We are a family law team with offices in Oakham, Rutland who can support, advise and act for you whether you are married, unmarried or in a civil partnership, or if you are a family member – perhaps a parent, sister, brother or grandparent – watching someone go through it.
Every family is different – and recognising that as we work to achieve your best outcome is one of our key guiding principles. Having said that, there is a lot of information that applies in many situations. We have taken key points about divorce, separation, and cohabiting and included it here for your quick reference.
When you are facing a divorce or separation, it can seem like a very lonely place – you might feel isolated, anxious about immediate challenges such as raising funds, and worried about what your future might bring. If you have children, you’re bound to be concerned, too, about maintaining the best environment possible for them.
A Dignified Divorce is Possible
The collaborative process is an alternative to the traditional method that couples often adopt when separating. It presents an opportunity for couples to work through issues arising out of their separation together, whether they relate to money or children.