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When things go wrong in relationships, it can be difficult to focus on the practical issues arising from the separation. We aim to provide our clients with practical and sensitive advice in relation to all aspect of their separation from financial matters through to childcare issues. We recognise that at such an anxious time, you will need advice on the legal options open to you, delivered with the reality of your own situation in mind. We aim to provide our clients with practical solutions to the issues which confront them in such situations. We aim to ensure that our clients emerge from what will undoubtedly be a stressful period in their lives equipped as well as possible to progress.

It is not always necessary to proceed to court- indeed, in many cases an application to court will be a last resort, only pursued when a negotiated settlement cannot be achieved. In relation to financial matters in particular, we aim to assist by promptly and efficiently resolving financial issues by way of a written Separation Agreement. Such an Agreement can regulate what should happen to matrimonial property and determines matters such as what should happen to the family home. A Separation Agreement can also make provision for the payment of ongoing spousal and child maintenance post-separation.

Contact our Separation and Divorce or Dissolution of Civil Partnership Solicitor in Glasgow, David Doig

Where it is not possible to negotiate settlement, we are happy to progress matters through court and will assist and advice along every step of that progress. To speak to one of the best family lawyers in Glasgow, contact us on 0141 530 1360.

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