Divorce Solicitors In Billericay
Divorce Solicitors Billericay
If you are considering divorce or separation, our team of Divorce Solicitors in Billericay can offer confidential advice to help you through a potentially stressful period. We will discuss your matter with the greatest sensitivity and stay by your side throughout the process. Paul Robinson Solicitors has one of the best Family teams in Essex and any questions you have will be answered swiftly by an approachable specialist.
Obtaining legal advice when considering a divorce is a must and our combination of experience, detailed legal knowledge, and the latest IT and technical support, will ensure that you receive the very best client care, support and service.
Our team are here to help you through your questions in a sensitive manner.
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What are the grounds for divorce?
The most common grounds for divorce are irreconcilable differences or irremediable breakdown of the marriage. Other grounds may include adultery, cruelty, desertion, and imprisonment.
How long does it take to get a divorce?
The length of time it takes to get a divorce can vary depending on the complexity of the case and the jurisdiction in which the divorce is filed. It can take anywhere from a few months to several years.
How much does it cost to get a divorce?
The cost of a divorce can vary depending on the complexity of the case, the jurisdiction in which the divorce is filed, and whether the divorce is contested or uncontested. Legal fees, court costs, and other expenses can add up quickly.
How is property divided in a divorce?
Property division during a divorce can vary depending on the jurisdiction in which the divorce is filed. In some jurisdictions, property is divided equally between the spouses, while in others, the court may consider factors such as the length of the marriage and the contributions of each spouse to the marriage.
What happens to the children during a divorce?
The court will make a determination regarding the custody, visitation, and support of the children during a divorce. The court will consider the best interests of the children in making its decision.
Can a divorce be finalised without both parties agreeing?
Yes, a divorce can be finalised without both parties agreeing, through the process of “default” divorce.
Can a divorce be undone?
Divorces can be undone in certain circumstances, but it is called annulment and it has to meet certain criteria.
To speak to a Divorce Solicitor please call us on 01277 500123
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We understand the difficulties associated with a marriage or civil partnership breakdown, this is why we ensure clients receive the very best care, support and service from the moment we are contacted. Expert knowledge and the latest technology combine to make our services the most efficient around and clients across Essex and London trust us to deliver solutions tailored to their needs.
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Paul Robinson Solicitors is a thriving independent law firm committed to providing exceptional service to clients nationwide, with offices situated throughout London and Essex.
Established in 1983, the firm has steadily expanded over the past 35 years, offering an extensive range of legal services to both personal and commercial clients. The team of highly experienced and skilled solicitors specialises in various fields and is dedicated to providing an outstanding level of service to achieve positive outcomes for their clients. The firm’s cutting-edge technology and efficient systems, together with its support and managerial staff, ensure maximum efficiency, accuracy, and cost-effectiveness.