Solicitors For Divorce In Barnet

Solicitors For Divorce In Barnet

Divorce is painful for all parties involved, there’s seldom a winner and more often than not, this is a costly and hurtful process. Dealing with the emotional turmoil of a relationship breakdown is never easy.

At MHHP we aim to have the best divorce solicitors in Barnet to help you through this emotional rollercoaster. We want to make this procedure as pain free as possible by offering a respectful and sympathetic service that has your best interests at heart.

We’re the family law specialists, ready to help you at every step of the way. From the filing of the divorce petition to obtaining the final decree, you are supported throughout the process by a highly experienced divorce solicitor.

Seek our guidance and we’ll give you the expert legal advice you require, we can also look at other alternatives, such as judicial separation or annulment if this is the course of action you’d prefer to take.

We specialise in:

  • Divorce
  • Financial Aspects of separation
  • Children and access issues
  • Pre and post nuptial agreements

Submit your enquiry today

Our family law solicitors understand how difficult it can be to take the first steps towards divorce proceedings. It’s not easy, but if you feel that you have reached this stage in your relationship, we’re here to listen and provide you with knowledgeable legal advice.

For help, advice, or if you don’t know which way to turn right now, contact Tayo Taylor for a chat and more information.

Your initial, informative half-hour consultation is only £60 plus VAT. Find the answers you have been looking for, today!

Divorce FAQs

The length of the divorce process can vary depending on the specific circumstances of the case and what is being divided up between the two parties. In general, the process can take several months to a year or more to complete.
Typically the person who files for divorce is responsible for paying the court fees. Couples do have the choice to split costs in what is called a ‘joint application’.

However, depending on the financial situation of both parties, yes, both parties may be required to pay for their divorce. If one party is in a significantly better financial situation than the other. then usually that person pays for the majority of the costs associated with the divorce.

Any debts acquired before or during the separation like child support and spousal support payment must be paid jointly by both parties or relatively separated between the two parties.

Typically all fees are agreed upon upfront. During your initial consultation, our divorce solicitors will discuss fees for court proceedings. As each case is unique, costs can vary greatly, which is why our solicitors will take you through each and every step.