After the separation of parents, in order for the family to feel stability, they need to have agreed child living arrangements and maintenance responsibilities. We believe these decisions are best made by the parents and not a judge. However, if this isn’t possible we can support you through negotiation, mediation or the court process.
Separation is one of the hardest experiences anyone will face in life whether it be in the form of Divorce or a dissolution of a Civil Partnership. The subsequent separation agreements made during a separation or after a divorce or dissolution and the financial provisions add to the overwhelming stress.
However, our solicitors provide our clients with guidance on pre and post-nuptial agreements, separation agreements and cohabitation agreements. These regulate the division of assets, financial arrangements and property and belongings rights.
If agreements can’t be made our solicitors can again support you through the process of mediation or court. Furthermore, we can provide support to those suffering from domestic abuse by helping make applications for a Non-Molestation Order or Occupation Order with understanding and empathy.
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Helping remove uncertainty
A Parenting Agreement can provide a mutually agreed plan which removes uncertainty and sets expectations for both parents. One of our Family Law Solicitors will facilitate you in completing this document and act as a third party witness. It is important to remember that the success of the plan is dependent on both parents respecting what has been jointly decided.
Cutting the cost of family law