Divorce and Separation

 

When the worst happens and you find that divorce or separation is inevitable, what do you do? Some couples are able to resolve the issues that arise between themselves and we encourage that, offering general guidance. Others find, understandably, that they need more detailed advice on the procedures of divorce or perhaps more importantly on sorting out children issues and finances.

 

That's where we can provide sound, practical advice to see you through what can be a very difficult time. From our wealth of experience, we will explain the options to you and help you to try and reach a sensible resolution by agreement. Only if all avenues are exhausted will we resort to the Courts to fight your corner.

 

We are trained Collaborative Lawyers and members of Resolution. Any of our lawyers are more than happy to answer your questions. Click through to their individual profiles for direct contact numbers.

 

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Principal contacts

 

Stuart Hughes

Stuart Hughes

 

Melanie Pilmer

Melanie Pilmer

 

Emily Woodhouse

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