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Mar

The Importance of Dealing with Family Law Matters Amicably

Clients often come to us for initial advice about a divorce expecting the absolute worst.

Think The First Wives Club, Kramer vs. Kramer…… McCartney v Mills.

It is certainly the case that, years ago, some solicitors could turn a straightforward divorce into a full-on warzone, with letters going backwards and forwards at the cost of six minutes per page on an hourly rate basis and the case ultimately being dragged all the way to a final hearing when it should have been settled outside of court.

Thankfully, those days are behind us.

One day, the lawyers will be gone and you will be left facing the future on your own.

Why Do Family Law Solicitors Want an Amicable Divorce?

We do not want our clients to be left in a situation where they are unable to have a sensible discussion with their ex-partner about the children, or where they feel they would rather stay single for the rest of their lives than risk going through a separation ever again.

Resolution and Family Law

For that reason, all of our family law solicitors are members of Resolution which means they follow a Code of Practice that encourages matters to be dealt with amicably and in a non-confrontational manner. Not only does this help keep your costs down, but it also puts you in the best position possible to move on with your life.

For more information about Resolution, please visit their website at www.resolution.org.uk .


If you would like to speak to one of our family law experts about a divorce, please call us on 01245 264494 to arrange a free appointment.

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