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Divorce & Separation

Divorce & Separation Advice from Farleys Solicitors

Unfortunately, the end of a marriage is rarely as simple as leaving a former partner as there are often various financial considerations to deal with, whether by way of division of the assets acquired during the relationship or the payment of maintenance and other obligations.

Attaining a fair financial settlement is a crucial step in beginning a new chapter in your life, wherever possible, providing you with a clean break to move forward without any ties to the past.

Here at Farleys our specialist Family law team are on hand to support our clients through the entirety of the divorce and financial process as we help them to restore that sense of security that is often lost following the breakdown of a relationship.

Our team of experienced family lawyers are able to assist with divorce and related financial cases of all levels of complexity, including both modest and high asset cases and those involving pensions or businesses. We will always aim to effectively negotiate a fair settlement and will make a conscious effort to minimise the stress caused and to keep any associated costs proportionate to the issues and assets concerned.

 

Contact a Specialist in Divorce & Separation

For further information regarding Divorce & Separation please don’t hesitate to contact Farleys Solicitors on 0333 331 4274, or fill out an online contact form.

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