Divorce & Separation
With offices across Lincolnshire and East Yorkshire, including Lincoln, Grimsby and Hull, our professional and caring solicitors can help.
Divorce & Separation Solicitors
Divorce and Separation
The breakdown of a relationship is never easy. Here at Bridge McFarland LLP, we can guide you through the process of resolving all issues that arise from this. Our highly experienced family law team can advise on all aspects of divorce and separation and are committed to finding a workable solution that is right for you, your children, and your finances.
Divorce Law Solicitors Lincolnshire
Our experienced divorce and separation solicitors can offer guidance and expertise on all divorce and separation matters, including:
- Filing for divorce in correspondence with no fault divorce laws.
- Responding to divorce proceedings in correspondence with no fault divorce laws.
- Civil Partnership Dissolution.
- Separation Agreements.
- Pre-Nuptial and Post-Nuptial Agreements.
- Financial Settlements.
- Arrangements for children, including Children Act claims.
- Divorce Mediation and Collaborative Law.
- Emergency Protection.
Our family and divorce law solicitors are based in Grimsby, Lincoln, Louth and across Lincolnshire and East Yorkshire. Every case is unique, and our specialist family lawyers will be able to advise you at the outset of your case as to the most appropriate way forward for you. We will carefully guide you through the process and are here to help you make decisions that are in your best interests.
We can also offer a Collaborative Law service to resolve matters by way of Alternative Dispute Resolution rather than the Court Process.
If, however, you believe these alternative ways forward are not for you, then we can advise and assist in the Court process for resolving matters on your behalf.
No Fault Divorce Solicitors
In April 2022, new laws surrounding the divorce process were introduced, offering a new way for couples to divorce that removes the need for traditional reasoning to be provided as a reason for the marriage’s breakdown.
Under the new law, couples no longer must give proof of the marriage breakdown; there is no possibility to contest a divorce; it is possible to apply jointly, and the language used has been updated to plain English.
No fault divorce aims to encourage couples to separate and divorce amicably since the requirement to place blame has been removed.
Get in touch with our Family Lawyers today.
Need advice about divorce or separation? Get in touch with any of our offices today or call 0800 987 8800.
Other Legal Services
We can also provide specialist legal advice on other areas of law that may be relevant when dealing with a divorce or separation, such as Wills, Lasting Powers of Attorney, Estate Management, and Conveyancing.
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