We are family and relationship solicitors in Exeter. We provide legal advice on relationship breakdown including divorce, separation, arrangements for children and the division of assets.
Legal advice on relationship breakdown
- Are you dealing with the breakdown of a relationship and unsure about your rights?
- Are you concerned about arrangements for your children or your finances?
- Do you have questions about the divorce process and the options open to you?
We strongly recommend seeking legal advice before applying for divorce or entering into a separation agreement. We often find clients aren’t aware of their rights or those of their ex. Getting the right legal advice on relationship breakdown can help ensure you are working towards a realistic and fair outcome.
We know that ending a relationship can be a stressful and difficult time. Whatever the circumstances, ending a long term relationship, marriage or civil partnership is an emotional and often complicated process. Our experienced relationship lawyers aim to make it as straightforward as possible, working with you to ensure the welfare of any children is prioritised and financial assets are divided appropriately. We will always listen with empathy and without judgement, and help you understand your rights and options.
We’re here to help
We offer a free 30 minute consultation meeting to discuss your circumstances with one of our specialist relationship lawyers, before you decide whether to appoint us.
If you instruct us, a named lawyer will deal with your case from start to finish, and a member of the team will always be available to speak to on a day-to-day basis. You will be given clear and focused advice throughout your case including guidance about your position and how much the case will cost, where relevant. We will keep you fully informed about each stage and any outcomes.
Please contact Anita Laws by clicking here or by telephone on 01392 256854 for any initial enquiries or to book your consultation.
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