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Matrimonial and Family Law

Family Law LRG

Whether you are embarking on a new relationship, experiencing difficulties in an existing one or need guidance in connection with issues concerning your children, we can offer specialist advice and assistance. 

We offer a fixed fee of £495 plus VAT as our fee for an undefended divorce plus the court fee (currently £550).

We offer a 30 minute free consultation at our offices on request.


Separation and Divorce

Separation and Divorce LRG

In the event of your relationship breaking down, we can advise you in connection with the financial and non-financial consequences that may affect you, your children or your family as a whole. We can inform you of the different methods available to try and settle disputes and minimise conflict.

If you wish to separate rather than divorce, we can advise you in relation to the preparation of a Separation Agreement. If however there is to be a divorce or dissolution, we can act for you within the process and work with you to achieve a fair financial outcome.


Children Matters LRG

We understand that your children, and your relationship with them, will be of the utmost important to you whether you are entering a new relationship or ending an existing one.

You may wish to consider financial provision for your children, with whom and where they are to live or a particular issue unique to you and your family.

We can advise you on yours and your children’s rights and responsibilities and how the law can help you to work together to achieve the best future for them regardless of whatever else might be happening in your life.

New Relationships

New Relationships LRG

If you are entering a new relationship, planning on moving in with your partner or newly engaged to be married, it is unlikely that you will have given much thought as to what might happen in the event of you experiencing financial difficulties.

Cohabitees do not have the same rights and responsibilities as married couples. There is no such thing as a common-law marriage. It is therefore advisable to record your intentions regarding financial and other matters in a Cohabitation Agreement at the outset of your relationship. The Agreement could detail how you intend to regulate your financial affairs during the course of the relationship as well as dealing with the consequences of the relationship breaking down.

Prior to getting married or entering a civil partnership, you may wish to consider protecting you or your partner from the uncertainty of what might happen in the event of divorce or dissolution. A Pre-Nuptial Agreement can be effective in this regard and can act as an insurance policy; there if you need it but otherwise tucked away in the bottom of a  drawer.

For expert family law advice please get in touch with Amanda Boxall on 01276 692233 or use our contact form and we will call you back.

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