Military Divorce Solicitors
When you are in the military, there may be added pressures involved that could potentially lead to a breakdown of the relationship.
Although the legal process of divorce is the same, there are often more complexities involved, such as military pensions, complex child arrangements and matters regarding child or spousal maintenance.
We understand this can be a difficult time, which is why our team of Solicitors are on hand to provide bespoke advice, tailored specifically to your individual needs and requirements.
We offer a 10% reduction on our hourly rates for serving members of the military and have also created a series of fixed-price consultation meetings with a no questions asked money-back guarantee promise.
For an initial discussion and a no-obligation quote, get in touch with us today by simply calling us on 01234 343134 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and a member of our team will get back to you.
Military Pensions differentiate from other pensions and in some cases, they may be the primary asset in a marriage.
There are a variety of different types of pensions available to members of the military, therefore it is important that you seek professional advice before deciding how to proceed with your divorce.
Our Divorce Solicitors will be able to offer you advice on the following:
- Military pension attachment orders: where a set amount is agreed and paid out regularly to the former spouse
- Military pension offsetting: where the member of the armed forces retains the value of their pension, and the spouse receives a larger share of the matrimonial assets
- Military pension sharing orders: where a former spouse of the service personnel is included in their pension scheme upon divorce
The option which will be most suitable for you will depend on your individual circumstances, the length of your marriage, and whether you require the capital now or later.
Due to the nature of military life, child arrangements can differ significantly in comparison to a civilian divorce.
As military personnel can be deployed at any time, it is important that you have suitable child arrangements to provide stability and continuity for your child or children.
If you are experiencing difficulties with your former partner or are finding it challenging to agree on contact times and arrangements, then our solicitors can help you and your former spouse work together to create an arrangement.
If you or your former partner have been posted abroad and you decide to divorce or separate, this could mean that your children may not be able to continue living in service accommodation or even in the same country as one parent.
How to get in contact
We understand that finding a solicitor that you feel understands your own specific situation can be a daunting task. For a free initial discussion and a no-obligation quote, get in touch with us today by simply calling us on 01234 343134 or email us at email@example.com and a member of our team will get back to you.
We can help clients remotely from our network of offices across the country.
Fixed Fee Divorce
When you are getting divorced it can feel as if you are surrounded by uncertainty; over the child and parenting arrangements, where you will live, what you will get or pay in spousal maintenance, or how best to split any finances and assets. With a fixed fee divorce, the stress is reduced to give you the confidence to start creating a new future for yourself and your family.
Did you know… mediation allows you and your former partner to explore ideas about what your future may look like after separating and find common ground, without the anxiety of court proceedings, which could potentially save you time, money and of course stress?
When trying to reach a divorce financial settlement with your ex-partner it can be hard to know where to start. Our family law solicitors can help you understand your rights and options so you can secure a divorce financial settlement that meets your needs.
When you are separating or divorcing, the priority for you as a parent is to sort out the arrangements for your children. You want to do the best for your children in what can be an emotionally challenging and testing time.
We understand that when relationships break down, life can become difficult. We know that thinking about a separation can be very upsetting and disruptive.
We understand that if you are unmarried and your relationship breaks down you may be confused about the best way forward.
If you are experiencing domestic violence or abuse, we understand that you will be upset, and might find it difficult to discuss what is happening to you.
Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) offers family clients creative and flexible ways to put an end to their differences, without the added cost, delay and stress of going to court.
We advise on high net worth divorce and family arrangements. Our specialist family solicitors have the expertise and experience to help you resolve family law issues where there is high net worth, international connections, or a public profile to safeguard.
If you are not getting to see your grandchildren our family law solicitors can help you understand your legal rights and explore ways to make sure that you can get to see more of your grandchildren.
Whether you need spousal maintenance, or you are being asked to financially support your ex-wife or husband, spousal maintenance can be an emotive topic and a hard area to resolve.
Pensions on divorce need careful consideration whether you are nearing retirement or have some time to go before you plan to stop working. We recommend that you seek expert legal settlement advice from specialist family law solicitors so you understand your pension options on divorce and how best to achieve a fair divorce financial settlement.
Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements
If you are planning on getting married you should think about signing a prenuptial agreement. You do not need to have significant wealth to benefit from securing the peace of mind and security a prenuptial agreement provides.
Together We Part Service
We are often asked by couples who are separating whether they can both have the same solicitor. They know that they need legal advice on some of the issues arising from their separation, whether it be finance or children. But they are afraid that involving lawyers on each side will lead to increased conflict and drawn-out disputes, as well as to significant costs.
Family Solicitors for Police
We understand that the nature of police work can put extraordinary pressure on family life and you need advice to ensure that your family related issues are resolved as quickly, and efficiently as possible.
Family Solicitors For NHS Staff
Nobody ever expects to have family problems, but when they do occur you will want somebody to help you resolve them, swiftly and amicably.