Deciding on whether or not you would like a divorce can be one of the most difficult and stressful situations that you find yourself in. If you have been married for many years and there are children involved then this can make the decision even harder. It is important to try and save your marriage where possible, however in many cases it is better for the couple to separate on amicable terms than to continue to live together. In the long run it can be beneficial for everyone involved. Here at Prentice Family Law our divorce solicitors in Weybridge can help you by providing our extensive knowledge and expertise in dealing with a wide range of complicated family issues. You can book a free initial consultation and discuss your concerns in confidence. We are bound by a duty of confidentiality so you can rest assured that we are the best place to begin, even if you have not discussed your decision with your partner. Together we can help you make the right decision for you and your loved ones.

We will inform you of the services that we offer, the likely costs of the divorce and how we can represent you in court if necessary. Strictly speaking you are not required to instruct a solicitor, however the help of our highly experienced divorce solicitors in Weybridge will prove beneficial throughout, making sure that you are aware of your rights and responsibilities and reducing the stress and complications that are associated with this sensitive matter.

Experienced divorce solicitors

At Prentice Family Law our divorce solicitors in Weybridge have extensive legal training and experience in family law. We are an expert team of family lawyers and by visiting our website you can read our five star reviews. We can help you with initiating and responding to no-fault divorce proceedings. The application process itself may be much more simple than it has been for previous generations, however there are many factors that need to be discussed and agreed upon beforehand and once the application has been submitted. Financial ties and obligations are a complex factor in any divorce process even when there is an amicable separation. We will be able to provide you with professional help separating finances where one or both of you own a business, property, have a large pension, depend financially on the other or have children who depend on you financially. We will also help find out and calculate spousal maintenance where applicable.

If you are finding it difficult to come to an agreement, we will advise that you seek mediation and if you cannot come to an agreement at all then the court may have to make a financial order. This means that the court will decide how your assets are split. This may not always work to your favour, so it is important that our divorce solicitors are involved from the outset to help achieve the best possible outcome for you and your loved ones with regard to your divorce. Speak to us at Prentice Family Law today to find out more.