16th October 2018
Your first encounter with a divorce or family lawyer is likely to take place when your emotions are running high. You may be upset, angry, overwhelmed or confused – either way, you have taken the first big step and we want to ensure that you come away from the initial meeting feeling relieved and at ease with the new knowledge and understanding you have gained from speaking to a professional.
In order to make the most productive use of your solicitor’s time (and your money) the key is to be prepared. Here are some of our top tips for your first meeting with your solicitor;
Your first meeting with your Family Solicitor is an important step; perhaps one you have been putting off for a while, or are reluctant to take if a separation was not your decision. Either way you are sure to have lots of questions and even more anxieties! Our Solicitors are very understanding and will help put you at ease from the offset, aiming to provide you with reassurance, empathy and the confidence you need to take the next steps in your separation.
For further information on our intial Fixed Fee appointment or any other family matters please do not hesitate to contact our Family Team on 01256 844888.
The contents of this article are for the purposes of general awareness only. They do not purport to constitute legal or professional advice. The law may have changed since this article was published. Readers should not act on the basis of the information included and should take appropriate professional advice upon their own particular circumstances.
If you are need of professional, reliable legal advice, contact us today.
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