As the festive season draws to a close many will reflect on a wonderful and happy time and greet the new year with anticipation. However, for some, where couples have been struggling through the year with underlying tensions the additional pressures of expenditure, dealing with relatives and the increased time spent in each other’s company become too much. Instead of light hearted New Year resolutions we may take a good hard look at what we want for ourselves and our families and plans become intense.
In this digital world there is no shortage of information about what we could do if we want to split from a partner, but more often than not the many and varied options may simply cause more confusion.
This is where our experienced team at Spectrum Family Law can assist. We offer the specialist advice needed to help you decide how to approach the future. By outlining the options available in a variety of scenarios you are able to make an informed decision. The first visit to a lawyer in the midst of relationship/family breakdown can be daunting which is why we offer our initial meeting at a discounted rate and without strict time boundaries. The more we can glean from our clients in the first meeting the better able we are to lay out the choices and the possible cost of each course of action.
We actively encourage reaching agreement without the court process but equally where we assess the client’s needs are best met with court action we will prepare the client for what lies ahead and the likely expense. Achieving a settlement is always encouraged whatever the process being followed but this requires both parties to want to settle and be willing to compromise, but not to roll over and give in!!
Divorce and resolving related issues such as money matters and arrangements for children represent only part of our expertise. Whether married, unmarried or in civil partnerships we can assist;
For more information please contact Spectrum Family Law on 01279 799598 or email email@example.com
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