The breakup of any relationship is difficult and can be very upsetting but when it results in a legal battle it can be much more distressful and finding the right outcome is not always easy when there are practical issues to consider as well as having to deal with the emotional upset and uncertainty.
We appreciate that the breakdown of a marriage or a relationship can be one of the most traumatic events in a person’s life. We understand that during times like this you need the help of expert divorce and family solicitors who will listen to you and offer you the best legal advice available in working towards an agreement whilst making sure that you are fully represented in any dispute so that your best interests are fully protected. We will provide you with a sympathetic but constructive approach to these sensitive issues and our role is to help you resolve matters.
Having a reputable and experienced law firm behind you can minimise your stress and give you confidence and also help to ensure that you will achieve a swift and acceptable outcome. We are dedicated to the interests of our clients and are committed to guiding you with assurance and confidence during what can be a complex procedure.
By adopting a practical and balanced approach to negotiations we try to minimise conflict and hostility whilst protecting and dealing with your interests. We aim to achieve a swift and amicable resolution for you but should Court proceedings be necessary you can be assured that we will act for you effectively and efficiently.
Our areas of expertise include:
- Divorce and civil partnership
- Financial remedy proceedings
- Cohabitation agreements
- Separation agreements
- Disputes over children matters
- Domestic violence and injunctions
- Disagreements over the home
- Disputes between unmarried partners
- Pre-nuptual agreements
We offer our reputation, experience, expertise and knowhow. Although every problem is different you can rely upon our experience and our resourcefulness. We are able to offer a wide range of pricing options which can include levels of fixed fees.