If you are going through a divorce or separation, it can be a painful process for all involved. Working with experienced and knowledgeable divorce solicitors can help to ensure a quick resolution for both sides.
At Clough & Willis our expert team of divorce law solicitors are here to support you during this difficult time. Lee Marston and Marie Whittaker have considerable expertise in handling separation and divorce settlements, can help you negotiate financial and property settlements and navigate potential legal hurdles as smoothly as possible.
The end of a marriage will always be an emotionally challenging time but, when you get in touch with Clough & Willis we will be able to provide compassionate support through every stage of the process with a view to putting all parties involved in the best position to move forward in life.
How we can help
At Clough & Willis our divorce solicitors are experts in helping families navigate the legal issues associated with a breakup as amicably as possible, with a focus on securing the best outcome for all involved.
- Throughout the divorce process we will:
- Explain each step of the legal proceedings and help you understand what you need to do at each stage
- Take instructions to prepare the divorce papers
- Keep you updated and represent your best interests
- Wherever possible help you reach a divorce agreement with your ex-partner without having to go to court.
- Present your case if a court hearing is required to determine the terms of a financial agreement or property settlement or you are seeking a financial provision order
Help you to understand what the Judge can and cannot do in terms of your divorce settlement and explain what the Judge's decision means for you
As such we are ideally placed to provide the support and guidance you need at this testing time and we have particular expertise in dealing with high-value financial provision proceedings and complex child disputes.
By getting in touch with our divorce solicitors we can provide a free or on a fixed fee basis an initial meeting fairly quickly to go over the details of your case and advise you on your next steps.
Divorce or dissolution is the legal process used to end an unhappy marriage or civil partnership. This process is dealt with separately to other issues which could include child custody, financial settlements and the splitting of property and assets.
In order for a divorce or civil partnership order to be granted, you simply need to state that your marriage has irretrievably broken down. The new process for "no fault divorce" was introduced in April 2022.
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At Clough & Willis, we have a great deal of experience in dealing with different types of family matters. Our team of specialist solicitors will provide clear, easy-to-understand advice to guide you through what can be a stressful legal process and will work our hardest to get you the best possible outcome for you