Going through a divorce can be one of the most difficult and stressful times in a person's life.
Although there are currently political discussions about no fault divorce, for the time being you must have been married for at least a year and be able to show one of the following grounds for ending the relationship:
- Your spouse’s adultery
- Unreasonable Behaviour
- Desertion (for a period of at least two years)
- Separation for a period of two years (if your former partner consents to the divorce) or five years (if they do not consent)
Divorce may be a necessary process and, for some even come as something of a relief, but few end a marriage lightly. The divorce process can leave people worried and unsure about their financial situation at the end of the process. It can be hard to predict the impact that a divorce settlement will have on your income, and ownership of major assets such as homes can take time to resolve.
In many cases these fears are much more than financial, when children are involved there are worries about where they will live, how much time they will spend with each of their parents, whether new partners should play any role in children’s lives and how everyone’s needs can be met. All these unknowns can increase stress levels for all concerned. Expert legal advice that allows people to plan for their futures can help.
Divorce Support from Dinah Loeb
As an experienced divorce barrister, I can help you navigate through the difficult process of divorce and advise on the best course of action to take. As an expert in both financial and children cases, I can advise you on all your options. For many the most difficult and stressful part of the process is usually going to court, but as a barrister I am used to supporting clients during the court process to ensure the best outcome for my client’s and their children. Unlike a solicitor, who will take a more overarching, generalist, and administrative approach to a divorce case, barristers specialise in expert legal advice and are used to providing uncompromising advocacy and support at Court.
I recognise that every divorce is different and I tailor my support to the client’s specific needs. I offer every client targeted legal support. Most importantly I will fight on your behalf, using my expert legal knowledge and the specific facts of your case, to ensure you get the best possible outcome from the court.
If you are in the process of a divorce heading towards court, or if you are considering petitioning for divorce and want advice, please do not hesitate to give me a call to discuss any questions you might have.
For expert advice on divorce please contact me today on 0207 993 7777 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org