Making the decision to end a relationship and separate is rarely easy and sometimes you may need professional legal help to ensure the separation process is handled fairly. Whether you’re facing a marriage separation or are ending a relationship after living together, it’s likely that you’ll have lots of questions and concerns. You’ll want to know what will happen regarding your home, possessions and finances. And if children are involved, you’ll want to ensure that their wellbeing is the main priority.
That’s where Barwells can help. We offer practical and sympathetic legal support to couples who are separating and can help you put a separation agreement in place to make the process easier.
Perhaps you’re considering a trial separation. If so, we can provide help and advice here too. And whether you later choose to rebuild your relationship or make the separation permanent, we’ll help you understand your choices, so you can make the right decisions.
A separation agreement can be a useful way of dealing with the interim financial matters for married couples or couples in civil partnerships whilst you decide whether you wish to pursue a more formal separation such as divorce or dissolution.
Our friendly and knowledgeable solicitors will get to know you and your circumstances so that we can provide the best possible advice tailored to your unique situation. Although, no-one wants to face the end of a relationship; with our help the process is much more straightforward for everyone involved. We’ll explain all of your options and ensure you are treated fairly during and after the separation.
Our divorce lawyers in Eastbourne, Hailsham, Seaford, Newhaven and Peacehaven in East Sussex all have the experience required to be able to provide you with reliable, detailed and relevant legal advice on matters relating to dissolution. We often have clients instruct us who are based in the surrounding areas such as Brighton, Lewes, Uckfield, Heathfield, Bexhill and Battle.
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At Barwells we use plain English - not legal jargon. We will explain everything in a way that is clear and easy to understand. We also offer free initial advice and will explain the costs and timescales involved up front so you always know your options and what to expect. So for friendly, confidential advice about dissolution, contact us today on 01323 875027 to speak to one of our family law solicitors, lawyers or legal executives.