Ending a relationship is never easy. The emotional turmoil is difficult enough, but when there are children or property involved, the situation can become even more stressful. Our Suffolk divorce solicitors make it their priority to settle divorce cases as smoothly and amicably as possible.
If you have been married for at least a year and have sufficient grounds for divorce, then you can apply to end your marriage. The grounds for divorce are listed below;
Your spouse has committed adultery with someone else of the opposite sex
Unreasonable behaviour from your spouse. For example, physical or verbal violence
Your spouse has deserted you
You have lived apart for more than 2 years and your spouse agrees to a divorce
You have lived apart for 5 or more years, regardless of whether or not your spouse agrees with the divorce
Whatever your circumstances, it is important to remember that you are not alone. Our divorce lawyers have a wealth of experience in this field of law and are regularly asked to assist with cases involving adultery or domestic violence. Whatever the details of your case, you are not the first and you will not be the last.
We will always endeavour to settle divorce cases without going to court. This can help keep stress and expense to a minimum, and is especially important if there are children involved in the relationship. It is our experience that the majority of cases can be settled this way.
Our lawyers can handle divorce cases on behalf of clients in Ipswich, Hadleigh, Felixstowe, Stowmarket, Needham Market, and Bury St Edmunds, as well as further afield across England and Wales.
To find out more about how we might be able to help, speak to our Suffolk divorce solicitors today. You can speak to us in complete confidence using the telephone number below, or enter your details into the online enquiry form to the right and we will call you back.
Tel: 01206 299282