Our well respected divorce solicitors work out of offices in Dorset and Wiltshire and can offer expert legal assistance if you're considering divorce or separation.
Mr S – Somerton
What a breath of fresh air! Completely different to the negative experience we had encountered previously. Sarah Jones took the time to listen to us both without bias. Although as parents we couldn’t agree on everything, with Sarah’s help we accepted the fact that there was no perfect scenario in a break up involving kids. Compromise is needed, in contrast to the negatives a court case brings, we were encouraged to think about the positives each of us had to offer our child and we worked together to come to an arrangement that best suited all of us.
Divorce or separation from a partner is a life-altering experience. Our specialist divorce solicitors are aware of the stress and hardships you may be experiencing and are available to support and assist you throughout the process.
If your relationship has broken down and you are thinking about separation and the next step to take, it is helpful to get legal advice as soon as possible so that you know what your options are. If you have children, you will want to know how to make the right decisions for them and you will want to know how your home, possessions and finances might be impacted.
From there, whatever you decide to do it is natural to have lots of questions about the process. Farnfields specialist divorce solicitors can help make the process easier, providing expert advice and ensuring that your best interests are placed at the forefront during and following the divorce or separation. Our solicitors will answer all the questions you have, clearly explaining the process and what to expect.
Separating or getting a divorce/dissolution can sometimes feel like a lonely process but with Farnfields, you will gain the reassurance of having a sympathetic expert on your side to make things easier. We will do all we can to ensure that the process runs as quickly and simply as possible so that you can start planning for the future.
We offer a free 30-minute consultation to discuss your options and will explain the costs and timescales involved upfront so you always know what to expect. Click here for information about these appointments.
If you have already instructed a solicitor, we can offer mediation services to you and your partner. We cannot offer mediation if you have instructed us to act for you regarding relationship breakdown.
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