Coming to terms with the reality that you are getting divorced is tough and those early days often feel like being on a rollercoaster. Getting through each day can be a challenge, never mind deciding what practical steps you need to take. We’ve simplified the process for you by setting out the answers to 6 of the most common questions people have when they are first faced with the prospect of divorce.
It is always preferable to resolve the child arrangements and the division of assets amicably.
It is often a more cost-effective way to divorce, as well as minimising the stress and disruption that an acrimonious separation can cause. We are always supportive of clients who want to achieve an amicable settlement.
Taking the first step of getting legal advice when a relationship ends can be very daunting. At Harrogate Family Law we understand how hard it can be to come in and meet with a solicitor. These are some of the worries that people have told us they had:
The decision to divorce is not an easy one and it can feel like a very lonely time. It is important to make sure you have the right support in place to help you come to terms it so that you can look to the future. Here at Harrogate Family Law we have a team of compassionate solicitors who understand what you are going through and are here to help. Below we have compiled some guidance to help you.
Divorce is a very difficult time for anyone and you need to have the best legal support on you side. Here are some helpful things you need to know:
Most people think about divorce costs in terms of legal fees and the expenses involved in selling the family home but there are a number of hidden costs that can hit you hard if you are unprepared.
There’s a general assumption that hiring a family law expert is expensive and there’s always somebody who knows someone who has a horror story about how much their divorce solicitor cost.
When you are preparing for divorce the things you do in the first few weeks can have a huge impact on your financial future. That’s why it’s important to take advice before you make any decisions that could affect your long term position.