Divorce is more than just a legal process; it's a major chapter in your life that can bring about emotional and practical changes. At Switalskis, we have a specialised team who are experts in handling divorces.
We know the complexities involved and aim to make the legalities as straightforward as possible for you. This means breaking down the legal jargon into plain, easy-to-understand English and keeping you informed at every step.
Going through a divorce can feel confusing and upsetting, but you're not alone. At Switalskis, we're not just sharp legal minds; we're empathetic people who understand the emotional toll this may take on you.
Our team is committed to guiding you through every twist and turn. We'll explain your rights and options in the divorce process, tailoring our advice to fit your unique situation. We focus on answering all of your questions and addressing your needs, making the journey less daunting.
Many of our solicitors are members of Resolution, an esteemed network of family law specialists. This means you can count on us to provide top-quality, current and thoroughly professional advice. We're experienced with all the complexities of divorce, so we're fully prepared to offer the counsel that you need.
Divorce is the legal ending of a marriage. It's the official way to say that two people are no longer married and can go their separate ways. After a divorce, both people are free to remarry if they wish to.
Going through a divorce involves a legal process. Usually, you'll need to fill out paperwork. You might also have to resolve issues such as property and finances, and arrangements for any children. These decisions can be complicated and sometimes emotional.
While a divorce is often a tough time for everyone involved, it's also a way for people to start fresh. Once the divorce is final, both people can move on and make new plans for the future. Sometimes this is the best option if the marriage isn't working for one or both parties.
At Switalskis, we're committed to making each step of the process as straightforward and stress-free as possible. We're with you all the way, making sure you're well-informed at every turn.
These days, you can find cheap ways to get a divorce online. But it's worth knowing that such services usually just sort out the paperwork. They don't give advice, leaving you to make big decisions on your own.
Ending a marriage isn't straightforward, especially if children, a home, shared money, or pensions are involved. Even if both sides agree on the divorce, sorting out such additional issues is not always easy.
Our family law team knows its stuff. They've helped resolve even the toughest divorces. They can help you think about what you'll need in the future and make sure you get a fair deal.
If children are involved in your divorce, figuring out their care arrangements can be stressful. Our divorce solicitors can help resolves these disputes. We'll aim to find the best solution possible. If we have to go to court, we can represent you there too.
Every divorce is different, so the end results can vary.
Sorting out money usually happens while the divorce is going on. You can work this out through talks with your ex-spouse or with help from your lawyers. We suggest putting any arrangements into a legal document, approved by the court, called a consent order. If you can't agree, discuss with your lawyer about seeking further assistance from the court.
Getting the right advice from a divorce solicitor can save you money and stress later on. If you don't sort things out properly from the start, you could face difficulties later on.
The point of getting divorced is to move on and make a fresh start, so it makes sense to get it right the first time.
Every divorce is different, so the cost will depend on your situation. We understand that you may be worried about money, so we offer set prices for some divorce services. After our initial meeting, we’ll let you know the costs involved. To find out how much your divorce might cost, just give us a call to set up a first meeting.
The time it takes to get divorced can also vary. If both you and your spouse agree on everything, it could be done in as little as six months. But if there are disagreements or complications, it could take longer. At our first meeting, we can give you a rough idea of how long it might take.
If you're considering divorce and want expert advice tailored to your needs, chat with our team today. You can call us on 0800 138 0458 or send us a message through our website.