Here at Druitts Family Solicitors Bournemouth, we understand that the breakdown of any relationship can be traumatic and stressful. The sensitive nature of these situations often leads to disputes regarding children and finances.
Druitts Family Solicitors Bournemouth provide a supportive caring service and can guide you through all the options available to your situation. We provide clear and easy to understand advice. Clare has many satisfied clients who even at this stressful and difficult time, recognise that removing the emotion from the separation makes it all much easier.
Our specialist family solicitor is here to reduce the stress from your situation. They will help you step back and look at the bigger picture. Therefore reaching a more satisfactory settlement quickly. We are members of Resolution and follow its code of conduct in an effort to reduce conflict and encourage parties to explore cost effective solutions.
Druitts Family Solicitors can offer advice in the following areas:-
- Civil Partnerships
- Financial Settlements
- Collaborative Law
- Pre-Nuptial and Post-Nuptial Agreements
- Children Issues
At Druitts Family Solicitors Bournemouth, we can help to obtain Court Orders to protect you and your children from domestic violence from your partners, ex-partners or others.
Our specialist family solicitor, Clare Cherry, has many years of experience in dealing with this type of work and you can discuss matters with her in total confidence.
An initial free meeting is available to assess your situation and advise you generally on what action you are able to and should be taking.
If you would like to discuss your situation then please contact our, Clare Cherry by email or telephone her on 01202 551863.
At Druitts, we recognise that whether you are single, married, living together or in a Civil Partnership the welfare of your children must be safeguarded.
Our specialist family solicitor will endeavour to reach a solution which is in the best interests of the children and can advise you on the various orders a court can make in respect of children matters concerning your divorce or civil partnership dissolution.
It is also important to consider the guardianship of your children in your will.
An initial free discussion is available to assess your situation and advise you generally on what action you should be taking.
If you would like to discuss your situation then please contact Clare Cherry by email or telephone her on 01202 551863.