If things aren’t good at home, then our team of divorce solicitors can provide detailed advice on your rights and obligations if you're thinking of separation.
If you have relationship difficulties, we will consider all of your options with you and also give you the information on the impact of the relationship ending.
Our divorce lawyers can also help you to consider how you manage ending the relationship and how you part ways.
Entering into a marriage or a Civil Partnership affects your legal status. It gives rise to obligations and responsibilities.
When a marriage or a Civil partnership is dissolved it leads to financial claims which can potentially be made by either party against the other. The order dissolving the marriage or the Civil Partnership does not conclude those Financial claims.
A court order is the only method of concluding those financial claims and ensuring that there is a financial divorce.
Even if matters are agreed, that agreement will need to be converted into a court order before it is conclusive and effective. Our divorce lawyers can obtain the necessary order for you.
If you are in a long-term cohabitation relationship and you are not married your rights and obligations are very different from a married couple.
There is currently no separate law regulating cohabiting couples or the breakdown of their relationship.
We can provide detailed advice on your rights and obligations and even provide you with a cohabitation agreement. If you have relationship difficulties, our team of divorce solicitors can give you the information on the impact of the relationship ending.
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