Saracens Solicitors has a highly experienced divorce solicitor team at its London offices. A client doesn’t need to live in the capital, however, to benefit from their services.
[London, 07/05/19] Saracens Solicitors divorce solicitor works with spouses separating across the UK, including those from overseas who were married here. Their multi-lingual team works with clients from across the globe. Saracens Solicitors has 14 years’ experience as a divorce solicitor and in that time has dealt with the whole range of family law cases.
Saracens Solicitors divorce solicitor works with clients on all aspects of the divorce process. This includes:
● pre-nuptial/post-nuptial agreements
● childcare arrangements
● parental rights and responsibilities
● grandparent rights
● domestic violence/abuse
● financial settlements
● the divorce petition.
Saracens Solicitors divorce solicitor can also arrange a legal or judicial separation if a couple doesn’t want to divorce. Saracens Solicitors divorce solicitor can also look at whether an annulment is more suitable.
If the marriage has ended unhappily and one partner has experienced domestic violence, whether physical or verbal, Saracens Solicitors divorce solicitor can swiftly arrange a non-molestation order. This protects the client and any children they have, meaning they can rest and feel safe in their home.
How does divorce work?
Divorce in the UK works in a particular way. There is one ground for divorce and that is irreconcilable differences. The divorce petition from Saracens Solicitors divorce solicitor must give a reason why the couple are unable to be together, and it must be one of these 5:
● unreasonable behaviour
● separation of 2 years
● separation of 5 years.
The Saracens Solicitors divorce solicitor applies to the court on their client’s behalf for the marriage contract to be dissolved via a divorce petition. They then ask the court for a Decree Nisi, which once granted, states that the divorce is almost complete. Six weeks and one day later, the Saracens Solicitors divorce solicitor can ask for their client’s Decree Absolute, which officially ends the marriage.
On average it takes 6-8 months for the process to complete, unless there are complex financial arrangements to sort out, such as one partner has a large inheritance they want to keep within their family. Most cases don’t require the separating spouses to attend court.