We know that emotions have been running high over the last few months and you may reach a point where you just need to get some advice on what your options are. To help clients who wish to start divorce proceedings we are now offering an initial telephone advice appointment. This will enable you to make progress with your divorce from the comfort of your own home, with correspondence dealt with by phone and email to progress your matter.
The majority of the Family Law team are following government guidance and working successfully from home, with full access to the systems they need. Our main switchboard and administrative functions continue to operate as normal.
Court hearings have been taking place virtually over the last few months and our team have been working throughout, meaning that we are fully up to speed with the current procedures.
Divorce & Separation advice: what to do now
We help with all aspects of Family Law and especially divorce cases. Kelly Parks, Head of our Family Law team offers advice on what to do next.
Top tips for marriage survival over the coming weeks
Couples may be facing a challenging time due to the unusual circumstances that have been thrust upon us as a result of the COVID-19.
Sharing custody during the Coronavirus pandemic – what are your rights?
What to do when a summer break becomes a summer break up?
Practical Advice - Taking Children Abroad After Separation
Planning ahead is important for most family holidays, but if you are looking to take your children abroad and you have separated or divorced, then the sooner you prepare this, the better.
Funding Your Divorce Options Guide
We have prepared a guide for the options for funding your divorce which includes: your own resource options, third party source options, maintenance, insurance, litigation loans, public funding and information on our Assessment Information Meeting.