Do I have to have a solicitor during a divorce?

No, but it can help. You might think that you should receive a vast proportion of the assets, for example, when in reality you are going to be entitled to much less. A solicitor will give you realistic expectations and will encourage you to try and reach agreement. This could prevent you from having to pay your opponent's costs.

For more information please call our Divorce Solicitors for a free consultation on freephone 0800 689 1058 or contact us by email

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29 Nov 2018

Family/Divorce

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Keeping kids first helps minimise fallout from family breakdown

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