Divorce, Separation and Financial Settlement
“Thank you to you for all your advice and guidance throughout this process. You’ve made it all a lot less painful than it could have been, and I really appreciate that.”Client, 2023
Clear, robust guidance
Our clients require expert, strategic advice so that they know where they stand, from lawyers who will negotiate strongly on their behalf and protect their interests throughout the process.
Our family law experts will negotiate strongly on your behalf protecting your interests throughout the divorce and separation process. We understand the pressures you will be under, the discretion required and will guide you through each step of the divorce, separation and financial settlement. Should there be other jurisdictions involved, we will ensure that the steps are taken, to consider what the most appropriate jurisdiction would be for your matter.
From the initial meeting, you will receive clear advice, tailored to the issues in your case. This will include the process of divorce, separation, and financial settlement. You will also receive advice on your financial settlement, including what the impact will be on you and any children. Your lawyer will explain to you the options available to you to resolve your matter and the cost involved.Our family team includes specialists who can advise on all aspects of this stressful process with your dignity in mind. They work closely with Wilsons' well-known Tax & Trusts team to ensure the solution is structured with each client's future plans in mind, in a tax-efficient way.
As members of Resolution, we are proud of our commitment to resolving matters in a non-confrontational manner wherever possible. This is especially important when there are children involved, to maintain the relationship with the other party. When family court proceedings offer the only solution, we will support you with discretion and sensitivity, with a commitment to ethical, robust litigation when necessary. Our family law solicitors have an excellent track record in court, having been involved in reported cases, at the forefront of family law.