It is well known that the festive season and the stress associated with it can lead to breaking point for many couples. January is the month which sadly sees a rise in divorce figures.
It is thought that the lifestyles we pursue play a major part in divorce rates and that the ‘all work and no play’ philosophy we seem to have adopted is a major factor on divorce and separation.
During the divorce process, it is important to have an expert taking care of the legal procedures along the way to ensure all the options are explored and explained. An experienced family solicitor can take an enormous amount of the stress and worry away from the divorce process and allow the individuals to focus on the important task of protecting their emotional welfare, and if applicable, that of their children. Shrewsbury law firm Lanyon Bowdler has an expert team of family lawyers, one of whom is a trained mediator, and three who are also Resolution trained collaborative lawyers.
Collaborative law is an increasingly popular method of resolving divorce and separation issues. Instead of clients communicating by lengthy telephone calls and numerous letters, individuals involved in the conflict can sit down, face-to-face accompanied by their collaborative lawyer representative, and resolve their family disputes amicably. It gives couples far greater control of the process and outcome, and makes the matter far less traumatic for all parties.
As well as advising on marriage breakdown Lanyon Bowdler are happy to advise on other relationship breakdowns, and indeed on how to avoid disputes or the breakdown of any relationship by the production of pre-nuptial, pre-cohabitation or pre-civil ceremony agreements.
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