Family breakdowns can be one of the hardest experiences you’ll ever have to go through. You know that the decisions you make now will determine your family’s future. It’s difficult to think straight though when it seems like your life is falling apart in every direction.
We understand how difficult and upsetting it can be to go through a divorce. Our fixed fee service is aimed at making process as straightforward as possible
I believe my spouse will not co-operate with the divorce; can I still obtain a divorce? My spouse will just throw any papers he receives in the bin; can I still get a divorce?
Following the introduction of the Family Proceedings Rules on 6th April 2011, before a person can make an application to the Court for an Order in relevant family proceedings, the Applicant (or the Applicant’s legal representative), should contact a Family Mediator...
We can commence divorce proceedings at any time providing you have been married for over one year and provided one or other of the couple is domiciled or habitually resident in this country. If there is any query with regard to jurisdiction, please telephone for further advice
In some circumstances you and your spouse/partner will have had a discussion on how to divide the matrimonial assets and you will be happy with the agreement you have reached. Please note, however,...
What lies ahead if you and your spouse/partner cannot reach an agreement?
Unlike the mother of a child, where a couple are not married fathers do not automatically acquire parental responsibility. With more and more children being born outside marriage, there is greater uncertainty amongst parents about the legal responsibility they may have for their children.
We provide advice on children matters and child abduction. When a relationship comes to an end the children can often be quite vulnerable especially if the parents could potentially return to different countries.
A Residence Order is an Order settling the arrangements to be made as to the person with whom a child is to live. This is sometimes referred to, and used to be referred to, as “custody”.