No fault divorce with LGFL
The new no-fault divorce process is here, the biggest change in divorce laws for decades.
For the first time, you will be able to divorce your spouse without needing to allocate blame.
BUT no-fault divorce is not a ‘quick online divorce’. You still need to make important decisions for you and your children, including financial settlements, child arrangements, what happens to the family home, and more.
That’s why you need to take legal advice as early as possible. At LGFL, we’ll help you understand the implications of splitting up for you, your family and your future.
Call us on 01189 735521 or book your initial fixed-fee consultation here, for clear and understandable legal advice on no fault divorce. We provide transparent fees and a nationwide service, but not legal aid.
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The LGFL approach
Divorce is going digital, and this can make the new system seem cold and impersonal. No fault divorce also removes the opportunity to “officially” tell your side of your divorce story.
At LGFL, we are the personal face of divorce, taking into consideration your circumstances and your emotions. We listen with empathy and suggest pragmatic strategies towards achieving the best possible outcome for you. We’ll also suggest practical ways to allow you to divorce with less emotional stress or anxiety.
Contact us to discuss divorce in complete confidence, either in person or online via secure video link:
* For new, qualifying clients. Terms and conditions apply.
Key changes with no fault divorce
As specialist divorce lawyers with a child-centred approach, LGFL are up to speed and ready to help you separate under the new no-fault divorce process.
These include a simple statement of “irretrievable breakdown”, new joint divorce applications and a minimum 26-week timescale. For more details:
- Read “No fault divorce is coming – 5 things you need to know”
- Discover more about our approach to divorce and separation
If you want to be amongst the first to benefit from no-fault divorce, contact us now. We’ll talk through the best approach for you and your family, and get your divorce process underway under the new system.
Call us at LGFL Ltd to for an appointment on 01189 735521, or request your initial 1-hour fixed fee advice session for qualifying clients. (Terms and conditions apply.)