Divorce Service offered by Adamir Solicitors in Tottenham, London
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Are you facing the daunting prospect of ending your marriage and seeking a divorce? Look no further – we’re here to help.
Why Choose Us?
- Experience Matters: With years of experience in divorce law, we understand the emotional and legal complexities that come with divorce.
- Easy Eligibility: You can apply for a divorce if you’ve been married for at least one year. We’ll guide you through the process every step of the way.
- Simplified Solutions: We believe in making the law work for you. To help you benefit from the new ‘no-fault’ divorce law, we’re offering an exclusive new fixed fee service. No hidden costs, no surprises!
- Uncontested Divorces: If you’ve received a divorce petition, we specialize in handling uncontested divorces. Our goal is to make the divorce process as smooth as possible, allowing you to move forward with your life.
- Timely Results: While divorce can be emotionally challenging, we aim to provide closure as quickly as possible. Expect your divorce process to take at least 6 months to complete.
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Adamir Solicitors are experts in divorce law situated in London. We specialise in the full range of family legal matters including divorce in the UK and internationally, financial issues and children’s matters. Whatever your situation, we are here to help you.
How we can help?
I think I want to get divorced, but what does this actually mean?
A divorce legally ends your marriage and leaves you free to re-marry.
In order to obtain a divorce, you will have to apply to a Court but it is most unlikely that you will have to go to the Court
I am worried about a Court making decisions about our children?
The Courts prefer that parents sort out arrangements for the children between themselves. Unless there is any specific query about a child’s protection and safety or if a special Application is made by one of the parents, the Court will not become directly involved. Applications to a Court are only necessary when agreement cannot be reached by the parents.
I am in a same sex relationship; does this make a difference to how my separation is dealt with?
No. Same sex relationships which break down are dealt with in exactly same way as married heterosexual couples who are separating, provided that the couple have entered into either a formal Civil Partnership or Marriage. Otherwise, your case will be dealt with in the same way as a separating but unmarried straight couple.
There is violence in my relationship.
We have many years experience in protecting our clients and their children who are suffering from domestic violence. We act immediately to protect clients who find themselves in this very difficult situation. We have links to other support networks, including the police and refuges that can provide you with safe emergency accommodation.
How will our family assets be split?
The way in which a family’s assets are divided on divorce is complex and referable to both the governing legislation and the interpretation of that legislation handed down by the higher Courts. A whole range of factors are taken into account, which include the length of the marriage the financial assets and liabilities of the parties and their children’s needs.