Calls for divorce laws to change
- September 14, 2017
- No comments
Divorce is often bitter, messy and acrimonious. One reason is the law itself. The need for a spouse to mud-sling and lay blame is embedded in the “fault-based” system, long opposed by lawyers and judges but still unchanged.
The topic will soon be thrust back into the political arena. Ayesha Vardag, a top family lawyer, is launching a campaign for all divorce to be no-fault at the Conservative Party conference next month.
She will speak on a panel with MPs including Richard Bacon, who has introduced a private member’s bill on the issue.
WE ARE HERE TO HELP YOU
We appreciate that contacting a family lawyer to discuss divorce, separation or child custody can be daunting. We have many years of experience and built a strong reputation for providing clear advice that is aimed at helping you through your difficult time. Speaking to our Solicitors will help to bring clarity about your situation.
Whatever the problem we will provide a sympathetic and practical approach to help you resolve the situation and move on with your life.
These are complex issues and will involve huge personal and financial decisions to be made. We can provide expert legal advice in the areas of divorce, separation, child contact and residence disputes.
Contact our friendly and trusted solicitors today.
For further information please give us a call on 028 8224 3621 or email: email@example.com