Divorce & Separation
From divorce and separation to child arrangements and disputes, our friendly team of expert divorce solicitors will ensure the legal process is smooth and manageable for everyone involved.
How can we help?
Divorce & Separation Solicitors
Divorce and separation can be a difficult time and there will be many issues to consider including finances and arrangements for children. Our divorce and separation solicitors in Bristol will help you navigate the process and support you every step of the way.
We will provide you with realistic options. From advising on the financial implications of living separately without divorcing or dissolution, to the preparation of documents for legal proceedings, we’re here to provide guidance and support.
We recognise that not every relationship needs to fail and so we therefore work with counsellors and divorce coaches to provide assistance when you may not be certain of which way you want to go.
We can also help you with:
- Finances during divorce
- Financial injunctions and freezing orders
- Funding divorce
- Collaborative divorce
- Settling a divorce out of court
- Maintenance claims
Make a start online
If you are ready to find out where you stand legally, complete our FREE online questionnaire for an instant, personalised report. Starting online means you will be well prepared for when you speak to one of our solicitors, saving you time and money.
Alternatively, if you’re ready to talk we are here and ready to listen.
Contact our divorce and separation solicitors in Bristol or London
Let’s talk. You can call us on 0117 906 9400 or email email@example.com for further information from our divorce and separation solicitors in Bristol and London. Alternatively, please complete our contact form
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