Divorce Legal Experts

We know that dealing with the end of a marriage by a divorce or separation can be very upsetting. We’re here to help you navigate the process and support you to make decisions that are right for you.

WHERE WE COME IN

We know that dealing with the end of a marriage by a divorce or separation can be very upsetting. We’re here to help you navigate the process and support you to make decisions that are right for you.

Where we come in

If you’re thinking about ending your marriage, it’s a good idea to get legal advice as early as possible so you know what your options are. Sorting finances, living arrangements, children and other things can feel overwhelming but we’re here to give you practical advice so that you can take it one step at a time.
 When going through a divorce, the children always need to be remembered – we’ll help you to carry on with your responsibilities as a parent, whilst going through this process.
 

Reasons for divorce

Currently the only way to legally end a marriage is to prove that it has broken down by one of these five reasons:

We know that it’s not an easy thing to look at the options and work out which apply to your situation – but with our years’ of experience, we can sensitively talk these through with you and help to bring clarity to what you’re facing.

 

What to do next

In some areas of family law, we offer an introductory meeting with a member of our legal team. This meeting is free and designed for you to get to know our firm, your solicitor and to discuss your case. By completing this initial meeting you can make an informed choice about how you want to move forward to get the best results including ; 

 

Legal Aid Funding

GloverPriest unfortunately are unable to support legal aid funded cases. 
It is worth noting that from 1st April 2013 changes to Legal Aid Funding for people going through divorce or separation has changed. Under the new rules Legal Aid is now limited to low income applicants (on benefits or means tested) but only if their situation falls into one of the following categories

In some areas of family law, we offer an introductory meeting with a member of our legal team. This meeting is free and designed for you to get to know our firm, your solicitor and to discuss your case. By completing this initial meeting, you can make an informed choice about how you want to move forward to get the best results.

This initial meeting is up to 30 minutes long and free of charge. This meeting is not designed to offer advice. If specific advice is required and you’d like to continue past the 30 minutes, please let your solicitor know and you may be able to carry on into a more detailed consultation. This time will be chargeable, but your solicitor will tell you how much it will be.

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