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Divorce Solicitor in London

Saracens Solicitors are committed to providing a comprehensive legal service to their clients when acting as a divorce solicitor in London. Part of this is being clear from the outset about what we can and cannot offer you. We can take care of many of the legal and administrative aspects of divorce as well as communicate with any third parties on your behalf. Anything that we are not actually able to do, we can usually still advise you on so that you feel confident making your decisions and taking action.

What we can do

At Saracens Solicitors, we have lots of experience working as a divorce solicitor in London. We can walk you through the process step-by-step and ensure you have the full advantage of our expertise.

Our support starts from the initial filing. If possible, please contact us before you submit this document. This is where you detail grounds for divorce and make any additional statements regarding your decision. Both of these can form part of the evidence if you later need to go to court so it’s important that you word it carefully. We can help with this when acting as your divorce solicitor in London.

Saracens Solicitors can help you take inventory of anything that might be part of the divorce settlement – this means assets, investments, bank accounts and property. We can also help if there are children involved. You will need to make arrangements for residency, contact and maintenance.

What we can’t do

Saracens Solicitors are here to offer advice but we can’t make decisions for you – the final say is always yours. We can’t get a picture of everything that has happened but our team are experienced in asking the right questions to gather all the information we need to be on your side.

There are some fees to pay during the divorce process. We can pay these for you but this is on top of any fees. We can let you know what the basic costs are before you start. It’s difficult to predict exactly how much it will cost in complex cases but some fees are set, such as the filing fee for divorce which currently stands at £550 (March, 2018).

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