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We are Austin Kemp Solicitors – specialist divorce solicitors with client meeting offices located in Hull. We focus on complex finance divorce cases. By delivering strategic advice which is high quality, focused and consistently excellent we maintain an outstanding success record.

To learn more about our expert approach to divorce law – click here.

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Why use our Divorce Solicitors and Family Lawyers in Hull for your Divorce?

We are Austin Kemp Solicitors – specialist divorce solicitors and family lawyers with client meeting offices located in Hull (HU1 3ES). We focus on complex finance divorce cases. By delivering strategic advice which is high quality, focused and consistently excellent we maintain an outstanding success record.

As one of the Hull’s leading expert divorce solicitors and family lawyers, we are committed to getting you the outcome you want and we know how important it is to be listened to. You will be assigned a specialist lawyer for your case, and they will be available to answer all of your questions and re-assure any concerns.

To learn more about our expert approach to divorce law – click here.

 

How can our Divorce Solicitors and Family Lawyers in Hull help you?

Our Hull based divorce solicitors and family lawyers help clients from Hull and the surrounding area with a range of legal issues, including:

 

How can solicitors help to reduce conflict during divorce?

Divorce can be a difficult time for everyone involved. Emotions run high and discussions between the two parties can sometimes be fraught with tension. Even those who are parting on the most amicable terms can, at times, find that during the divorce process, they are in tense conversations with their spouse.

Involving solicitors may seem like a way to fuel, rather than to reduce, the conflict. This couldn’t be further from the truth.  A good divorce solicitor should work with you to make the divorce process as pain-free as possible, so that you can work towards planning your future following your divorce.

 

Making sure you are fully informed of your options

Part of the stress that stems from the divorce process is the entering of the unknown.

Being aware of your options and making fully informed decisions about the next steps, can help to take away some of this anxiety. This, in turn, can often result in conversations with the other party being more focused and hopefully more productive.

 

Collaborative law enables couples to work together, rather than against each other

Solicitors (and legal processionals in general) have a reputation of fighting against the other side. We often see legal dramas where barristers are battling it out in court, or solicitors are arguing with the other side in lengthy legal struggles.

Collaborative law, where you, your spouse and your respective solicitors meet to discuss your divorce, has been designed to help both parties to work together to reach an agreement, rather than against each other.

Working towards an agreement about child arrangements or your financial settlement in this way, will hopefully help to reduce the conflict that is inherent when two people feel as if they are fighting on different sides.

 

Court should normally be seen as a last resort

Asking a judge to decide your financial settlement can be both time consuming and costly. What’s more, court battles can often be acrimonious and can serve to heighten conflict between the two parties.

Usually, court should only be viewed as an option when nothing else has worked.

A good divorce solicitor should do everything they can to help you to reach an agreement outside of court. At the same time, they should be prepared to go to court, should the need arise.

 

Tailor-made solutions for you

There is no ‘one-size-fits-all’ divorce. Solicitors can help you to find solutions that work for your circumstances.

Whether that’s mediation, collaborative law, solicitor-led negotiation or going to court, your solicitor should work closely with you to find the best solution for your situation.

 

Reducing conflict during divorce

Divorce does not have to be acrimonious. Reducing conflict throughout the divorce process can not only benefit the two parties involved in the proceedings, but also make the process less stressful for any children. A good solicitor should work with you to ensure that the process is as conflict-free as possible.

 

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Free Consultation 01482 256 010

Hull Office:  Norwich House,

Savile Street, Hull, HU1 3ES

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