Divorce Lawyer in WilmslowIf you need a divorce lawyer in Wilmslow you are likely going through a very emotional time. This is when you really need someone who is at the top of their profession to help you. You need to be informed of your rights and those of your children. People make rash threats in the heat of the moment and you need to know that most of them are nonsense. We will make sure you are fully informed throughout the proceedings. Our duty is to make sure that you are safeguarded and we will fight for your rights. Divorce proceedings can be particularly nasty especially where children are involved. Both parents need to decide on schooling and other parental problems together. Having children together binds you as one for life.

Bitter recriminations and blame are often flung around a divorce court. In Wilmslow, divorce lawyers keep the emotions in check and will advise you on how to stick to the issues without the emotions interfering. A cool head is needed to sort out fair and equitable distribution of property and maintenance of the children. Visitation rights can be a contentious issue but need to be ironed out before finalising the divorce. You need to know what is expected of you and what you can expect to receive in financial terms. This is important as you need to get on with your life without worrying about how the children will be supported.

We are recognised as possibly the best practice for a divorce lawyer in Wilmslow. Contact BPS Family Law today to book an appointment with one of our highly qualified and professional team. Our company has over 60 years of experience serving the legal needs of residents in our area. We offer a number of family law services including matrimonial finance, child disputes, pre-nuptial agreements, and drawing up of wills plus many other family related legal issues. If a close relative is losing their mental capacity to look after their affairs we will help you to arrange a Power of Attorney so that their finances are looked after.  We also deal with contested probate relating to the administration of a deceased persons estate.