Separation and Divorce

Divorce or dissolution is the legal process that ends a marriage or civil partnership. The breakdown of any relationship can be incredibly unsettling, and even when both parties agree to separate, it can be an emotionally overwhelming time.

Our team of family lawyers at Berlad Graham LLP have both the sensitivity and expertise to help you. We are committed to offering the highest levels of service and support to guide you through what is required for a successful separation.

All of our lawyers adopt a conciliatory approach to proceedings and seek to resolve matters with as little stress and conflict as possible. Our family solicitors are all members of Resolution, an association of over 6,500 family justice professionals in England and Wales who believe in a constructive, non-confrontational approach to family matters or the Law Society Panel (Advanced Level).

If you are looking for advice and guidance on your divorce and want to discuss your next steps, please call Berlad Graham LLP today on 0330 175 5655. 

Divorce And Civil Partnership Dissolution Specialists

Berlad Graham are here to help you every step of the way and make your divorce or civil partnership dissolution as easy as possible. Our sensitive and reliable team can support you with the following:

  • Getting a no-fault divorce.
  • Civil partnership dissolution.
  • Financial arrangements.
  • Child arrangements.
  • Separation agreements.
  • Prenuptial Agreements.
  • Cohabitation Agreements.

At Berlad Graham LLP, we try to resolve any divorce or civil partnership dissolution as amicably and quickly as possible. Our preference is to help our clients arrange fair financial settlement and co-parenting plans out of Court, thereby avoiding lengthy, expensive Court proceedings that can be very stressful.

Getting A No-Fault Divorce

On 6 April 2022, a new key piece of legislation came into force in the UK, which means that couples can now agree to a ‘no-fault divorce’. The new divorce law was introduced to reduce conflict amongst divorcing couples by removing the ability to make allegations about a spouse’s conduct. Under the reformed legislation, couples can obtain a divorce without the need to provide a reason for their decision.

The new divorce law is designed to offer couples a smoother and more streamlined divorce process. If you need more information about no-fault divorce, call our family lawyers today on 0330 175 5655, and they can guide you through the process.

The dissolution of a civil partnership is treated in much the same way as a no-fault divorce, meaning that under the new legislation, couples will not need to provide a reason to dissolve their civil partnership.

No-fault divorce will reduce conflict, meaning couples can focus more on important issues like children, property and finances.

Separation Agreements

If you and your partner do not wish to divorce or dissolve your civil partnership, other options are available. One of the more common is an informal separation agreement, which records your decision about your finances, arrangements for any children and/or future divorce proceedings in a Deed of Separation document.

Divorce Solicitors Uxbridge, Hereford, and Shropshire

To speak to our friendly, experienced, professional divorce lawyers in Uxbridge, Hereford, and Shropshire today, please call 0330 175 5655 or email