Divorce & Separation
At Fosters we understand that going through a divorce or separation can be stressful and emotional.
The legal process associated with the breakdown of a relationship can appear complicated to most people during what is already a difficult point in one's life. With the largest Family Law practice in Norfolk, Fosters has many years' experience providing sensible advice in relation to separation and divorce, where necessary taking robust action.
What We Can Do For You
Our specialist legal team can provide you with clear, sound and practical advice in relation to all consequences of separation including the following key areas:
- Civil partnership dissolution;
- Financial arrangements - when a marriage breaks down (ancillary relief);
- Financial arrangements - when unmarried couples separate;
- Arrangements for any children of the family;
- Issues of domestic abuse within failing relationships;
- Separation agreements;
- Prenuptial agreements.
To talk to us in complete confidence, please telephone number below and ask to speak to one of our Family Lawyers. Alternatively, you can email us.
For emergency, out of office hours advice, telephone 07775 947944.
Divorce & Separation Frequently Asked Questions
- When Can I Petition The Court To Commence Divorce Proceedings Or Civil Partnership Dissolution?
- How Long Does A Divorce Or Civil Partnership Dissolution Take To Conclude?
- What Do The Terms "Petitioner" And "Respondent" Mean?
- Do We Have To Get A Divorce Now That We Have Decided To Separate?
- Do I Have To Attend At Court During The Divorce Or Civil Partnership Dissolution?
- See more Frequently Asked Questions...
Fosters Solicitors Team of Family Lawyers have a wealth of experience and knowledge to assist you in relation to any legal query or matter you may have. Call us on 01603 620508 or complete our online enquiry form and a member of the department will be in touch very soon.
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