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1. Mullis & Peake Solicitors
Specialist advice from experienced practitioners on all aspects of family law, including:
separation, divorce, matrimonial finance, children (both public and private law) and domestic violence.

Member of the Law Society Children Panel, Law Society Family Law Panel and Solicitors Family Law Association.

Mullis & Peake is a well established, progressive firm with an excellent reputation of providing high quality legal services to meet the particular requirements of our clients both commercial and private. Having completed over one hundred years in the Romford area, we are pleased to count local families, small businesses and major companies with international operations, colleges, schools, charities and other institutions among our clients.

It is our belief that it is important to develop personal contact and to understand the nature of our clients? business. To achieve this, each client?s work is supervised by one partner who can call on the collective knowledge and experience of the firm as required. Technological progress is vital and our continuing investment in computer and information systems is recognised as a key resource in maintaining a fast and efficient service.
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Rating: [9.00]

2. Sanders & Co
The mechanics of obtaining a divorce nowadays are usually quite straightforward, particularly if the couple agree that the marriage is over. The difficulties tend to lie rather in resolving the related practical issues stemming from divorce such as how to separate, where to live, and arrangements for the children and any money matters.

Your attention will probably be concentrated on those related issues and the process of actually obtaining a divorce may seem blurred. The purpose of this overview is to outline a broad framework of the divorce process, to highlight key points and to set out the sort of timetable to expect.

You can decide to separate and govern your separation by an agreement, which can include an agreement to divorce following 2 years separation.

If you wish to go for divorce, it will depend upon your particular circumstances. It is often sensible to try to obtain your spouse?s consent to the petition and try to reach agreement over the contents of the petition. For example, if your spouse agrees that the petition should be based on unreasonable behaviour, only a brief outline of the particular behaviour may need to be given. Not saying all that might be said will generally not prejudice you.
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Rating: [10.00]

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