Divorce and Separation
Divorce and Separation Solicitors
Going through a divorce or separation is never easy. At Bowsers Solicitors, our experienced family lawyers will do all they can to support you in resolving the issues that arise. We are committed to providing exceptional client care, allowing us to work closely with you to identify a workable solution suited to your needs, including those of your family and children.
Divorce Solicitor Near Me
With offices in March and Wisbech that allow us to support clients across Fenland, our specialist divorce and separation solicitors and chartered legal executives have the means to offer quality guidance and industry expertise on various matters, including:
- Financial Arrangements.
- Cohabitation/Unmarried Rights Agreements.
- Child Law.
- Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements.
- Separation Agreements.
- Domestic Violence.
- Civil Partnership Dissolution.
We understand that every case is unique and that, at an already emotional time, you will want the process to be achieved as smoothly, amicably and efficiently as possible.
If you are looking for family law advice, please contact our experienced divorce solicitors and chartered legal executives today on 01945 583194 (Wisbech) or 01354 652606 (March), or email email@example.com. Alternatively, you can fill in our contact form.
March and Wisbech Solicitors
Bowsers Solicitors are local solicitors for the local community. Due to our decades of experience in family and matrimonial law, we have the knowledge, resources and expertise to assist you in your divorce, separation or civil partnership dissolution.
We will always consider all important aspects unique to your case, including your property, finances and children, allowing us to provide informed, bespoke and reliable advice. Ultimately, we will do our utmost to ensure that you are protected and that your children remain the priority, no matter the situation or financial circumstances.
To speak to one of our friendly yet professional family law solicitors and chartered legal executives today, please call 01945 583194 (Wisbech) or 01354 652606 (March), or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, you can fill in our contact form.
Solicitor for No Fault Divorce Near Me
In April 2021, the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020 brought no-fault divorce into law in the UK, eliminating the need to assign blame during the divorce process. Before this change, outdated divorce laws required one partner to accept responsibility for the relationship’s breakdown based on one of the following criteria:
- Unreasonable behaviour.
- Separation for at least two years with consent from both parties.
- Separation for at least five years without consent from both parties.
- Desertion by one party.
No-fault divorce enables couples to initiate divorce proceedings jointly without providing a specific reason for the marriage’s breakdown other than that the relationship has ‘irretrievably’ broken down. Furthermore, contesting a divorce is no longer possible, and the language used has been updated and simplified for accessibility. Our lawyers have embraced this legislative update, as it promotes more amicable proceedings in numerous cases by removing the requirement to place blame.
How We Can Help
At Bowsers Solicitors, our experienced team will guide you through the process as much as you want us to. The earlier you seek legal advice, the easier it will be to determine the level of support you need. Very few divorces are straightforward, and although you should always seek legal advice, here are a few circumstances in which seeking advice is essential:
- If your ex-partner is denying access to your children.
- If you are suffering from financial vulnerability compared to your ex-partner.
- If you have a large number of assets.
- If you are unsure about a fair settlement.
- If you are at risk of domestic violence or homelessness.
For every divorce matter that we work on, we will work using the following points:
- Discuss your options based on your circumstances.
- Explain the process, what needs to be done and when.
- File the necessary forms on your behalf to begin.
- Work with you, your ex-partner and their legal representative to try and reach an agreement without the need to attend court.
- Provide advice and support surrounding where you will live, your children’s arrangements and any other relevant matter.
Accredited Divorce Solicitor
Instructing a trustworthy, reliable and reputable lawyer will be a priority when deciding to separate or divorce. At Bowsers Solicitors, we are proud to work with Resolution and operate under their strict Code of Practice, which promotes constructive negotiation to resolve disputes. Furthermore, Resolution also promotes collaborative law, an innovative route of resolving a dispute without going to court, something that we practice in every case that we work on, intending to reduce the inevitable emotional strain and the financial stress.
Please visit Resolution’s website to learn more about this.
Separation Agreement Solicitor
In some cases, a couple may decide to separate without going through with a divorce. In this case, it is wise to consider and implement a separation agreement. This can be implemented formally or informally and will outline how you and your partner will deal with various matters, including your children, property, business(es) or investments throughout the separation period. Please find out more about this on our dedicated separation agreement page.
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