D-Day (Divorce Day) Makes Its Annual Appearance

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Traditionally the first day back at work is usually busy with enquiries for divorce for family lawyers.  It is reported by the media that there is a 30% increase in enquiries today.

Additionally Relate and other agencies who provide counselling see an increase in enquiries.

Historically couples wait until after Christmas to divorce for many reasons – for the sake of their children, so as not to spoil their Christmas holidays or simply due to spending more time in each others company than usual.

In addition the New Year is often when people take stock and consider where their life is up to and what is happening in their relationship.

All relationships are uniquely different, with a various issues to resolve, we would encourage anyone going through relationship difficulties to obtain professional family law advice.  This is important so that each party is aware of their options before entering into agreements.

At Forbes, clients are offered a choice of what level of service they are able to afford.  This ranges from a tailored service where clients are given an estimate and pay an hourly charging rate.  The alternative being fixed fee, catering for divorce, children act proceedings and undefended financial remedy matters.

If you have a query about any family law problem, please call the Family Solicitors at Forbes on Freephone 0800 037 4628 or contact us by email today.

We have expert Solicitors in Blackburn, Accrington, Chorley and Preston who are able to assist you.

Gill Carr

About Gill Carr

Gill Carr is an Associate Solicitor within the Family department at Forbes Solicitors. Gill’s blogs cover his specialisms of child protection, acting for both parents and children together with family members. Gill also advises and comments upon forced marriage, divorce, separation, child arrangements and financial matters. Gill writes about current legislation and case law relating to family law.
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