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Divorce and Separation

Sometimes people encounter problems in life and one of the most stressful comes with the breakdown of a personal relationship.


You might be considering ending an unhappy relationship, or you may have received a divorce petition from your spouse.


These are moments when you might need to make difficult and challenging decisions about a wide range of issues including personal and financial ones.


No two divorces will ever be the same, but in these moments it helps to have an experienced family lawyer on your side. The team here at Bradford & Son are experienced and will guide you through what might appear to be a complex and worrying process.


We understand that people want to achieve a practical end result as quickly as possible so that they can move on in life.


We will advise on the best options available to you and the next steps that you might take to achieve the independent life allowing you to move on.


It is also true to say that Divorce is not for everyone and it may be that you have chosen to separate from your partner either formally or informally.


Whether you are going through a formal divorce or an informal split with a partner it helps to have an experienced Solicitor acting on your behalf to ensure that any agreement that is entered into protects your interests not only now but in the future.


Here are Bradford & Son we are skilled at dealing with all of the issues that arise in these situations and will ensure that the process runs as smoothly as possible on your behalf.


If you would like any information, to talk through a situation or some private advice please do not hesitate to get in touch with us today.

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