Divorce Solicitors in Cheadle Hulme
Are you looking for divorce solicitors in Cheadle Hulme?
Look no further – at Helpline 4U our trustworthy, fully qualified divorce solicitors in Cheadle Hulme are here to help and support you.
As the legal process of bringing a marriage to an end, divorce involves the terminating or reorganizing of the legal duties and responsibilities that come with marriage.
Once we have clarified with you what your divorce will involve, our divorce solicitors in Cheadle Hulme will support you throughout the process and you up to date with all developments throughout the process.
Grounds for divorce
Before we can commence the divorce proceedings, we’ll need to understand your circumstances. You will be required to cite one of the following reasons for your divorce:
- Adultery – if your spouse has committed adultery, you will either have to prove this, or your spouse will have to agree to this.
- Behaviour – if you cannot live with your spouse due to their behaviour, you will need to provide examples of unreasonable behaviour they have exhibited. Your spouse does not have to consent to this.
- You and your spouse have been separated for a minimum of two years and both agree to file for divorce.
- You and your spouse have been separated for a minimum of five years. No consent is required for this.
- Desertion – you will need to show that your spouse has abandoned you for a minimum of two years without your consent or good reason.
You will need to confirm how long you have been married as you cannot begin divorce proceedings unless you have been married for more than 12 months.
You are also required to state why you consider that the marriage has irretrievably broken down i.e., that you can no longer be expected to continue with the marriage.
The long-awaited no-fault divorce has come into force. You must cite one of the reasons below for your divorce to support that the marriage has irretrievably broken down.
1. Adultery – you will have to prove this, or your spouse must agree to this.
2. Behaviour – this is the most commonly used ground for divorce. You will need to provide examples of unreasonable behaviour and why you cannot be expected to continue the marriage as a result. Your spouse is not required to consent to this.
3. Separated for 2 years and consents to the divorce.
4. Separated for 5 years, no consent is required.
5. Desertion – this is more than separation; it is complete abandonment and rarely used as a ground.
We realise that going through a divorce can be an unexpected or stressful event in your life. It can be a taxing and emotional experience and so, at Helpline 4U, we will be responsive to your needs throughout to ensure we resolve your dispute sensitively and efficiently with as little distress to you as possible.
We offer our service in Cheadle Hulme and the Manchester area and pursue all claims.
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