If your marriage, civil partnership or relationship is breaking up and you need expert legal advice on divorce or any other aspect of family law, we have the specialist, local legal expertise to help you.
Our Divorce and Family team is the largest locally. With offices in Salisbury, Andover, Amesbury and now Fordingbridge [following our merger in October 2017 with Fordingbridge Solicitors, Jacksons], we have the specialist knowledge you need.
Here at Bonallack and Bishop, we provide both FREE initial phone advice and, and a FREE first 30 minute appointment for all family law matters. So call or email us today
Choosing the right divorce solicitor for you
There is a common misconception that all family lawyers attempt to force clients to push for everything they can get out of a divorce – picking up a huge legal bill as the process drags on.
Whilst unfortunately a few lawyers do take this approach, the vast majority are simply committed to helping their clients reach fair outcomes without delay and bitterness.
We strongly believe that for the vast majority of divorce cases, working together with your spouse to find a solution and fair settlement is the right way to go – rather than looking for a battle to fight. That only produces a a long drawn out acrimonious case, not to mention a bigger legal bill, neither of which which are going to help you.
Our team are committed to using family mediation and a negotiated settlement wherever possible – but we do recognise that there are occasions when perhaps because of the aggressive approach taken by your partner or their solicitor, we will need to take a more robust position and fight your position.
Divorce update – June 2021 saw the government quietly acknowledged that their earlier plans to introduce so-called no-fault divorce in 2021 would not now happen. According to the Ministry of Justice, the new target date for the simpler more straightforward divorce process is April 2022.
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Divorce and family law work is all the five lawyers in our team does.
What’s more, the team includes a specially qualified Resolution Trained Collaborative Lawyers and 2 jointly qualified Family Mediators/Lawyers.
Divorce and Family Mediation
The family mediation and collaborative law approaches work really well for many people – and can bring real savings in both time and legal costs – not to mention stress.
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Family breakdown can be hugely distressing – and understandably you may be worrying about how you will cope with the changing circumstances – not to mention what is going to happen to your finances and your children.
The answer is simple – all of our family law team offer FREE initial phone advice and a FREE first 1/2 appointment on any family law issue. So don’t suffer in silence – call one of our team today.
And if you don’t mind travelling, then here at Bonallack and Bishop we run two free legal drop-in advice surgeries– a general surgery (which does cover family law amongst other issues) in Salisbury every Tuesday evening, as well as a specialist family law surgery every Wednesday afternoon at our Amesbury office.
Click here if you would like to find out more about getting the right legal advice at one of our 2 FREE weekly legal surgeries.
Worried about financial issues?
When a family breaks up, there are many things to consider. If property and joint finances are involved, things can be much trickier.
In these situations it can often be difficult to come to an arrangement with your ex-partner, particularly at a time when emotions and tempers are high. And that’s why you need the right family lawyers on your side.
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Relationship breakdown and children
In a recent study, excellent UK relationship support charity Relate found that there is no such thing as a ‘good’ divorce.
The study found that 58 percent of separated parents did not believe a ‘good’ separation is possible when children are involved with more than half conceding that even despite their best efforts to minimise the pain of divorce on their children, that the experience had had a negative impact on their children.
Whether or not you are married, if their children involved, getting the right solution for everyone is essential. This our experience family lawyers can help.
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Live in Ringwood? Are you looking for Specialist Divorce Solicitors? Contact us now
Don’t suffer in silence. Find out where you stand today.
- Call one of our family team on FORDINGBRIDGE (01425) 652110 OR
- E-mail us using the online enquiry form below
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