We have collated this information to provide you with general help in understanding this area of law especially if you are going through this difficult and emotional time.
We hope that you find the information in this section useful. However we do strongly recommend that you obtain formal advice from one of our Solicitors in the Family Department before embarking on any legal process.
Our Family Law team are available to advise and assist you with any legal aspect of your relationship difficulties, whether you are married or not.
The end of a relationship is always difficult. Often, the acrimony between the parties results in simple matters being stretched out in long winded and unnecessary litigation. And even when the matter has been determined through the Courts, the breakdown in communication between them means that if children are involved they are brought into this and the quality of their stability (which rests on, amongst other things, harmony between their parents) is seriously compromised.
At Saints Solicitors, we endeavour to settle all matters without the need to invoke extensive litigation. However if proceedings cannot be avoided, we aspire to diligently and efficiently deal with all matters. If you are considering Court proceedings we will explain what is involved and the remedies available if you wish to separate, divorce or if you are unmarried.