Divorce, separation and finances

“Efficient, professional and cost conscious. They clearly provide a good value service to the clients.”

Chambers UK A Client's Guide to the Legal Profession 2016
Blake Morgan's specialist Divorce Solicitors can help you with your divorce proceedings. Located in London, Oxford and Southampton, our Solicitors can assist with your case efficiently.

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Divorce can be straightforward if both parties agree that the marriage is over. Difficulties arise in resolving how and when to separate, where to live, and the arrangements for children and finances.

We offer a constructive and professional approach to divorce and will help progress matters as quickly as possible.  We will be happy to discuss anything that is unclear or answer any further questions you may have.

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Please download our Divorce and Separation Guide for full information and frequently asked questions.

“A very personal service, I felt I really mattered and wasn't just another divorcee. Excellent communication and attention to detail. Good forward planning. A tightly run team who all knew who I was.”

Mrs C Oxford

“Thank you, sincerely, for the efficiency and manner in which you have concluded my divorce proceedings. Your professionalism has made, what has been a naturally difficult time, much easier to bear.”

A Client 2013

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Shake up to the divorce laws


Partner Simon Burge comments on whether the 'no fault' system development to divorce law proceedings goes far enough.

Family mediation signposting


Family mediation is one of the ways separating or divorcing couples can resolve matters relating to their finances and/or children.

Is Catholic separation set to become more straightforward?


Firstly, it is important to remember that a Catholic annulment confirms that there was no valid marriage in the eyes of the church.

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Justice Secretary David Gauke has announced that no-fault divorce will be introduced as soon as parliamentary time becomes available.

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Research shows that divorced women are financially far worse off than their married counterparts

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The silver divorce

Divorce is unpleasant at the best of times but when you are merely a few years away from an anticipated happy retirement with your spouse it is particularly galling to find yourself in the midst of marital difficulties.

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A look at different scenarios and the court's approach, endorsing the option of family mediation.

Client guide: Final hearings in financial remedy proceedings

A client guide to final hearings in financial remedy proceedings.