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Divorce Services in Chester & the Surrounding Areas

Divorce Solicitors

Are you searching for the best divorce solicitors near you? Our specialist divorce lawyers in Chester have a proven track record of success in divorce cases, providing a straightforward legal service you can rely on.

We assure consistent and expert legal advice when applying for a divorce and guarantee a high-standard of assistance from start to finish.

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Getting Divorced?

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Help from a leading team of specialist Divorce Solicitors in Chester providing expert divorce and separation advice.

If you are thinking of getting divorced or have been served with a divorce petition our divorce lawyers can provide expert legal advice to help protect your financial position and ensure a fair settlement.

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Expert Help from your Divorce Solicitors Chester

Securing a fair financial settlement on divorce or dissolution of a civil partnership is vital to secure your future. Whether your financial situation is very simple with few assets or substantial and complex our expert divorce solicitors have the expertise to help. Therefore if you need a lawyer for divorce then why not book a free 30 minute consultation with one of our experts

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Personal Tailored Advice

We understand your case is personal to you and so we ensure our divorce lawyers listen to your needs so that we can ensure we tailor our advice to your specific needs. Our divorce solicitors will guide and help you every step of the way to negotiate a fair settlement or if necessary by court action.

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Divorce Solicitor FAQ's

  • It is always recommended to instruct a solicitor to help you throughout your divorce to ensure you receive the best possible advice and outcome. Solicitors can help you navigate the divorce process and assist with related matters such as financial settlements, no-fault divorce and dividing assets.

  • You are not legally required to enlist a solicitor to help with your divorce, although it is highly advisable in order to achieve the best possible advice and outcome.

  • Solicitor fees for divorces can vary depending on the nature of your case. The cost of a divorce solicitor includes the costs involved in attending court, negotiating with your ex-partner, and preparing any legal documents required.

    Speak to Freeman Jones Solicitors directly on 01244 506 444 to find out about our fees for divorce.

  • The general rule is the petitioner (i.e. the person applying for divorce) is responsible for paying any fees that may occur during the divorce process, such as solicitor fees. However, it is possible that the petitioner may include a claim in their divorce application, that the respondent should pay the petitioner’s own fees.

  • When speaking to a divorce solicitor for the first time, it is advisable to be prepared and come up with a list of questions that you want answered. These are the questions that divorce solicitors are typically asked at the first meeting

    1. Will my divorce go to courts?
    2. Will I get custody of my child?
    3. How much will my divorce cost?
    4. How long will my divorce take?
    5. How much can I claim in a divorce settlement?

    While these are the most typically asked questions, it is more beneficial for you to ask the following of asking of your divorce solicitor:

    1. Who will be working on my divorce case and what are their qualifications?
    2. How much experience do you have in dealing with divorce cases?
    3. How often do I expect to hear from you with updates on my divorce case?
    4. Are there any steps I can take to keep costs down?
    5. How will my assets be valued?
  • It is entirely possible that two parties can share the same divorce solicitor – as this can often speed up the divorce process and help minimise the impact of family. This is particularly useful in the event of an amicable or no-fault divorce.

  • If you are unhappy with your current legal representation, then you have every right to change your solicitor at any stage of the divorce process.

    We at Freeman Jones Solicitors understand the importance of maintaining a positive relationship between you and your legal representative at such a difficult time and always remain open to accepting new clients at any stage of divorce.

    Speak to our divorce team directly on 01244 506 444 if you are looking to find a new divorce solicitor.

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