6th January, 2012
January is the month best known for its New Year’s resolutions and fresh starts. For many couples with marital difficulties this means resolving to end their marriage by commencing divorce proceedings. It is predicted that the 20th January will be the busiest day in 2012 for divorce applications. It is known as “D-Day” (or “Divorce Day”).
Christmas often spells misery for unhappy couples and more time spent than usual with extended family and in-laws can magnify issues otherwise disguised by day to day life. Relationships can falter under the financial strain brought to bear by the costs of Christmas or be blown apart by the indiscretions of a spouse at an office party.
Couples often hold off from taking action until mid January to avoid spoiling the festive period for the children and to ensure that they are settled back into school. Then they seek legal advice and getting this from a specialist family lawyer is essential.
The experienced matrimonial team at Aaron & Partners is practised in dealing efficiently, yet sensitively, with the legal and emotional aspects of relationship breakdown to include; divorce, separation, financial matters, cohabitation disputes, children issues and domestic violence.
Our aim is to bring about as amicable, painless and stress-free a separation as possible. We will advise you of all your options and guide and support you through the process.
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