Divorce & Dissolution

Armstrong Family Law can act for you in relation to:

  • divorce
  • dissolution of civil partnerships and
  • resolving financial disputes as part of a divorce or dissolution.

If you are not married and need advice about a financial dispute between a cohabiting couple, please click here.

Divorce

If your marriage has come to the end of the road, you may decide that you need to divorce.

Armstrong Family Law can provide advice and representation in divorce proceedings. Divorce can be much more complicated than you expect. Armstrong Family Law will guide you through the process and ensure that the paperwork is properly drafted and will not be rejected by the Family Court.

Straightforward undefended divorces are available on a fixed fee basis.  Contact us to find out more by calling 01206 848426 or clicking here.

Armstrong Family Law can advise you on the best way to divorce so that, wherever possible, you can try to minimise the tension between you and your spouse, and thereby achieve an amicable divorce. Most spouses are co-operative; however, if your spouse will not co-operate, Armstrong Family Law can take steps to ensure that you obtain your divorce.

In order to divorce, you need to have to have decided that your marriage has irretrievably broken down. If you are not sure, Armstrong Family Law can still explain all of your options, including the availability of marriage guidance counselling. If you have decided that it’s over, then a divorce may then be possible on one the following grounds:

Armstrong Family Law can help you identify the most appropriate grounds and then advise you how to proceed.

Not sure if your marriage is over? Help is available here from Relate

Read the latest Armstrong Family Law blog about divorce here.

Dissolution of Civil Partnerships

Armstrong Family Law can act for you in dissolution proceedings and can advise you on the best way to do this so that you can try to minimise the tension between you and your civil partner. Straightforward undefended dissolutions are available on a fixed fee basis.

If your civil partnership has irretrievably broken down, you may wish to obtain a dissolution. (Only marriages between a husband and wife can currently be ended by divorce – civil partnerships are terminated by dissolution proceedings, which has the same effect as a divorce).

Armstrong Family Law can provide advice and representation in dissolution proceedings.  Dissolving a civil partnership can be much more complicated than you expect. Armstrong Family Law will guide you through the process and ensure that the paperwork is properly drafted and will not be rejected by the court.

Straightforward undefended dissolutions are available on a fixed fee basis. Cnytact us on 01206 848426 to find out more or click here.

Armstrong Family Law can advise you on the best way to dissolve your civil partnership so that, wherever possible, you can try to minimise the tension between you and your civil partner, and thereby achieve an amicable dissolution. Most civil partners are co-operative; however, if your civil partner will not co-operate, Armstrong Family Law can take steps to ensure that you obtain your dissolution.

In order to dissolve your civil partnership, you need to have to have decided that it has irretrievably broken down. If you are not sure, Armstrong Family Law can still explain all of your options, including the availability of relationship guidance counselling. If you have decided that it’s definitely over, then a dissolution may then be possible on one the following grounds:

(Adultery is not grounds to dissolve a civil partnership, but if your civil partner has been unfaithful, this may be grounds to dissolve the civil partnership on the grounds of unreasonable behaviour). Armstrong Family Law can help you identify the most appropriate grounds and then advise you how to proceed.

Not sure if your civil partnership has broken down? Help is available here from Relate.

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