Whether you are seeking to commence divorce proceedings or have received notice of divorce proceedings commenced by your partner and need to respond to these, it is important to seek specialist legal advice as early as possible.
Holmes & Hills has a team of specialist Family Law solicitors who will provide you with expert legal advice and guidance from the very beginning. The team is recognised by the Legal 500 for their expertise.
The advice our divorce solicitors will give you ensures your rights and interests are protected from the start and throughout the process. When you contact Holmes & Hills your questions will be answered, your case and information treated in the strictest confidence, and your mind put at ease that you are not going through the process alone.
There are many aspects to formally divorcing from a partner and many items to consider which arise from it. These include dealing with the family home, separation of assets and liabilities as part of a financial settlement and agreeing to arrangements concerning children, if there is a family involved.
Our divorce lawyers are experts and can give you the specialist legal advice you require to protect your interests and those of your children, if you have them. Your lawyer at Holmes & Hills will be approachable, supportive and above all will guide you through this uncertain time by giving you the expert legal advice on your legal position, options and entitlements.
If you and your partner are able to work on the basis of an amicable divorce, Holmes & Hills can offer access to trained collaborative family law solicitors.
Call us on 01206 593933 to arrange a confidential appointment to see one of our expert divorce solicitors and get initial advice on divorcing from your partner.
We have divorce solicitors available at our offices in Marks Tey (Colchester), Braintree, Sudbury, Halstead, Coggeshall and Tiptree.
Our family team are also able to help if you are seeking a solicitor to deal with a separation, whether you are married, in a civil partnership or have no formal agreement.
At this initial meeting you can explain your circumstances to your solicitor and they will answer all of your questions and advise on you on your options, the divorce process and the best course of action for you