Serving Bristol & Surrounding Areas
The decision to divorce is one of the most important decisions that you may have to take.
It is very important that you obtain practical and realistic advice from a Divorce solicitor regarding the process and the consequences.
Our team of Bristol family law solicitors are on hand to support you.
- Divorce is still not automatic in law
- You will need to justify a request for a divorce to the Court
- This needs to be sufficient to prove the irretrievable breakdown of the marriage
- We get a lot of common questions about divorce so we’ve listed them in our Divorce Frequently Asked Questions page here
- You can find out about Fixed Fee Divorces here
What did Ms HS from Yate, Bristol think?
"I truly believe the successful conclusion of my matrimonial matters was down to Bevan Evemy Solicitors. To say my divorce was complex, and an up and down rollercoaster is an understatement. The professional approach, along with the natural gentle calming nature made the situation a lot more bearable. Bevan Evemy’s expertise and knowledge throughout was outstanding, and they always explained complicated court procedures in laymen’s terms and was extremely supportive, nothing was too much trouble. They always went 'above and beyond'."
Thinking of separation before divorce?
If you are thinking of separation we would still recommend that you talk to our divorce solicitors as soon as possible as acting without advice at this early stage can limit your options further down the line, should you choose to divorce in the future.
Many people divorcing or separating will find that the negotiations focus on the division of property and finances. Here at Bevan Evemy, our divorce solicitors have considerable experience in helping to achieve a financial settlement that takes into account, the personal circumstances and needs of individual couples.
If you have children who are still dependent upon you, you may need advice about the practical arrangements for their care and support and to look for arrangements to be put in place about where they will live and what relationship they will have with their other parent.