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We understand that the breakdown of a marriage can be a very emotional time. Our team of lawyers is on hand to guide you through this difficult period by helping you make informed decisions regarding the legal aspects of a divorce.

This can include issues such as the divorce itself, financial arrangements including division of assets, and arrangements for children.

Our lawyers will work with you in a sympathetic and practical manner to help you complete your divorce so that you can move forward with the next stage of your life. As Resolution accredited lawyers, we are committed to the principle of a constructive resolution of family disputes.

Who Can Get Divorced?

Under the law of England & Wales anyone who has been married for at least one year, where one of the parties is resident in England or Wales for a period of at least one year, can apply for a divorce as long as you can prove that your marriage has irretrievably broken down. There are five situations that can be classed as grounds for divorce:

  • Adultery
  • Unreasonable Behaviour
  • Desertion
  • 2 years separation with consent
  • 5 years separation

Free 30 minute appointment

Our family law department offers an initial 30-minute appointment free of charge. You will meet with one of our lawyers to discuss your situation and based on the discussion we will be able to advise you on the options available to you and how we can help you.

Meet the team

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  • You have been extremely helpful and showed compassion and patience in my situation.
  • Thank you so much for all your help and advice. I have always found you to be so courteous and pleasant. It has been a pleasure to do business with you.
  • We were extremely satisfied with our Solicitor. It made moving house a less stressful experience thanks to her.


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