Whilst the core of our work is advising clients on matters involving their children and finances, it is also necessary to formalise the dissolution of the marriage/relationship through the divorce process itself or formal separation.
The actual mechanism of getting divorced or the implementation of a separation agreement is, essentially, a legalistic and mechanical process. However, our joint legal and psychological approach ensures that we maximise the prospects of achieving the divorce or separation with the least amount of acrimony and upset, and with any dispute involving the children and/or finances being resolved in our clients' favour.
The manner of the dissolution of the marriage/relationship, itself, will dictate the chances of a successful outcome in any subsequent children or financial dispute. Our joint legal and psychological approach avoids the most frequent criticism of family lawyers: that through their aggressive, blaming and legalistic approach, the levels of acrimony between the former spouses/partners are elevated to such a degree that entrenched positions, no consensus and increased legal costs become inevitable.
In certain cases our ability to improve communication and understanding of the underlying dispute, has been so effective that, where appropriate, clients may also get the opportunity to reconcile the relationship or, at least, co-parent and communicate effectively into the future.
The testimonials we receive from our clients reflect this.
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Contact our Divorce Solicitors Guildford and Cobham, Surrey and Central London
Based in Guildford and Cobham, Surrey and Central London, we can help you. If you have a family dispute that needs resolving, we are here to help and look forward to your call. Please click here to contact us, or call us on 01483 826 470