A difficult time for you and your family…
The breakdown of a marriage is an incredibly difficult time emotionally, financially and socially. It can be very disorienting for you and your family, and you may feel that there are so many things to sort out at once that you don’t know how or where to start – from where to live, to day-to-day child care, from protecting your professional career to how to pay your monthly bills.
At Family Law Experts we have years of experience in helping people cope with these issues. Our expert legal advice will help make things clear for you – and our team has skilled knowledge across all areas of family law, so we can advise on the aspects of your life that divorce may have an impact on including financial settlements and issues involving children.
It is crucial to seek legal advice as soon as possible so that you can be aware of all your options and start moving forward in your life right away.
A free initial consultation
It’s possible you feel hesitant about approaching a law firm as doing so can suddenly make divorce seem very real, even if it is only an option you are considering, and may not have talked to anyone about.
You can contact us, however unsure you are. We provide a free consultation for prospective clients to talk through your situation and its possibilities.
There is no obligation – if at the end of the consultation you decide it is not the best way forward you can leave in the knowledge that at least you have learnt more about the options and processes, and are better equipped with the knowledge to help make a clear decision.
And if you do wish to proceed – whether with divorce, annulment or any other service, we are also in a better position to help you right at the start, as we already know the basic details of your situation and how you wish to move forward in your future.
High Quality & Efficient Service
At Family Law Experts we work hard to make our service swift and efficient so as to make it cost-effective and with as little stress as possible for you.
Our team has years of experience dealing with all aspects of divorce and has the specialised knowledge to advise on any case, no matter how complex. They will spend time with you making sure they know your individual situation in detail – our focus is a successful outcome for you. We want to shoulder the burden at a distressing time, and give you the best possible start in your life ahead.
Our areas of expertise include:
Other options – what if divorce is not right for me?
If you are concerned that Divorce is not the right option for you, there are other routes you can take:
A Judicial Separation does not end the marriage – but you would still need to apply to court. In this case it is also possible to get financial support. It is ideally suited to those who cannot divorce for religious reasons.
Please speak to us today if you are considering this option – we can resolve the matter quickly and explain the details of Judicial Separation to you.
In certain cases an annulment is possible instead of a divorce. For example:
- If the couple have been married less than a year
- If the couple are found to be related closer than the law allows
- If one party was underage at the time of marriage
- If one party was already married
- If the marriage was non-consensual (i.e. one party was forced into it, or under the influence of drugs/alcohol)
- If one party was pregnant by another partner without the spouse’s knowledge.
If any of the above apply to you, or there are any other circumstances you feel may justify the annulment of your marriage, it is important to get legal advice as soon as possible. You can call us any day of the week Monday to Sunday from 8am to 8pm for advice. Our specialists will help consider all your options and assist you in making a decision at this difficult time.
If you and your spouse wish to reach an agreement over your separation, the division of your property, assets, and childcare arrangements, mediation may be the best option for you. It is a much quicker process, and much more peaceable for you and your family and therefore reassuring for children. It can also be a quicker and less stressful process than court.
Please contact us if you are considering mediation. Our team will help you and your spouse come to an amicable agreement. After you have been through the mediation process we will draw up a legally binding Consent Order – you can feel reassured that if your spouse does not follow the Consent Order there will be a legal consequences.