Outstanding legal advice is absolutely essential when you are considering a divorce lawyers in Guildford and here at Gregorian Emerson Family Law Solicitors, we pride ourselves on providing you with expert legal advice using our unique psychological approach and in depth analysis to fully understand your dispute.
You may feel completely overwhelmed when faced with a new and unplanned future. It is also completely normal to find yourself experiencing many unfamiliar emotions whilst going through the process of resolving your separation or divorce. One of the most common we encounter, is a fear of uncertainty for the future, along with the concern surrounding the involvement of lawyers, judges and court proceedings, with which most people do not have any experience and are not familiar with. As experienced, friendly and reputable divorce lawyers in Guildford, we will be with you every step of the way and guiding you throughout the process. We are here to answer any questions or queries you will inevitably have and will always do our absolute best to allay any fears you may have. Our testimonials speak for themselves.
For some people separation or divorce can be a positive experience of growth and change and a real chance to develop into a new person post relationship, but for others it can seem frightening, overwhelming and bewildering. Most people will experience this as a time of tremendous stress, disruption, chaos and uncertainty. With our unique psychological approach from our knowledgeable team, we will work with you to help alleviate your concerns and guide you towards a satisfactory conclusion. We are always on hand to help you navigate through your process and will always explain everything to you in easy to understand language and terms and make sure you are fully aware of ALL options open to you at every step of the way. You will never have to make a decision without all the ramifications of that decision, maybe not now maybe years down the road, fully explained to you so you know exactly where you stand.
Starting with mediation we can discuss all aspects of your separation/divorce and advise you, with a view to reducing conflict and enabling your family to stay in control of arrangements over children, property and finance, instead of handing it over to courts.
When we look to mediation we always ensure that YOU will be making your arrangements to suit your own personal and individual family circumstances. Things that you may wish to discuss include:
- How best to divide property and assets.
- Arranging finances.
- Negotiating pension rights.
- How you can co-parent when there are children involved.
- How to move forward from here.
Mediation can be a much gentler, kinder, quicker and more cost-effective way to settle things than heading straight off to divorce courts in the UK. It can also help your post divorce relationship if we can help equip you both with the skills and techniques rquired to enable you both to communicate effectively with each other, both now whilst going through a divorce, but also afterwards, especially where there are children involved and thus a need to communicate into the future.
In a small number of cases mediation will be unsuccessful. We will be there if this affects your case, to help and advise you on all aspects of both the legal and financial issues of separation and divorce, along with issues such as cohabitation, child welfare, leave to remove (also known as LTR or child relocation cases) and adoption. Rest assured as pre-eminent divorce lawyers Guildford you are in the very best hands.
Whatever situation you are currently contending with, it’s reassuring to know you’ve got the very best in legal expertise, combined with psychological understanding, to maximise your chances of a successful outcome, whether that be in reaching agreements, mediation, or litigation and supporting you throughout the process.
Whatever your query or concern, we are here to help and with our expertise as divorce lawyer Guildford, you can count on us to help you reach a conclusion.
Need expert divorce law advice? Call us today on 01483 826 470