You & Your Family

Divorce Solicitors in Ashby de la Zouch & Tamworth

When a relationship breaks down, it may feel like there is an overwhelming amount to consider before legally separating. From finances and assets to children and their emotional wellbeing, you will have significant choices to make about your future. For this reason, it’s vital to seek professional advice from a divorce solicitor before making any decisions. If you are planning on getting a divorce, are in the process of a divorce, or would just like some advice, get in touch with our solicitors in Tamworth or Ashby de la Zouch today for expert advice.

At Fishers Dewes, our team of compassionate divorce lawyers understand that this is a confusing and emotional time for all involved. That’s why we believe that fully understanding your unique situation is paramount in finding the right solution that prioritises your best interests. When you come to Fishers Dewes to discuss your potential separation, a member of our specialist team of divorce solicitors will dedicate their time to finding resolution that meets your needs.

Fishers Dewes offer a fixed fee initial appointment where you can discuss your situation with our expert divorce law solicitor. You will leave the meeting with a clear understanding of your options, the likely costs, and the probable timescales concerned.

Services we offer

  • Divorce
  • Dissolution of civil partnerships
  • Personal protection orders
  • Property matters relating to separation
  • Financial matters relating to separation

Grounds for Divorce

If you and your partner have been married or in a civil partnership for at least a year, you will be eligible for divorce. Your marriage or civil partnership must also be recognised as valid by United Kingdom law. There are, however, certain grounds for divorce that you need to meet in order for you to be eligible. There are five categories in which your reason for divorce must fall under:

  • Adultery
  • Unreasonable Behaviour
  • Desertion
  • Two years separation and an agreement from your partner to divorce
  • Five years separation (in this case, you do not need an agreement.)

Get in touch

Issues and concerns are often much easier to resolve when professional advice is sought at the earliest opportunity. If you would like further information regarding any of our divorce law services or to arrange an initial appointment please contact your nearest office or complete the enquiry form and a member of our team will be in touch.

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