This is one of the most common questions I am asked when a relationship breaks down. In most cases, it’s preferable to stay in the family home whilst resolving issues, particularly financial issues, following the breakdown of a relationship.

The key to ensuring early resolution is to try to give the solicitor you instruct as much information as possible. Do remember however, that this information has to be legitimately obtained. It’s not possible to rely on information that’s been illicitly acquired from your spouse’s confidential papers or emails. Even though it might not be possible to identify all of your spouses’ assets, a general picture allows us to provide you with realistic advice at the earliest possible stage so that you can positively move on to the next chapter in your life.

The most cost effective way of doing this is by arranging a Case Management Meeting with one of the Family law team members here at Farleys. For an all-inclusive fee of £250 including VAT  you will be provided  with up to an hour of legal advice and a written case plan, allowing you to make an informed choice and most importantly to move forward without any hidden or unexpected costs to bear

Since January, we have continued to see a rise in the number of clients taking up the opportunity to arrange a Case Management Meeting. As such, we have extended this facility to allow us to continue to help clients across the North West obtain the best possible advice following the breakdown of their relationship.

For more information on Case Management Meetings, or any other family law issue that you and your family may be facing, please contact a member of our dedicated family law team on 0845 287 0939. Alternatively you can complete an online enquiry form and a member of the team will get back to you.