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A service tailored to you
We provide extensive family law knowledge and expertise combined with sympathetic, personalised advice tailored to your individual circumstances and requirements. We can offer the services of a Collaborative Lawyer and many of our solicitors are members of Resolution (formerly the Solicitors Family Law Association) and are committed to resolving your matter in a constructive and non-confrontational manner whenever possible. However when this is not possible we will take strong and effective legal action on your behalf.
Our family law solicitors advise and represent clients in all types of family law matters, including:
- No Fault Divorce
- Fixed fee divorce package
- Children’s matters
- Financial and property arrangements on divorce
- Pre-nuptial agreements
- Civil partnerships and same sex marriage
- Co-habitee disputes
- Domestic violence and injunctions
- Mediation and collaborative law
Family law guidance
Our family law solicitors in Kent, Surrey and London have produced a number of informative free guides on various aspects of family law matters – from the process of divorce and financial settlements, to how divorce affects your Will, our guides are clear, concise and will answer some of your most pressing questions.
No-Fault Divorce in England and Wales
On 6 April 2022, the divorce process changed. New legislation introduced a system of ‘no-fault divorce’ and removed the need for spouses to apportion blame if they wish to end their marriage or civil partnership.
The new divorce process in England and Wales enables one or both spouses to submit a statement of ‘irretrievable breakdown’ to the court when they apply for a divorce or dissolution – there will no longer be a requirement to prove one of the ‘five facts’ (grounds for divorce). This means it is no longer necessary to show evidence of bad behaviour or spend a period of time living apart.
There is no longer a route for one party to contest the divorce and the terminology used has been updated to make the language of divorce easier to understand.
You can find out more on our No Fault Divorce Process page.
Contact the family law solicitors at Wellers Law Group today
Call us now for information regarding our offer of an initial fixed fee interview for just £100 plus VAT or to make an appointment with a family law solicitor regarding any of the above issues on 020 8464 4242 for our Bromley team, 01732 457575 for Sevenoaks, 020 7481 6393 for central London or 01372 750100 for our Surrey team or email email@example.com or complete our enquiry form