Our Police Divorce team can help you wherever you are based
Do you need specialist legal advice on your divorce? Are you worried about losing your police pension?
Many family lawyers don’t fully understand police pensions – this is critical as these lawyers often rely on the wrong pension valuation. Your police pension may be your biggest asset. If you’re thinking about divorce, our specialists can help you get the right pension valuation. And making sure you have the right valuation of a police pension can make a huge difference.
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Whatever your Police Divorce or family law issue, we can help – our team cover the full range of family law issues ranging from divorce and children issues to civil partnerships and family mediation. We represent both serving and retired police personnel both locally in Wiltshire, Hampshire, Dorset and Somerset – and throughout England and Wales – from our offices in Salisbury, Andover, Fordingbridge and Amesbury.
FREE Specialist Advice
Our Police Divorce team offer no strings attached FREE 30 minutes legal advice and FREE initial phone advice. So if you’re worried about relationship breakup, we can help you put your mind at rest without the risk of a huge legal bill.
Why choose us for your Police Divorce?
- Our 5 family lawyers have a proven track record in resolving family law problems for serving and retired police personnel like you
- Our team are specialists – unlike many other lawyers, they only help divorce and family law clients and have particular experience of how to deal with police pensions. The team includes specially trained Collaborative Lawyers and jointly qualified Family Lawyers/Mediators
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- We offer a 10% discount to all serving and retired police officers and personnel
- You will benefit from FREE initial phone advice and a FREE 30 minute appointment
- You choose how you want to communicate with us, wherever you live in England and Wales – in personal meetings, using Skype video, or by e-mail and phone