BBNM Law

Divorce & Separation


Whether you are married or in a civil partnership the breakdown of that relationship can be one of the most difficult things to deal with. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch at the earliest possible stage. Our qualified and accredited family law solicitors will work to remove as much stress from the process as possible. We can help with finances and arrangements for any children you may have.


The law in England and Wales prioritises finding agreement rather than fighting long battles at court. At BBNM Law our priority is to support you wherever possible towards an amicable settlement.

Where agreement can’t be reached we can represent you at court to help ensure that any settlement is fair and just. We have links with some of England’s best barristers and we can ask them to represent you if your case is complicated.

We can help you through separation or divorce, wherever you live. We have clients who work abroad, we assist them through telephone or video calls and we can represent them or arrange for a barrister to represent them at any court in England and Wales. 

The only restriction is that your marriage or civil partnership must have been established in England or Wales.

Do you live in London or the South East? We have a friendly and personal approach and you may enjoy fees that are lower than many London-based family lawyers!

We aim to help whether you live in Redcar or Reading, Middlesbrough or Margate. We have advised clients living or working in the Middle East and the United States.

Call us now for exceptional quality advice provided by legal experts who aim to ensure that your assets are safeguarded and that your family suffers as little as possible from the ending of your relationship.

Get in touch to learn why ‘online’ divorces can be a bad idea (remember we don’t charge for initial advice and any fees will be explained to you before you go any further).

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