The end of a marriage brings with it many emotions and the legal issues it often presents can often make it feel like a daunting task. Our specialist team offer sympathetic advice is tailored to your specific needs and circumstances as well as representing you throughout the whole process to try and make sure that the whole situation is as stress-free as possible. We can discuss the various options that are available to you and advise which would be the most appropriate in your case, including on issues surrounding children and the division of finances. Contact us today by calling 020 3993 0959 or complete our online enquiry form.
Specialist Divorce Advice, London
Our specialist family solicitors have a wealth of experience in assisting in resolving divorce issues, via traditional methods involving litigation through the courts, as well as alternative methods such as arbitration, collaboration or mediation. Depending on what you wish to achieve and your own personal circumstances, we can advise what the best route to follow to achieve the optimal outcome for you and your family.
Our aim is always to achieve fair and practical solutions for you and your children while minimising stress and animosity. We can advise you an all divorce matters, including:
- Arrangements for children
- Financial arrangements on divorce
- The divorce process
- No-fault divorce
- International divorce
- High net worth divorce
Getting a Divorce in England and Wales
A couple can get a divorce in England and Wales if:
1. They have been married for at least 12 months and;
2. There has been an irretrievable breakdown of the marriage.
To prove the marriage has broken down irretrievably, it must be shown that there has been one of the following five elements:
- Unreasonable behaviour
- Two years' separation with consent
- Five years' separation (without consent )
- Desertion (for a period of at least two years)
Once the court is satisfied that the grounds for divorce have been met, they will pronounce Decree Nisi (a conditional order). This is later followed by the Decree Absolute, which is the final order that formally ends the marriage.
Contact our Divorce Lawyers, London
At Lewis Nedas Law, we regularly support families during relationship breakdowns. We can advise you on all matters relating to divorce, legal separation and ending a civil partnership, financial and property arrangements, issues affecting your children.
We understand these are challenging times and that is why our approach is both sensitive and professional, helping you to get a stress-free and successful resolution to your case, giving you confidence for your future. To discuss your divorce or any other family law matter, fill in our contact form or contact us on 020 3993 0959.