Our Matrimonial Solicitors in Wallasey covers a range of matters including;
- Money Issues
- Residence and Contact Orders
- Unmarried Couples
- Civil Partnerships
- Separation Deeds
- Domestic Abuse
- Pre-Nuptial Agreements / Cohabitation Agreements
- Change of Name Deeds
Relationship breakdowns can be complicated, stressful and life changing. The break-up of a relationship or a family is anything but straightforward and whilst your circumstances may not be unique, we appreciate they are to you. At 174 Law, our Matrimonial Solicitor in Wallasey has had vast experience with many different types of Divorce cases therefore can tailor their service to suit your needs. If you would like to know more about the process of a Divorce, visit our Matrimonial Solicitor in Wallasey and see how we can help you through this tough time and decide what’s best for your future. 174 Law’s Matrimonial Solicitor in Wallasey will also help you with obtaining direct agreements with your former partner because we are solution driven and will work with you to achieve your desired goals.
Another aspect that our Matrimonial Solicitor in Wallasey covers is money issues. With the price of living going up week by week, it is easy to find yourself in debt. Our Matrimonial Solicitor in Wallasey can offer the complete range of legal services to support and advise you through this difficult time.
Our Matrimonial Solicitor in Wallasey can also help you with Residence and Contact Orders previously referred to as the custody of children / arrangements for the children. Residence and Contact orders are terms which are used to describe the legal and practical relationship between a parent and their child. This includes the right of the parent to make decisions for the child and the parent’s duty to care for the child. Proceedings which involve issues of by Residence and Contact orders often generate the most spiteful disputes that our Matrimonial Solicitor in Wallasey deals with. For those parents that engage in litigation, there seems to be few limits as courts quickly fill with mutual accusations by one parent against the other including; sexual, physical and emotional abuse, brain-washing, parental alienation syndrome, sabotage and manipulation. Our Matrimonial Solicitor in Wallasey will assess your situation so their advice will all depend on what you and your children need. Our Matrimonial Solicitor in Wallasey offers extensive expertise in all aspects of Child Custody and arrangement of the children and will help you to identify which are the best options to take.
Parental Responsibility Agreements can also be arranged by our Matrimonial Solicitor in Wallasey. They are designed to give fathers legal recognition in law where children have been born outside of wedlock and where there name is not on the birth certificate. These can be created for those children born post December 2003 by 197 Law’s Matrimonial Solicitor in Wallasey.
If you are an unmarried couple and need advice the Matrimonial Solicitor at 174 Law can also help you. Everyone has different needs and we don’t expect you to fit into our way of working instead, we will try to fit in with yours. Our Matrimonial Solicitor in Wallasey can look at what you need right now and what sort of outcome you want for your future and also work with you to tailor the service you need, combining efficiency and value for money!
Civil Partnership is also another area of law that 174 Law’s Matrimonial Solicitor in Wallasey can help you with. Civil partnerships in the United Kingdom were granted under the Civil Partnership Act 2004 which gives same sex couples rights and responsibilities very similar to civil marriage. Civil partners are entitled to the same property rights as married opposite sex couples, the same exemption as married couples on inheritance tax, social security and pension benefits. Civil Partners also have the ability to get parental responsibility for a partner’s children as well as responsibility for reasonable maintenance of one’s partner and their children, tenancy rights, full life insurance recognition and next of kin rights in hospitals. There is also formal process for dissolving partnerships akin to divorce so please, contact our Matrimonial Solicitor in Wallasey for more details.
If you need a Matrimonial Solicitor in Wallasey to help you with separation deeds, 174 Law are the people to come to. Some married couples can often decide to go their own ways but not immediately feel the need to get a divorce. This could be for many reasons and each case is unique. However, it does leave both parties in a state uncertainty somewhat, unless measures are made to clarify the legal standing of the relationship. If this isn’t done disagreements can occur over possessions, household bills, how best to deal with joint assets and how best to help any children involved and that is when our Matrimonial Solicitor in Wallasey comes into effect. A separation deed is a legally binding contract and if you would like to know more about separation deeds, visit or Matrimonial Solicitor in Wallasey and they will be happy to assist you.
Our Matrimonial Solicitor in Wallasey can also help you with domestic abuse. Domestic abuse can take many forms, including physical aggression or assault or threats thereof; sexual abuse, emotional abuse, controlling or domineering, intimidation, stalking, neglect and economic deprivation. Contact our Matrimonial Solicitor in Wallasey today for help with domestic abuse issues.
If you need a Matrimonial Solicitor in Wallasey to help you with a prenuptial agreement then visit 174 Law’s office. A prenuptial agreement is a contract entered into prior to marriage, civil union or any other agreement prior to the main agreement by the people intending to marry or contract with each other. The content of a prenuptial agreement can vary widely, but usually includes provisions for division of property and spousal support in the event of divorce or breakup of marriage. Our Matrimonial Solicitor in Wallasey can also help you draw up a Cohabitation agreement which is an agreement where two people who are not married live together in an intimate relationship, particularly an emotionally or sexually intimate one on a long term or permanent basis.
The last service that 174 Law’s Matrimonial Solicitor in Wallasey can provide you with is a change of name on deeds. In England and Wales, such a deed may be registered in the Central Office of the High Court and advertised in the London Gazette. A change of name deed made on behalf of a minor must be approved by the Senior Master on behalf of the Master of the Rolls who will take into account the child’s best interests. Registration of deeds are regulated by the Enrolment of Deeds (Change of Name) Regulations 1994. If you would like to find out more about a change of name deed, contact our Matrimonial Solicitor in Wallasey for more information.