. Either spouse or civil partner can make an application to court to resolve financial disputes arising from divorce or civil partnership dissolution. The person making the application is the applicant and the other person is the respondent.
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Pre nuptial agreements
- where one party has subtiancially more capital then the other
- The parties wish to protect their assets
- there may be business or other assets that needs to be separated from matrimonial assets
- there may be children from a previous marriage whose assets need to be protected
- there may be assets in other jursdictions