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Matrimonial & Divorce

We offer an extensive range of matrimonial and divorce services here at Dodds, and have a dedicated team of specialist family law and divorce solicitors who will deal with your case sensitively and individually.

Call our friendly advisors on 0116 201 8566

Why Choose Us?

  • Over 30 years’ experience in all aspects of legal cases
  • A team of highly experienced solicitors
  • Comprehensive service and extensive experience

Separation, Divorce and Financial Arrangements

Separation and divorce is a difficult time; one with financial insecurity which can be even more challenging when there are children involved.

Dodds Solicitors have a team of highly skilled solicitors who specialise in cases involving these complex issues.

Our Family Solicitors are accredited with Resolution and the Law Society and we undertake private and publically funded work as an approved supplier by the Legal Aid Agency (LAA).

Our team are able to advise on all aspects of separation and divorce including the financial settlement/award, the divorce process, civil partnership dissolution, separation agreements and the arrangements for the children. The team are all well versed advocates and can assist you in negotiating a settlement or representing you in court depending on how your case progresses.

We give clear costs estimates which are regularly reviewed to give you peace of mind and our approach to billing is uncomplicated and hassle-free.

For those on lower incomes, we are an approved Legal Aid Agency supplier of publicly funded services and provide free Legal Aid assessments.

Cohabitation (Living Together) and Nuptial Agreements

If you are thinking about getting married, moving in with your partner or you already live together but want financial security, it may be worthwhile considering a pre-nuptial agreement or cohabitation agreement.

Cohabitation agreements allow you and your partner to plan for the future and if there were a separation, to have peace of mind as to your respective financial positions. They can be particularly useful when one party is contributing more towards the household or to the initial purchase amount, than the other.

Pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements are a clear indication of the parties’ intentions and are a good way of protecting pre-acquired wealth or inheritance.

If you would like more information on our services please feel free to contact us on 0116 201 8566.

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