Evans Harvey Solicitors For all aspects of Divorce & Separation
Most family disputes can, however, be resolved without using the courts and we can help you to make suitable arrangements while ensuring that the welfare of the children comes first.
When you separate from each other, you will both continue to be parents. Therefore it is important to make sure that the process of dissolving your marriage or relationship does not stop you being able to co-operate on what is best for your children. A constructive approach through the divorce or separation will lay the best foundations for the children to feel settled with the new family relationship.
You know your children best, so you will be best able to consider the affects of your break up on them and together devise the most suitable living arrangements. We work with parents and children concerning issues such as parental responsibility, contact and residence. and we keep the child's best interests at the centre of our approach and advice. Negotiation is important as agreements reached together are longer lasting and will be respected more by the wider family. Evans Harvey work hard to help you to reach an agreement, when an agreement is reached, no court orders are necessary.
For More information on how Evans Harvey family law solicitors can help you please call and ask to speak to Janet Hutchings head of the family law department.
- Divorce and Separation
- Child Support & Maintenance
- Financial and Property Matters
- Child Arrangements
- Civil Partnership disputes
- Child care and guardianship
Financial & Property Matters
The breakdown of a marriage can be emotionally draining, even more so when attempting to reach a fair financial settlement over the division of family assets. In order to ensure you receive the settlement to which you are entitled it is crucial you seek expert legal advice.More Info
Divorce and Separation
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.More Info