Divorce and Separation
Our divorce and separation solicitors in London will support you if you are separating from your spouse or partner. Many people are surprised to find out that there are more options when it comes to divorce than they might think, and that the traditional court process is just one route. Our specialist London family lawyers are mediators and collaborative lawyers as well as family law solicitors, and can help you find a process that is right for your unique circumstances.
Financial issues are one of the key concerns for anyone going through divorce and separation. Our team of specialist family lawyers understand this and will help you achieve the best outcome for you and your family. Financial issues in divorce can be complex, involving assets such as property, businesses and pensions, and so engaging a team of specialist family lawyers is the best way of ensuring that your financial interests are protected. Our team are experts in dispute resolution and can offer different approaches, such as mediation and collaborative law to help resolve your issue in the most cost-effective way, which may be achieved by avoiding going to Court. We also work with other experts, including independent financial advisors and pension experts.
Our family solicitors in London specialise only in family law, and know that for couples going through separation or divorce, that the needs of any children are the top priority. Our team regularly support clients on all matters involving children, including where they live and who they see and when. We are also experienced in complex issues regarding children, including those relating to parental responsibility, parenting arrangements and removal from the jurisdiction.
Despite emotions often running high, many of our clients find that they are able to reach an amicable agreement on arrangements for their children as a result of being guided and supported by our team. This might mean working through the issue via a dispute resolution process such as family mediation, or through the collaborative process. If, however, an agreement cannot be made then we can also help you to make an application to the court for an order, including a Child Arrangement Order.