Our team of divorce lawyers in Scotland is based across our four offices in Aberdeen, Dingwall, Edinburgh and Glasgow. We can advise you on:
- whether your children will live with you or in a shared care arrangement
- what contact they will have with you if they are principally living with your former partner
- how your children will be supported financially; who will pay school fees, who will live in the family home
- where divorce/dissolution proceedings should be raised
- how your business assets will be treated on divorce
- how much financial support you will receive from or require to pay to your husband or wife or partner
Many of these issues can be considered, negotiated and agreed before you raise divorce or dissolution proceedings so that ultimately you are free to move on with a court action which is uncontested, respectful and civilised.
Divorce – let’s talk about it
As Scottish divorce lawyers, it is our job to understand the law, but it is also fundamental that we understand how people in Scotland think and feel about divorce. For the first time, we asked Scottish adults to share their opinions of divorce in a survey conducted by YouGov. In this report, we discuss the findings of the survey and, in particular, some of the disconnects and misconceptions about divorce and the process of getting divorced.
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Top 5 divorce myths
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