This article is lifted from Karens presentation at our first annual insolvency conference.
Our specialist team of bright family solicitors can help guide you through your no-fault divorce. We are experienced in providing tailored sympathetic advice to clients faced with complex financial and emotional situations.
No-fault divorce became law in April 2022, allowing people to solely or jointly apply for divorce without blaming their partner for the relationship breakdown.
Divorce is always a difficult step to take. You’ll likely have concerns regarding your financial, property and child arrangements.
At Frettens, we aim to address these concerns. Our specialist no-fault divorce solicitors are experienced in providing pragmatic advice for both sole and joint applicants in plain English.
We can help you with:
- No-fault divorce, sole & joint applications
- Collaborative Law
- Civil Partnership Dissolution
- Cohabitee disputes
- Children disputes
- Financial disputes
- Pre-nuptial agreements
- Cohabitation agreements
Free initial appointment
We offer all new clients a free initial appointment with one of our bright, down to earth family solicitors.
During this chat, we’ll discuss the circumstances of your divorce with you and provide you with some insight into the divorce process.
To speak with one of our friendly family solicitors, call us on 01202 499255 or fill out the form at the top of this page.
Find out more about no-fault divorce
We've written a selection of articles to help you find out more about no-fault divorce:
- Everything you need to know about No Fault Divorce
- How long does a no-fault divorce take?
- What are joint applications for divorce and how do they work?
- Can I do a no-fault divorce myself online?
- The new divorce terminology explained
If you still have questions on no-fault divorce, try looking through our FAQs section below..