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Digby Brown Family Law
Divorce or dissolution of a civil partnership can be a stressful and emotional experience. Each situation is unique and we will provide help and guidance tailored to your circumstances about how you may wish to deal with the challenges ahead.
You will no doubt have lots of questions and many things you will need to work out.
such as arrangements for your home and facilitating both parents to play an active role in children’s lives. You will need to work out who pays for what in the days and weeks after separation.
Divorce does not need to be a battleground. Where possible, Digby Brown aims to help you arrive at a mutually acceptable agreement without going to court. Collaborative Divorce is a process focused on steering couples going through divorce away from the courtroom and towards reaching agreement and resolution in a non-confrontational manner. This website has a dedicated page on Collaborative Divorce which explains why this may be the right approach for you.
Equally, however, we can deal quickly and robustly with issues which require urgent court intervention.
Our specialist divorce solicitors are not here to intrude where we don’t have to - it is your family and your life. We will work with you to give you the right support and the guidance you need.
Digby Brown offer a fixed fee service for an initial meeting. And don’t worry, while some lawyers will say this only entitles you to an hour of time, we fully understand that when you are discussing your most private and important matters, you do not want to be rushed by a clock. We want you to feel comfortable talking to us, so our fixed fee package of £200 plus VAT (Total Payable £240) allows you to take your time and deal with all of the issues relevant to your case.
Please call one of our specialist divorce solicitors on 0333 200 5925 or fill in our enquiry form and we will be in touch shortly.
Divorce or dissolution of a civil partnership can be a stressful and emotional experience.
We will provide help and guidance tailored to your circumstances about how you may wish to deal with the challenges ahead.
The collaborative process recognises that a painful, high conflict divorce can have long-term damaging repercussions for you, your family and wider friends.
Collaborative law steers you away from court.
A prenuptial agreement is a legal document that can protect your interests and assets before you enter into a marriage or into a civil partnership so that, in the event of a divorce, the agreement can be used to help settle any future disputes over who is entitled to what.
Moving in together can be an exciting time. As more and more couples take this step, a cohabitation agreement can be essential to protect assets and regulate who pays for what over the course of the relationship.
The legal position is often much less clear cut than divorce and strict time limits apply to bringing any claim arising from the end of a cohabiting relationship, so it is important to get legal advice at the earliest possible stage.
"In addition to explaining the legal position, etc., in a in a clear and concise way, Roger's real value-add to me has been the emotional empathy and insight he has shown throughout what has been a difficult time for me."
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