Should auld acquaintance be forgot? Family law advice
New Year, new start
For many people, the New Year heralds a new beginning and is a time to assess how life is progressing. It provides an opportunity to reflect on existing relationships and make decisions about the future. As an inevitable part of this process, there are a significant number of people who decide that they wish to separate. If you have reached this decision, then your next step should be to consult a Family Lawyer.
How can we help?
At Thursfields, we understand that Family matters can be extremely complicated and there are often sensitive issues. We recognise that a large proportion of our client base will be extremely vulnerable. We provide tailored advice to each of our clients whatever their legal needs. All of our lawyers are technically excellent and work to a high standard with over 90 years of experience between them.
Whatever your circumstances, our lawyers will have seen it before and will know what to do. They understand that your situation is unique to you and they will advice on the right solution for you.
Helen Hanson is a family lawyer who specialises in Divorce and the financial aspect of the breakdown of a relationship. She says:
“A Divorce does not have to be acrimonious or costly. I pride myself on taking a pragmatic approach to resolving any dispute that arises. I have over 10 years experience in dealing with the breakdown of a marriage and as a result of my expertise, I have been accredited with the Family Law Advanced Accreditation.”
We offer a competitive fixed fee for advising and assisting you through the Divorce Procedure and can provide transparent estimations for other work that we undertake.
Arrangements for the children
In addition to divorce and finances, there are often significant decisions with regard to arrangements for the children. At Thursfields, we have dedicated children lawyers, who can advise on this specialist area. Sarah Mason, children expert says:
“I believe that during any family breakdown, children need their own particular focus. Failing to protect their needs at such a difficult time can lead to irreparable damage. It is important to obtain the appropriate advice to ensure that your children can remain happy and reassured.”
At Thursfields, whilst we are sensitive enough to understand that divorce is emotionally challenging, we believe that we can help you to ultimately see separation as the possibility for a new start and a happier future. Make an appointment to see one of our Family Specialists today by calling 01562 820575 (Kidderminster), 01905 730450 (Worcester) or 0121 227 3850 (Halesowen).