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Posted 15 January 2018
by Rukaya Bradford

Divorce Solicitors

Family law solicitors in Exeter

January very often sees a spike in couples contemplating separation and divorce.

There are several reasons why couples decide to separate in January. These often boil down to the pressure Christmas has put on their relationship. Christmas can be an extremely stressful period for many people, placing huge expectations upon a family. Christmas is also one of the rare times of the year that working parents will get to spend a lot of time with their family. When the normal distractions of busy day-to-day lives are removed, any relationship problems can become very clear.

Some people may also feel that they are not in a position to afford legal advice until the New Year, once the cost of Christmas is over.

A divorce or separation will affect your financial situation, living arrangements, children arrangements and more. Divorce can be tough for all parties involved, including children, which is why our local divorce solicitors with expert knowledge in this area can assist and guide you through the procedure, regardless of what stage you are at.

It can also be the case that appointments to seek legal advice will have been made in December by people who were already planning to start the divorce process in the New Year, having stayed together over the festive period for the sake of their children or loved ones, and to spend a last Christmas together.

Here at Tozers LLP, we have an experienced team of lawyers specialising in divorce and separation, and the associated financial and children issues. Please free to contact us for a free, confidential initial appointment to discuss the options available to you. We have divorce and Family solicitors in Exeter, Newton Abbot and Teignmouth and your initial appointment will cover:

  • Identifying the issues;
  • Finding the best process for you;
  • Selecting the most appropriate member of our experienced family law team to deal with your case;
  • The likely costs involved, payment options, including fixed fees, and the timescale for the work.

If you require further information or advice in respect of divorce, or any family matter please contact our family law solicitors in Exeter on 01392 207020.

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Rukaya Bradford

Rukaya Bradford

Paralegal

Paralegal in the family team