Family Law

Family Law Divorce Specialists

Divorce is the legal process of ending a marriage in the United Kingdom. It can be a very difficult and stressful time for all involved, so it is important to seek professional help and advice if you are considering divorce.

There are a number of reasons why people may choose to divorce, such as infidelity, financial problems or simply falling out of love. If you are considering divorce, it is important to speak to a solicitor to find out what your options are and whether you meet the grounds for divorce.

The process of divorce can be complex, so it is important to have experienced professionals on your side to guide you through the process. At Prime Legal Solicitors , we can help youy each step of the way.

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Financial arrangements

During divorce can be complex, so it is important to seek professional help and advice if you are considering divorce. At Prime Legal Solicitors , we can help you understand your options and protect your interests throughout the divorce process. Contact us today to find out more.

divorce can be a difficult and stressful time for all involved, so it is important to seek professional help and advice if you are considering divorce. This is especially true when it comes to financial arrangements, as divorce can have a significant impact on your finances.

There are a number of different financial arrangements that may need to be made during divorce, such as child support payments, spousal support payments and the division of assets. It is important to speak to a solicitor to find out what your options are and how to best protect your interests.

Domestic Violence

If you are considering divorce due to domestic violence, it is important to speak to a solicitor to find out what your options are and how to best protect yourself and your family. The process of divorce can be complex, so it is important to have experienced professionals on your side to guide you through the process.

At Prime Legal Solicitors , we can help you divorce your partner and protect your interests, ensuring that the process is as smooth and stress-free as possible. Contact us today to find out more.

Occupation orders

An occupation order is a court order that gives one person the right to live in the family home, even if they are not the legal owner. This can be useful if you are experiencing domestic violence and need to leave the family home, or if your ex-partner has been violent towards you and you want them to leave.

If you are considering applying for an occupation order, it is important to speak to a solicitor to find out what your options are and how to best protect your interests. The process of applying for an occupation order can be complex, so it is important to have experienced professionals on your side to guide you through the process.

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Contact us at Prime Legal Solicitors today at info@primelegalsolicitors.co.uk or 01706 644144 for more information so we can help you.

Non-molestation orders

A non-molestation order is a court order that protects you from being harassed, threatened or abused by your partner or ex-partner. This can be useful if you are experiencing domestic violence and need to protect yourself from your partner.

If you are experiencing domestic abuse, you may be able to get a non-molestation order

A non-molestation order is a court order that can protect you from:

  • violence
  • harassment
  • intimidation
  • it can also stop the abuser from coming near your home or work

If the abuser disobeys the order, they can be arrested and sent to prison.

You can apply for a non-molestation order if you are married to, in a civil partnership with, or have been cohabiting with the abuser. You can also apply if you are related to the abuser, or if there has been violence or threats of violence between you in the past.

If you have a child with the abuser, you can apply for a non-molestation order on behalf of your child.

You can get a non-molestation order even if you do not live with the abuser.

You can apply for a non-molestation order by going to your local court.

You will need to fill in a form and give the court some information about what has happened. The court will then decide whether or not to grant the order.

If you are granted a non-molestation order, it will last for a set period of time. The order can be renewed if necessary.

If you need help to fill in the form or want more information about non-molestation orders, you can contact Prime Legal Solicitors who specialise in family law.

Child Arrangements

When a marriage or relationship breaks down, it is often the children who suffer the most. The process of divorce can be emotionally and mentally draining for all involved, but it is important to remember that the needs of the children should always come first.

There are a number of solicitors who specialise in family law and can offer advice and support on child arrangements during a divorce. They will be able to help you come to an agreement that is in the best interests of your child, and which takes into account their wishes and feelings.

It is important to remember that child arrangements are not set in stone, and they can be changed at any time if both parents agree. However, if there is disagreement over child arrangements, then the court may need to get involved in order to make a decision.

If you are going through a divorce and have children, then it is important to seek professional advice in order to ensure that their needs are always put first. child solicitors can provide you with the support and guidance you need to make sure that your child’s best interests are always at the forefront of any decisions made.

Contact us at Prime Legal Solicitors today at info@primelegalsolicitors.co.uk or 01706 644144 for more information so we can help you.

Cohabitation

Cohabitation rules are different if you live with someone but are not married to them or in a civil partnership.

There is no such thing as common law marriage, so you do not have the same rights as married couples or civil partners if you live together.

This can sometimes cause problems if you split up, as there is no legal process for dividing up your property or finances.

If you are cohabiting and want to protect yourself financially, you can enter into a cohabitation agreement. This is a legally binding agreement that sets out how you will share your property and finances if you split up.

A cohabitation agreement can cover things like:

  • who owns what
  • how you will pay the mortgage or rent
  • what will happen to the family home if you split up
  • how you will divide your savings and debts
  • what will happen to your possessions
  • how you will support any children you have

It is important to seek legal advice before entering into a cohabitation agreement, as it is a complex legal document. solicitors who specialise in family law will be able to advise you on whether a cohabitation agreement is right for you, and can help you draft an agreement that meets your needs.

If you are cohabiting and have any questions about your rights or want more information about cohabitation agreements, then please contact us at Prime Legal Solicitors. We can provide you with the advice and support you need to protect your interests.

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