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We know how difficult going through a divorce can be. Speaking to a lawyer can make it all seem very final, but in fact, we will help put your mind at ease. Our divorce lawyers are compassionate and empathetic and will guide you through this emotional and challenging time.
When you are considering separation or divorce, there are certain considerations you will need to take into account, including how it might affect your children, your pension, and your will. Family Law Leeds divorce lawyers have the experience and expertise in these areas to give you the very best guidance and results for you and your family.
One of the most stressful issues surrounding divorce is concerning children. We have the necessary skills to help couples discuss and work through their problems to agree in the future. Divorce is not always the option that everyone wants, but when separating from your partner is inevitable, it is vital to ensure that it is dealt with correctly.
Our divorce lawyers are based in Leeds and serve all surrounding areas. We have handled even the most complex cases, as well as those for high-net-worth individuals, business owners and the self-employed. When you contact us, you will be taken care of solicitors who specialise in divorce and separation arrangements, which can make all the difference to the outcome of your case.
Expert Divorce Lawyers
There are a number of reasons to choose family law Leeds to handle your divorce and associated issues, but it mostly comes down to our expertise and understanding.
We are specialist divorce and family lawyers - We only deal with divorce and associated family law matters which gives us greater insight and experience than other high street firms.
Understanding and empathetic - We will always treat your case with empathy and respect as we understand how much it means to you. It can be difficult for many people to open up about family law difficulties, but we want you to feel comfortable discussing your case with us and do everything we can to put your mind at ease.
Having experience in all elements of family law, including mediation in respect of family law matters, enable our family lawyers to offer the very best family law and divorce advice in Leeds. Get in touch with us today, and we will help you move into the next chapter of your life with efficiency and understanding.
If you need advice or assistance in relation to a separation agreement, Family Law Leeds can help. Our lawyers have years of experience in helping couples from a broad variety of backgrounds to enter into separation agreements, and also in advising clients on their terms. We understand how challenging this time may be for you, and separating from your partner is never easy.
Our specialist family lawyers are empathetic and understanding, and strive to make the process as straightforward as possible for you. To discuss your specific circumstances with a lawyer that can help, call today on 0113 519 0394 or complete our online enquiry form and we will get back to you right away. We look forward to getting you the advice and assistance you need.
A separation agreement is voluntary agreement, entered into by a couple who wish to separate but do not wish to divorce right away. A separation agreement is often used to set out the terms for a period of separation, so that both parties are clear on their obligations and arrangements during this time.
Entering into a separation agreement lets both parties know where they stand, and can make the period of separation more straightforward. It can also make the process of divorce simpler if you decide after the separation that you wish to divorce.
Financial Matters on Separation
Separation agreements can cover a broad range of matters. Typically the include financial arrangements, child care and contact as well as maintenance payments where relevant. Some things you may wish to consider as part of your agreement include;
Living separately - You can set out the terms of your living arrangements, including whether you wish to live your life free from interference from your spouse for a period of time until further notice. This can be useful for both parties as you will have an understanding of boundaries and what is expected during the period of separation.
Child arrangements - If you have children together, or where you have step-children, you can set out in the agreement arrangements for both care and contact with those children. This can be useful not only for you and your partner but for the routine of your children too.
Maintenance payments - You can set out in the agreement where one spouse is required to make maintenance payments to the other. This can be for household upkeep, children or where one spouse is financially reliant on the other. Setting out maintenance payments can also be a useful foundation if you are to subsequently divorce, as you will have an understanding of how much could be expected and sufficient.
Separation agreements play an important role as they put into writing major factors which affect your life. They can give you security, peace of mind and can provide the basis for a divorce in the future with less disruption to your life.
When you deal with us, you know you are dealing with solicitors you can trust. We have vast experience in dealing with divorce cases, as well as other areas of family law, including:
Call today on 0113 519 0394 or complete our online enquiry form and we will get back to you right away.
Contact Family Law Solicitors in Leeds Today
Our team of dedicated family law experts are on hand to deal with any divorce issues you might have. We know how difficult going through divorce can be for you and your family. Our expert team endeavour to provide all our clients with a friendly, professional and reliable experience.
If you have any family law matters you wish to take care of then we suggest you contact us immediately. Speaking to a solicitor early in the divorce process minimises problems and ensures that you get the best outcome for your circumstances.
We ensure the impact on your life is minimal, and in particular disruption to any children under the age of 16 is negligible. If you wish to speak to a member of team today then do not hesitate to contact us.