Your challenges are our priority
We understand that family changes can be emotionally challenging. During these difficult times, our commitment is to guide you towards the best possible outcomes. Our empathetic approach and wealth of experience position us as the reliable option for navigating delicate child and family matters, ensuring a seamless process. We’re here to lend an ear and offer assistance without any judgments, fostering a supportive environment throughout.
WALKING ALONGSIDE YOU IN FAMILY CHANGES: COPING WITH BREAK-UPS, SEPARATIONS, AND DIVORCE.
A breakup or divorce can be an incredibly challenging and emotionally charged chapter in life. Regardless of the circumstances surrounding the split—whether anticipated or unexpected—the end of a relationship has the power to shake your world to its core, triggering an array of unsettling and painful emotions.
Even in situations where a relationship has become untenable, the process of divorce or separation can be profoundly distressing. It signifies more than just the dissolution of a partnership; it also marks the loss of shared dreams and commitments. Romantic unions often commence with a surge of excitement and optimism about the future. Consequently, when these relationships falter, we’re left grappling with overwhelming feelings of disappointment, stress, and grief.
NAVIGATING SEPARATION, DIVORCE, AND FAMILY CONFLICTS WITH DEDICATED SUPPORT
Explore All Available Services – We’re by your side to offer guidance and assistance as you navigate the complexities of separation, divorce, child custody arrangements, or the resolution of family conflicts. Our comprehensive offerings include both child and family dispute resolution, tailored to assist parents and couples in managing this intricate process.
Guidance from a Family Lawyer
Supporting Your Children Post Family Break-Up, Separation, or Divorce
Family break-up, separation, or divorce holds significant impact for children. They might experience emotions like hurt, worry, confusion, or anger during this time.
Drawing on our legal expertise, we comprehend the intricacies of these circumstances. Though your relationship has ended, your role as parents remains steadfast.
Co-parenting plays a pivotal role in guiding your children during this challenging time in their lives. Consider these insights:
1. Formulate a Parenting Plan: Clearly outline responsibilities and rights, covering living situations, visitation schedules, finances, education, medical care, and emotional support.
2. Address Disputes: Mitigate ongoing conflicts, recognising their impact on children. Reach out to Family Action’s Advice Line at 0808 802 6666, text 07537 404 282, or email firstname.lastname@example.org for a listening ear.
3. If the strategies mentioned above prove ineffective, don’t hesitate to contact us. We can assist you in obtaining a court order that outlines co-parenting responsibilities.
Remember, nurturing a supportive environment amid change significantly enhances your child’s ability to cope with your divorce and separation.
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Frequently Asked Questions
No, it is no longer a requirement. With the implementation of ‘no-fault divorce’, your divorce can proceed irrespective of your partner’s agreement in most circumstances.
Aristone Solicitors extend this service for a fixed-fee of £1350. This includes the Court fee of £593, and is inclusive of VAT.
The fixed-fee option is available for a divorce-only, provided there are no unforeseen complications. The fixed-fee option will be suitable for those who have reached mutual agreements concerning child arrangements and financial settlement, yet seek the added confidence of a proficient family solicitor to conduct divorce proceedings on their behalf. If you require assistance in formalising the agreement reached regarding the finances, more information on our fees are specified on our rates page.
While not obligatory, many people prefer to have representation, which enables the process to be as stress-free as possible.
We understand that divorce is extremely difficult for everyone involved. We can guide you through the process in a simplistic way, allowing you to focus on what really matters to you, such as any children of the marriage and reaching an agreement on the finances.
You have the option to explore negotiation, collaborative family law to develop a mutually agreeable plan. Should you encounter difficulty reaching consensus regarding decision-making authority for your children or parenting schedules, seeking resolution in court becomes an alternative, where a judge can render a parenting order.
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