For some, the marriage may not be a happy experience and they may decide to end it. It is always the most difficult situation that one has been put under to make such a life changing decision.
It is common for some family members and friends to provide you advice which is not always beneficial to you and your family. As such, if you are not sure whether you are making the correct choice which is right for you and your family, you may be able to speak to someone who is an impartial third person before you make a final decision. In those circumstances you can contact a Mediator to assist you to communicate better with one another and reach your own agreed and informed decisions typically relating to some, or all, of the issues relating to separation; divorce; children; finance or property by negotiation. You can find details of Mediators and the services provide by them by clicking the following link.
There are circumstances where you may decide to end the marriage as you believe that the relationship has reached the point of no return. However, the prospect of divorce action can be daunting, but the process need not be difficult with the right professional advice.
Lawyers at Jay Visva Solicitors are there to guide you through the process, steer you clear of the legal pitfalls and offer sensitive but independent advice. As a divorce can raise sensitive and personal issues it is vital to choose a solicitor who makes you feel comfortable. Our Lawyers are approachable and through our advice you will feel you understand.
It is our responsibility to:
- Explain the divorce process to you;
- Start the divorce action for you; and
- Once it is underway, keep you informed of any developments.
We will also send you copies of any significant letters that we receive relating to your divorce. We will also give you regular updates on the progress of the case, and details of any costs involved.
If you are at risk from domestic abuse at any stage, we will make it a priority to discuss all possible ways of keeping you and your children safe.
Property and other issues
As we are under a professional duty to resolve issues out of court if possible, we will endeavour to resolve disagreements relating to money, property and/or children outside the court. It is usually in the interests of both you and your husband or wife to cooperate with this aim. We will also explain the alternatives to court action, such as mediation.
If you wish to discuss any aspect of your family law matter with us you can call or email us for further details.