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Divorce Law

Navigating Divorce: Your Path to Resolution and Renewal

The dissolution of a marriage can be among life’s most challenging events, both emotionally and legally.


At 360 Law Services, our team of skilled divorce solicitors is committed to guiding you with sensitivity and expertise through every phase of the process.


Whether you are contemplating divorce or you are already on this path, we prioritise your interests, ensuring that all matters, from asset division to child custody, are handled with utmost professionalism and care.

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    Our Divorce Law Expertise

    Initiating Divorce Proceedings

    Assisting with filing divorce petitions, ensuring they align with the legal grounds for divorce, and following them through to the final decree.

    Grounds for Divorce

    Explaining the different grounds for divorce in England and Wales, such as adultery, unreasonable behavior, and separation. 

    High Net Worth Divorce

    Specialising in complex divorce cases involving substantial assets, business interests, and intricate financial matters.

    Mediation and Collaborative Divorce

    Exploring alternative dispute resolution methods to promote amicable resolutions, minimise conflict, and reduce court involvement. 

    Financial Settlements

    Assisting in negotiating and reaching fair financial settlements, including division of assets, property, and spousal maintenance.

    Child Custody and Visitation

    Providing guidance on child custody arrangements, visitation rights, and the best interests of the child during divorce proceedings. 

    International Divorce

    Assisting clients in navigating cross-border divorce matters, jurisdictional issues, and international child custody disputes. 

    Divorce Mediation Services

    Offering professional mediation services to facilitate constructive discussions and reach mutually beneficial agreements.

    Divorce and Domestic Violence

    Providing support and legal assistance to victims of domestic violence during divorce proceedings, including obtaining protective orders.

    Divorce and Tax Implications

    Explaining the potential tax implications of divorce, including considerations related to property division and alimony.

    Spousal Maintenance

    Advising on entitlements, obligations, and calculation of spousal support.

    Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements

    Assisting in drafting, reviewing, and enforcing agreements to protect individual assets and financial expectations.

    Spousal Maintenance

    Advising on entitlements, obligations, and calculation of spousal support.

    Defended Divorces

    Representing clients when divorce proceedings become contested, ensuring their rights are fully upheld.

    Divorce FAQs

    Answering common questions about the divorce process, legal requirements, and potential outcomes.

    Our Divorce Law Team

    FAQs - Divorce Law

    On what grounds can I file for divorce in England & Wales?

    Divorce can be granted on grounds like adultery, unreasonable behaviour, desertion, or after a specific period of separation.

    How long does the divorce process usually take?

    An uncontested divorce typically takes 4-6 months, but this can vary based on individual circumstances.

    Is mediation mandatory in divorce cases?

    While not always obligatory, mediation is encouraged to help resolve disputes before they escalate to court.

    How are marital assets divided during a divorce?

    Courts aim for a fair division, considering each party’s needs, the length of the marriage, and the assets and earnings of each spouse.

    What is a "clean break" in divorce proceedings?

    A clean break means both parties are free from financial ties to each other after the divorce.

    How is child maintenance calculated?

    Maintenance depends on factors like the non-residential parent’s income, the number of nights the child spends with them, and other relevant costs.

    What if my spouse and I decide to reconcile during the divorce proceedings?

    It’s possible to halt the divorce proceedings if both parties agree and communicate this to the court.

    Do I need to attend court for my divorce?

    If the divorce is uncontested and there are no complications, you typically won’t need to attend court.

    Can a prenuptial agreement affect the outcome of a divorce settlement?

    While prenuptial agreements aren’t strictly binding, if drafted correctly, courts give considerable weight to them during settlements.

    How does the court address issues of domestic violence during divorce?

    The court prioritises safety. Protective orders or injunctions can be sought if a spouse or child is at risk.

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