Divorce, Separation & Mediation

There are many things to think about when ending your marriage, be that through a separation agreement or through a divorce. It’s likely to mean changes to who you live with, maybe where you live, as well as changes to your finances. This can be further complicated where children are involved to care for and support. It’s a huge change in your life and can be a very difficult and emotional time.

Our matrimonial team can explain the options open to you and guide you through the process so that you feel supported and confident throughout this most difficult time.

Our matrimonial team includes; Priti Patel and Sue O'Brien (Legal Executive). To talk to one of the team, please call us on 01787 277375 or use the online form.

 

RSS Divorce | The Guardian

  • No-fault divorce reform will allow families to function, say lawyers
    Planned overhaul in England and Wales praised for shifting focus from blame to resolutionLawyers have welcomed government plans to introduce no-fault divorce, saying the changes would allow families to function after a marriage breakdown.The government announced on Tuesday that divorce laws in England and Wales would be changed as soon as parliamentary time became available. […]
  • No-fault divorce law coming ‘as soon as parliamentary time allows’
    Justice secretary vows to end ‘unnecessary blame game’ in marital breakdownsLegislation for no-fault divorce will be introduced as soon as parliamentary time becomes available to end the “blame game” in marital breakdowns, the justice secretary has pledged.Changes to the existing divorce laws in England and Wales would establish a minimum six-month timeframe to enable couples […]
  • Be honest, be kind: five lessons from an amicable divorce
    Consciously uncoupling is possible: choose your battles, build a support network and learn to play the long gameIt’s not always infidelity that leads a couple to split – sometimes a marriage simply runs out of steam and both sides are better off apart. But when that happens, is it really possible to part amicably?It’s been […]