Singer / songwriter Adele’s separation – prioritising child arrangements
Recently, representatives for singer / songwriter Adele, confirmed that she and her husband, Simon Konecki, have separated after three years of marriage. Adele and Simon had been together for eight years and media speculation has been rife about their upcoming divorce proceedings.
Away from the media coverage, one key part of the announcement is that Adele and Simon are ‘committed to raising their son together lovingly.’ The importance of prioritising the children of a relationship is one that will resonate with all separating parents.
At Farnfields, if your relationship has broken down, we work with you to identify the best approach to enable you to prioritise your children whilst navigating any disagreements with your partner. We work hard to ensure that the separation and divorce process runs as quickly and simply as possible so that you can start planning your future. Your options include exploring how mediation or collaborative law might avoid more costly court proceedings.
The most important thing to remember is that divorce proceedings and arrangements for children do not have to become inevitably acrimonious. The family department at Farnfields provides sympathetic legal advice to ensure that the practical implications of any family law issues are dealt with properly.
We offer a free, initial, over-the-phone chat or free half hour meeting with one of our experts so it won’t cost you a penny to find out how we can help. In addition, we’ll explain the costs and timescales involved up front so you always know what to expect.
Contact us today if you are looking for an experienced family solicitor who will provide confidential and friendly advice.
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