Divorce

We understand that most of our clients seek our advice about getting divorced as a last resort after the breakdown of their relationship, and it is often an extremely difficult time.  We will always listen with empathy and without judgement, and help you understand the divorce process and your rights. Whether you have already decided to apply for divorce, or are just thinking about your options, we can talk to you about your next steps.

 

This page is currently being reviewed in light of the new changes to the Divorce Law.

Contact us to discuss your case with a member of our separation and divorce team.

The Team
Anita Laws
Anita Laws

Chartered Legal Executive

Skye Dunster
Skye Dunster

Divorce Administration Assistant

More Information

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