There is a commonly held belief that couples are automatically divorced after being separated for 7 years. This notion is wrong.
Divorce And Separation
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Many parents struggle with the idea that a court can tell them what the parenting arrangements for their child are and when they can see their child.
In the UK, there is a common misconception that if you separate from your husband or wife for several years your marriage is automatically annulled.
If you are splitting up from your husband or wife, you may assume that everything will be split 50/50 in your divorce settlement. That is not always the case.
At Fullers Family Law, we understand that going through a divorce can be a confusing and emotionally distressing process. With our managed divorce service, our team will prepare all necessary divorce paperwork on your behalf, liaise with the court, and provide you with regular updates as to how your divorce is progressing.
Financial settlement and child contact negotiations after a separation or divorce can often hit a point where progress stalls, resulting in an impasse. It's crucial to find effective ways to break through these deadlocks to reach an agreement so you do not end up in protracted family law court proceedings.
Do you dread trying to sort out taking your children away on holiday because your former partner always says no? Has your ex-partner refused to agree to you taking your children on holiday, whether it is camping in the UK, a summer holiday abroad or a Christmas city break? Holiday disputes can spoil the joy of planning and booking a holiday with your children. Our family solicitors can help you sort out holiday disputes wherever you are planning to visit.
It can be hard to come to terms with a marriage breakdown when a husband or wife deserts you or leaves a marriage unexpectedly without any obvious reason. When you have been abandoned it can make it harder to sort out a divorce or to obtain a financial order.