Hiring Divorce Lawyers in Cardiff Discussed by Hurlows Family Law Practice
Should you be going through the process of a divorce, this can be an understandingly difficult and distressing time for all involved. Although tensions may be running high, it’s preferable to seek an amicable solution to lessen the stress of the situation. Whether you know how to proceed with the situation or if you don’t have an idea on how to proceed then seeking legal advice can be highly beneficial. Legal advice not only lets you know where you stand legally, it also ensures that you have an impartial council in which you can receive both emotional support and legal support and advice. Hurlows Family Law Practice have many years of experience supporting and representing our clients through a wide range of family law cases and divorce cases. In this article, we will discuss how divorce lawyers can offer you advice and support as well as ways you can proceed and prepare to go into the divorce proceedings. Should you require divorce lawyers in Cardiff or Divorce solicitors in Cardiff then contact Hurlows Family Law Practice online today or telephone us now on: 029 2039 6087
How a Divorce Lawyer Can Support You
When going through the process of a divorce, there’s often a great deal of aspects that one will need to consider. Deciding as to whether you will need to make financial arrangements, arrangements for children or other issues can be one of the most difficult things to agree upon and often require the need to attend court should an agreement not be made. As mentioned, an amicable solution is often the most sought after solution as this will lessen the stress of the situation and can allow fair financial agreements to be made. Lengthy court battles also incur a number of costs so it is important to try and avoid this scenario if at all possible. If you do have to discuss your case in court then it is highly likely that you work with a Divorce lawyer as they can support, advise and represent you in court.
Ways to Proceed With the Divorce Proceedings
Planning and preparing documentation that you may need is a good way to prepare for the divorce process. Mediation is also an option to pursue should you find that it is becoming hard to make a resolution or you feel that there will not be a resolution early on. At Hurlows Family Law Practice, we can refer you to mediation and advise you throughout the entire process. The aim of this is to reach an acceptable agreement without having to go to court. Our solicitors are members of Resolution. We will always strive to reduce conflict in this every emotive time and this can lessen the stress and emotion of the situation. Reaching an agreement is another way to be able to plan forward. Should you feel that a divorce is too fast moving then you could also consider a separation. This gives you time to consider your options and make financial arrangements before having to go through with the entire divorce process.
Do You Need a Divorce Lawyer?
The February edition of our article looks into why some people think that they may not need a lawyer and why you will want to definitely consider speaking to a solicitor in your case.
Some individuals are unsure as to whether they need to contact a divorce lawyer in Cardiff if they are going through a divorce. This could be due to the fact that ‘no fee’ divorce papers have appeared and many try to argue that these are more effective than speaking to a solicitor. Although the process of applying for a divorce is seemingly straightforward, it is deceivingly so. Should complications arise such as disagreements regarding your personal finances and how finances should be distributed then you will definitely need to seek the help of a solicitor to ensure that a fair deal is reached. Disputes regarding children are also an area that may require a solicitor. The court only is contacted if there are disagreements within making arrangements for the children so you will need to be represented by a lawyer should you not be able to make an agreement regarding your children. Solicitors are not just limited to representing you in court and offering you legal council, our team of solicitors are also trained in mediation to reach agreements before having to go to court. In these situations, it’s highly recommended for you to contact a solicitor as these aspects will have to be arranged in court if no agreement is reached. We can also help you to make decisions amicably before the need to have to go to court.
Approaching a Relationship Breakdown
The April edition of our article discusses how to approach a relationship breakdown and the steps that will naturally occur during a divorce or separation.
Sometimes a relationship will naturally be heading towards a divorce or separation and the couple will have to be heading their seperate ways. The separation process can be highly stressful due to the fact that there is a lot of uncertainty in what is to follow and a relationship is coming to an end. When making arrangements for children, this can make the situation even more stressful and difficult. Even if children aren’t involved, a divorce or separation can affect all other aspects of your life and you’ll therefore have to consider all aspects carefully before making decisions on the divorce or separation process. Several initial decisions will need to be made such as where you are going to live and where children are going to live if you have children. Finances will have to be divided such as assets, belonging and money that you share. You will also have to assess as to whether you will be able to afford to pay bills after the divorce or separation. As discussed, although this is a stressful time it’s important to make decisions based on the future after separation and this can be made difficult if both parties are not on good terms. Although some situations it’s understandably highly difficult to reach decisions, reaching decisions can reduce the stress of the situation and the costs that are associated with going to court.
Reaching Decisions During a Relationship Breakdown
This is where having a divorce lawyer working with a team of divorce lawyers is highly beneficial. Divorce lawyers can work as mediators to agree and reach settlements where it’s difficult to reach an agreement. Divorce lawyers ensure that you can have a fair settlement in regards to your finances and can assist in making arrangements for your children. Although you will have to make arrangements for your children outside of court, it may be required that you will have to debate the arrangements in court if you are failing to make an arrangement or wish to dispute a proposed set of arrangements. This is where a divorce lawyer is highly recommended due to the fact that you will want to make arrangements that are best for your children. Financial agreements can also be agreed with the use of your divorce lawyer or divorce solicitor. A divorce lawyer can also arrange for documents to be drawn up and agreed upon and they can give you impartial and relevant legal advice regarding your case. The solicitors at Hurlows Family Law Practice are highly experienced and we have represented our clients in Cardiff for many years. Whether you are going through a separation or are preparing to face a separation or divorce, the advice and representation of our solicitors can ensure that you have a fair representation and outcome for your family. Enquire with our lawyers online or telephone our team today on: 029 2039 6087
Divorce Lawyers & Legal Advice
Divorce lawyers also offer you legal advice and support during the difficult process of going through a divorce. This can be invaluable, as you will have a team of solicitors in your corner as well as another voice in which to discuss issues and the best ways to progress with the divorce process. Our solicitors have many years of experience and specialise specifically and exclusively in family law. We understand that your case is the most important case in your life and that every individual case is unique. However, our vast experience likely means that we have advised and supported a client that is in a similar situation to your own and we can, therefore, advise and support you. The discussion of case aspects between our entire team also ensures that you have an entire team of solicitors advising you on your case in comparison to just one solicitor offering you advice. This ensures that you have the collective experience of all of our team to support you in your case. We are committed to ensuring that you are supported and advised during the divorce process and that you receive a fair outcome from the divorce proceedings. Should you require experienced divorce lawyers in Cardiff to support you during your case, enquire with the team at Hurlows Family Law Practice using a contact form on our website or telephone us directly on: 029 2039 6087
Contact Our Divorce Lawyers in Cardiff Today
The team at Hurlows Family Law Practice focuses exclusively on family law to give you the most relevant and up-to-date legal advice relating to your case. Your case is one of the most important things in your life and we understand that each case is different for each individual. We can use our experience from cases that are similar to yours to provide relevant advice that will help you with your case. Our solicitors also meet frequently to discuss case details. This allows you to benefit from having the weight of our entire legal team in your corner instead of just one solicitor representing you. We are readily available to advise and support you during this difficult time. Should you be looking for Divorce lawyers near me in Cardiff or Divorce lawyers in Cardiff then contact Hurlows Family Law Practice today or telephone our team now on: 029 2039 6087
Hurlows Family Law Practice is a valued and respected Firm of Solicitors which has been serving the Cardiff and South Wales area since 2001.