THE BREAKDOWN OF ANY RELATIONSHIP CAN BE HIGHLY TRAUMATIC, EVEN MORE SO WHEN THERE ARE CHILDREN INVOLVED.
And beyond the emotional upheaval there are all the practical things to consider - the finances, assets, custody issues and the process of divorce or separation itself, among many others.
At such a difficult time, you need to know you have expert legal advice from a trusted solicitor to mitigate the pain of what is inevitably a distressing process.
Carlsons are specialist divorce lawyers in Whetstone, North London, who can help you to make the right decisions to secure your personal and financial future. We have experience of helping many people through the divorce and separation process and provide a friendly, efficient and affordable legal advice with a high standard of client care.
HOW WE CAN HELP WITH YOUR DIVORCE.
When a marriage ends, there’s a lot to consider. It’s a stressful and emotional time of significant upheaval and we understand you only reach this position after a great deal of thought.
Having sound legal advice backed by experience and expertise is vital to protect your rights and interests.
At Carlsons, our skilled divorce solicitors will help you to resolve your divorce with compassion and efficiency, taking the time to listen to you and understand your circumstances before advising you of your legal rights and options on every issue relating to the divorce, including financial matters and mediation.
If you’re going through a divorce, the financial settlement is often the trickiest part.
We’re able to draw on our wealth of experience to offer you fast, tailored advice so you can reach a quick resolution to the financial settlement in your divorce proceedings. And because we have particular experience of medium to high financial settlement cases, we aim to make this process as smooth and stress free for you as possible.
When it comes to financial matters in divorce (formerly called ancillary matters), we will work with you to consider:
- How any settlement should provide for any children in the marriage – practically and financially
- How the length of your marriage should inform the final settlement
- Budgets for you, your spouse and any children;
We are here to support you through your proceedings from start to finish, guiding you through all the things you need to consider and offering you practical steps forward.
The breakdown of the family unit is often a cause for great concern. How to resolve your financial and living arrangements and how your break-up might affect your children are the source of acute stress and anxiety.
At Carlsons, our expert London-based family law solicitors can help you reach the right decisions personally, legally and financially and our specialist expert advice can help protect your interests and safeguard the future for you and your family.
Our specialist family law solicitors understand the sensitivities of your situation and can help you with:
- Children disputes
- Co-habitee disputes
- Financial disputes
HOW OUR FAMILY LAW EXPERTISE CAN HELP YOU.
The family law advice provided by our specialist family law team in Whetstone has helped many clients through the complex problems that arise from a family breakdown.
Drawing on years of experience, we offer a specialist service of exceptional quality and care and pride ourselves on an exceptional track record of positive outcomes for the people we’ve helped.
Our excellent reputation for strong and effective legal action has attracted many high-profile clients.
We can help you with all issues relating to family law, including:
- Cohabitation agreements
- Domestic violence
- Family mediation
- Same gender disputes
- Nuptial agreements
WE'RE SPECIALISTS IN CHILDREN LAW.
Where children are involved in a family dispute or relationship breakdown, it’s important that priority is given to protect and safeguard their interests. At Carlsons, we’re specialist children law solicitors and can help you with:
- Change of name orders for your children
- Child Arrangements covering where your child lives, when your child spends time with each parent and when and what other types of contact, like phone calls, take place.
- International or national relocation orders for your children.
- Moving abroad.
- Parental responsibility covering the legal rights and any restrictions on those rights.
- Prohibited steps order which will prevent a parent from doing something.
- A residence order covering where a child lives.
- A specific issue order which requires someone to do something.
Where children are involved, our emphasis will always be on sensitive negotiation, agreement and efficient resolution rather than conflict and we’re committed to Resolution's non-confrontational approach to family law matters.