With the use of technology increasing and fewer people needing human interactions to undertake complex tasks, it is easy to assume that when it comes to divorcing your partner in the UK, the process must at least be somewhat easier than it was 10 years ago, right?

Unfortunately, it isn’t. And if you are looking to legally separate from your partner, you are going to need legal guidance to ensure that the process is as straightforward as possible.

When you seek advice from our divorce solicitors in Weybridge, we will always aim to take as much off of your shoulders as we can. Our team at Prentice Family Law has extensive experience in handling divorces and will always be happy to help guide you through yours.

But, with that in mind, you may be wondering what our divorce solicitors in Weybridge can do for you. Read on to find out.

Offering advice

When it comes to divorcing your spouse, you are going to need advice, and our divorce solicitors in Weybridge will be able to offer you customised advice targeted to your specific case. This may include information about the legal process of getting a divorce, including the required steps and any deadlines that must be met. We can also offer advice on how to reach a settlement with your spouse, including negotiation strategies and options for alternative dispute resolution, such as mediation or arbitration.

Help with child custody

In the UK, the welfare of the child is the most important consideration when determining child custody arrangements following a divorce. The court will try to reach a decision that is in the best interests of your child or children, taking into account a variety of factors such as the children’s age, relationship with each parent, overall welfare, and any risks to their health or safety.

This is a very emotive issue, and our team at Prentice Family Law will aim to ensure that you have legal access to your child.


Mediation is a legal requirement in the UK, whether you are going through a traditional or no-fault divorce, and it is seen as a way of reaching an amicable conclusion.

We can help you in preparing for mediation by gathering relevant documents, identifying issues to be addressed, and setting clear goals for the mediation process.


There is a lot of paperwork when it comes to divorce, and our team will be able to help with the completion of the divorce petition, statement of arrangements for children, financial disclosure forms, decree nisi and decree absolute. Many of these documents have strict time constraints, and we will ensure that they are completed and submitted on time to move the process along without any delays.

Court representation

A divorce will rarely need to go to court, as our team will always aim to keep it outside of this setting. But, if your divorce does go to court, we will defend you and ensure that you receive any assets you are entitled to.