Kim Hayton, HR Director at FDR Law discusses Children in the workplace Q: One of our employees has childcare issues and has asked if they can bring their child into work during the school holidays, what should we do? A: We all know that the school...
When a relationship breaks down, it can be a painful and stressful time for everyone involved.
At FDR Law, our sympathetic and knowledgeable solicitors can advise and explain all your options and if you decide to seek a divorce or separation we will guide you through every step of the process.
If children are involved there will be lots of issues to be resolved, such as child maintenance levels, general support, residence and contact arrangements. And even if there are no children from the relationship, you will still have to make decisions with your former partner about the division of any joint possessions, your home, savings and pensions.
We encourage you to keep relations as amicable as possible and support the use of mediation as a process to achieve the best outcome. However this is not always possible and if you need to take your case to court to obtain a satisfactory resolution, we will provide you with the most robust and caring support to ease the path.
Whatever your circumstances, we want to give you the reassurance of having a sympathetic, friendly expert on your side at all times during the divorce or separation process. We believe in plain speaking and avoid legal jargon, explaining everything in a way that’s clear and easy to understand, so that you can start planning for the future.
We offer a range of packages to suit your financial needs, please call us to discuss your options with an experienced divorce solicitor who will provide confidential, sympathetic, friendly advice.