When relationships break down, sometimes divorce can be the best solution for everyone concerned.
We know that the prospect can be both distressing and daunting, that is why speaking to an experienced divorce solicitor at your earliest opportunity can help to clarify things, giving you a better idea of the picture ahead.
Even if your situation improves or you change your mind, it is important that you understand your rights and obligations with regard to property and financial provision, as well as the rights of any children, should you go on to divorce. You can speak to us in confidence and explore your options to ensure you are fully equipped with the information you need.
It also means you will have a team of expert family lawyers behind you, supporting you, and understanding your situation should you decide to make the break. Sometimes it is just good to know we are here if you need us.
Call us today to arrange an appointment 0141 374 2121 or email email@example.com
For over 40 years, Scullion LAW has helped the people of Scotland through the divorce process from our bases in Hamilton, Glasgow West End and Saltmarket. We offer a down to earth, practical approach to legal issues, putting our clients’ and their loved ones’ needs first at every turn.
Your options will be fully explained to you at every stage, so that you are assured you are making an informed choice, and a choice that suits your needs and circumstances.
Scullion LAW are committed to providing a superior level of client care, providing solutions tailored to your unique circumstances.
We understand that often the most difficult and personally stressful issue is that of residence and contact for any children. We will work tirelessly to resolve any issues as swiftly and effectively as possible, so that you can move forward with your life and have peace of mind. At Scullion LAW, we care about you, your future and your family.
To obtain a divorce in Scotland, it is necessary to establish that the marriage has broken down irretrievably based on one of the following options; adultery, unreasonable behaviour, one year’s separation with the other spouse’s consent or two years’ separation.
Where there are no children or financial issues involved and the parties have lived apart for the relevant period, it may be possible to apply for a divorce under the simplified procedure.
We understand that litigation is not only stressful, but also costly, which is why we limit any contact with courts, instead working to solve your legal issues by negotiation and mediation where possible.
Our Divorce Lawyers are highly accomplished in achieving the results you need for your family to move on because we listen and we care. We pride ourselves in delivering a service which allows you to be open and relaxed, at the same time providing you with sound, uncomplicated legal advice without judgement.
We are fully aware that legal fees can often be a concern that is why we make sure our fees are fair, reasonable and transparent. If you have any questions regarding fees please speak to us 0141 374 2121.
You should feel confident with the service you receive and allow us to help you relax, focusing on what matters most to you and your family during this time of great change.
It is never too early to seek advice.
Our Divorce Solicitors aim to make your experience with us a positive one and we pride ourselves on being open and approachable at all times.
If you are thinking about divorce, call our expert Divorce Lawyers today to explore your options.
We offer a fixed fee consultation at the reduced rate of £150 plus VAT. Our fresh approach to legal services, mixed with our open and friendly service has helped us to earn our excellent reputation in the Glasgow, West End and Hamilton area.
We regularly serve clients in Glasgow, Hamilton, Bearsden, Bishopbriggs Milngavie, Bothwell, East Kilbride, Giffnock, Strathaven and Thorntonhall and across the West of Scotland. Call us at our offices in Glasgow and Hamilton on 0141 413 4211.
105 Cadzow St
730 Dumbarton Road
0141 413 9076