I would unreservedly recommend Shabana Walayat to anyone seeking help with childcare arrangements after separation/divorce or the matter of relocation. For what was a traumatic time in my life, Shabana gave me reassurance and handled my case with great expertise. I felt she was in charge of the situation throughout. She helped me gain a clear picture of the legal procedures and it’s terminology. Shabana and her team always responded to my requests quickly and kept me in the loop of the ongoing developments. Her approach to her work as a lawyer I experienced as both – compassionate and highly professional.
And that I am truly thankful for. Juliana Marx.
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If you are considering a divorce or separation from your partner, Shortlands family lawyers are trained in achieving the best result quickly and with as little confrontation as possible. We work with you to identify the fact that you need to rely upon and apply only those terms that work best for you.
One of the main challenges you may face is getting your partner to agree to the divorce and the reasons stated. Our experts follow the family law protocol as cited by Resolution to ensure that agreement is reached at the outset to avoid escalated costs, delay and stress. If an agreement is impossible then we ensure that your case is presented before the court in the strongest terms to avoid complications and early settlement
Want to find out how our divorce and family solicitors can help you? Give us a call on 020 7629 9905 or email us on email@example.com to book an inital consultation.
In the consultation we will discuss your needs and we will strategy a plan of action that will make this process as smooth and stress free as possible.
A family law solicitor handles issues requiring legal intervention or advice relating to the family, such as divorce, adoption and fostering or probate. They provide expert advice, arrange mediation, oversee paperwork and support the client and provide input into any associated court cases.
Every UK family solicitor law firm will have its own schedule of costs that you can request when you first get in touch with them. Costs will be based on the level of expertise of your allocated solicitor, their time and resources spent on your case and any additional expenses that come up as the case progresses.
Legal Aid is usually granted to people who would not otherwise be able to afford legal fees to pay for expert representation in court. It is only granted after a set of specific circumstances and assurances are met.
Many family law firms offer online consultations, particularly since the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic which has increased the scope of remote services for many sectors across the UK, including law. Speak to your family solicitor to find out how they operate online.
The first thing to do when contemplating divorce is to engage the services of a good family law solicitor. Next, make sure you have all relevant financial information to hand and have given serious consideration to access, living arrangements and finances pertaining to any children, minors or vulnerable people who may be involved.
No. You are able to divorce in the UK as long as you or your spouse have been resident here for at least one year before starting your case, or you and your spouse are domiciled in the UK.
– A divorce petition
– Original Marriage Certificate, with translation if appropriate
– A fee
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