Each year in England and Wales, more than 100,000 marriages end in divorce. Divorce can be extremely painful and leave people feeling frightened and confused about their home, their finances and what will happen to their children. If it is happening to you, you may feel alone.
At Bond Adams Solicitors, we have a team of experienced, highly skilled and caring specialist divorce lawyers who can advise you on the most cost effective and efficient way to proceed with a divorce.
Our friendly and discreet approach means that we work with you to fully understand your circumstances and the reasons for your relationship breakdown. We then work quickly to find a practical solution in order to minimise the pain and stress throughout the ongoing divorce process.
Our aim is to be a friend on the other end of the phone who you can rely on and the expert to act on your behalf. We pride ourselves in being accessible and available – meaning we will be there for you and act quickly when you need divorce advice.
No two cases are the same so we tailor our service to your individual needs and match you with the ideal divorce solicitor best suited to handle your case.
Our divorce lawyers will offer support and advice throughout the proceedings whilst keeping you up-to-date on where you are in the process together with regular updates on costs and likely costs.
To petition for divorce, you must have been married for more than one year immediately preceding the presentation of the petition. The ground for divorce is the irretrievable breakdown of the marriage, and the petitioner, that is the person filing a petition for divorce, must use one of five different facts to support this statement.
- That the other party has committed adultery.
- That the other party has behaved in an unreasonable way.
- That the other party has deserted the petitioner for 2 years.
- That the parties have lived apart from each other for a continuous period of at least 2 years immediately preceding the presentation of a petition and the other party gives their consent.
- That the parties have lived apart for a continuous period of at least 5 years preceding the presentation of a petition.
Whether you are considering petitioning for divorce, or have received a petition for divorce, we are here to help. Contact us today for a free 30 min consultation to give you the opportunity to meet us before deciding if you wish to proceed in instructing us to act on your behalf.
Please contact our divorce lawyers today on +44 (0)116 285 8080 or email@example.com. We offer a free initial 30 minute appointment to give you the opportunity to meet us and find out more about traditional divorce before deciding if you wish to proceed in instructing us to act on your behalf.