Divorce and Family

Divorce and Family Law

 

Family Law Solicitors Dublin

disclaimer; This article is purely for general knowledge purposes and is not an offer or a solicitation for business.

Increasingly today more and more people are experiencing relationship breakdowns which unfortunately and sadly end up in a divorce. The subsequent increase in stress levels that a relationship breakdown causes is clearly noticeable today and can have a strong negative effect on both the children and all concerned.

 
Initially as any solicitor will usually suggest possible reconciliation by recommending Accord or other organizations to try and save the marriage or the relationship. If that cannot be achieved, they will then be available to advise you as to your best way forward from that point on.
Their Family Law Solicitors Dublin firstly can offer up to date information and excellent advice by reassuring our clients and supporting, as much as possible, an amicable solution to the separation. Their Family Law Solicitors Dublin are also well known for their sensitive and conciliatory approach to relationship and marital breakdowns. They offer advice on all aspects of divorce law.

 
All of the members of their family law team are solicitors. Their team has many years of experience of Family Law. The members of their Team are available to advise you on all aspects of your breakdown, including all financial issues and children issues.

Family Solicitors
Their team is made up of hugely experienced Family Law Solicitors Dublin who can advise on all aspects of family law including children disputes, cohabitation disputes, non-molestation orders (injunctions), pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements, change of name deeds and many other issues.
They are young and dynamic and they appreciate the complexities of modern relationships. They approach all their clients from an even handed, unbiased perspective.
In summary, their family solicitors can advise on the following:

 
Divorce & Separation
Family Law
Financial & Property Settlements
Children’s Issues – residence, contact, prohibited steps and maintenance
Adoption
Domestic Violence
Child Care
Co-Habitation Agreements and Disputes
International Child Abduction
Collaborative Law
Pre-Nuptial and Post-Nuptial Agreements

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