If you are facing a family breakdown, our family law team can help look after and protect you and your loved ones – now and in the years to come. With expert legal advice backed up by a sensitive, understanding approach, we guide you through this difficult time quickly and cost-effectively, helping you to move on to the next stage of your life.
Where children are involved, protecting their best interests is paramount. As such, our experienced family team helps to ensure their continued security and wellbeing.
We also have extensive experience advising business owners and high net worth individuals to make sure assets and business interests are protected during – and after – any relationship breakdown.
With access to Resolution accredited specialists as part of our team, and the ability to offer collaborative law services, we provide mediation and negotiation where sought; helping you to reach an amicable agreement with your partner. Where such agreement cannot be reached, we have the experience and skills needed to represent you at court.
Our matrimonial and family team can help you with:
Fighting to protect your best interests, we provide the very best legal support and guidance delivered in plain English. If you would like to find out more about how our matrimonial and family experts can help you, contact us today for advice tailored to your needs and situation.
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The breakdown of a relationship is never easy. At Beswicks Legal, we do everything we can to help you through the process as painlessly, quickly, and cost-effectively as possible.
We offer a full range of divorce and relationship dissolution services – helping you with the divorce or separation itself as well as any child care, financial and business issues. We also offer a range of fixed-price online legal services that are simple to use and easy to follow.
Should you separate from your partner, protecting the security and wellbeing of your children is likely to be your number one priority.
Children, arrangements and maintenance, and practical issues such as schools, holidays and religious upbringing, are at the forefront of any relationship breakdown. At Beswicks Legal, we provide the legal advice, support and understanding you need during this difficult time.
Following the breakdown of a relationship, dividing your financial assets can be difficult. In addition to any savings and property, you may also need to consider on-going maintenance and pension payments, as well as possible future financial claims.
The division of assets by the court is dependent on a broad range of factors including the financial needs, resources and standard of living enjoyed by you and your partner. The court’s number one priority is the wellbeing of the children. The court will also consider the age of the parties involved and the duration of your marriage. With so much at stake, at Beswicks Legal we make sure you are aware of your rights when it comes to finances following divorce; helping you secure the best possible financial settlement.
Getting divorced is almost always a painful process. However, the process is even more complex when commercial interests or overseas assets are involved.
If you are a business owner or have a high net worth we help you to sensibly protect your assets and interests from bearing the brunt of a relationship breakdown.
If you are planning to get married or are entering into a civil partnership, we can help to protect your assets and your estate through the creation of a pre-marital agreement.
If you are moving in with your partner, or planning a civil partnership, a cohabitation agreement will help make sure you are fully protected should the relationship come to an end.
Where required, we can provide collaborative divorce services; an alternative to the traditional method of going to court. A non-confrontational approach, collaborative law allows you to dissolve your marriage amicably, while protecting your interests at all times.
We also offer a collaborative approach to any childcare issues, helping you and your former partner to come to an amicable agreement about the future of your children.
While nobody wants to think about the end of a relationship, especially at this exciting stage in your life together, unmarried couples do not have the same rights as spouses, even if you have lived together for many years. Therefore a co-habitation agreement will establish financial and childcare agreements to protect you no matter what the future might hold.