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Family Law Blog : Divorce lawyers

Comment on divorce & family law 

Why do I need a family lawyer to get a divorce?

divorce lawyer sat at wooden table with pen and paperwork.

You would think that the answer to this question is obvious, wouldn’t you? To advise on the law of course, but it is not as simple as that. Whilst there is the obvious benefit of having proper legal advice there are many other reasons to have a specialist family lawyer on your side.

Why become a family lawyer?

Family law solicitors talk about why they became family lawyers.

What connects these four statements: To Kill A Mockingbird; I wanted to help people; on a whim; and LA Law? They are all responses from Woolley & Co family lawyers to the question: What made you want to work in the legal profession?

Family lawyers taking sides

Family lawyers see both sides.

People in the legal profession have a bit of a bad reputation. Perhaps Shakespeare started it 500 years ago in Henry VI Part 2 when ‘Dick the Butcher’ suggested that to improve the country - ‘The First thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers’. It’s all too easy to find unpleasant quotes about lawyers that have been made in literature over the years. 

How to save time and money on your divorce

Money and time saved.

Getting divorced (or un-coupling as some celebs like to refer to it as), does not have to be either an expensive or lengthy exercise. I have been practising as a family lawyer for nearly 20 years so feel fairly confident that I have the experience and expertise to pass on some useful tips to help you save time and money if you are contemplating divorce.

12 common questions for divorce & family law solicitors

Questions divorce and family law solicitors are asked.

For family lawyers the approach of Christmas heralds a number of challenges and concerns. There’s the increase in calls from distressed parents unable to reach agreement about whether their children will spend Christmas Eve with them or their ex-partner. Then there’s the rush to complete and submit paperwork to the courts before the Christmas shut-down. And, not forgetting the, dare I say dread of the deluge of phone calls that tend to face every family lawyer in the first few working days of the New Year.

 

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