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Family Law

Our specialist solicitors in Family and Divorce Law in Lincoln and Grimsby will provide practical and sensible advice to help you though the complex legal issues that follow a relationship breaking down. This could be to help you achieve a resolution in respect of children or in relation to finances.

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The breakdown of a relationship is never easy. Here at Bridge McFarland Solicitors we are able to guide you through the process of resolving all issues that arise from this.

Our divorce and family law solicitors can help you decide what is right – about your future, your children and your finances.

We can help you with divorce and separation and are able to provide you with advice and assistance on all aspects of resolving children or financial matters as well as pre-marital agreements, child abduction and agreements for couples who live together outside of marriage.

We are also able to offer a Mediation service and a Collaborative Law service to resolve matters by way of Alternative Dispute Resolution rather than the Court Process.

If however you believe that these alternative ways forward are not for you, then we are able to advise and assist in the Court process for resolving matters on your behalf.

Our family and divorce law solicitors are based in Grimsby, Lincoln and across Lincolnshire and East Yorkshire. Every case is unique and our specialist family lawyers will be able to advise you at the outset of your case as to the most appropriate way forward for you.

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How long will a divorce take?
A divorce or civil partnership dissolution will generally take between 4 and 6 months. This however may not be the case if there are complicating factors that need to be taken into consideration, for example personal service of papers, or where one party is out of the country.
How much will it cost?
A simple divorce/civil partnership dissolution will generally cost around £500 plus court fees, which are presently £410. The costs will increase if there are issues relating to children or financial matters.
Can you act for both of us in the divorce?
No, we are only able to act for one party in the proceedings.
What are the grounds I can use to divorce my spouse/civil partner?
There is only one ground for divorce in English law, and that is the irretrievable breakdown of the marriage. This breakdown has to be proven by one of five facts: