Practical Separation & Divorce Advice

We give divorce advice to families in Oxfordshire, Warwickshire, Gloucestershire & the Cotswolds

Cotswold Family Law are specialist family law solicitors so we give you divorce advice to make the process easier.

During your initial appointment, either in Brailes or in Banbury, you can explain your situation to us and the impact of your relationship breakdown. Then we can explore different options with you. We always consider the best outcome for you and your family and we take a balanced approach in our divorce advice for men and women. You might find our blog on equality in divorce interesting as it explains some of the considerations that we work through with our clients.

Ian Davies is a member of Resolution. This organisation is committed to the constructive resolution of family disputes.  Please view the short video below for more information about the approach we take to helping you and your family.

Divorce – your questions

Clients, naturally, will have lots of questions about the divorce process. You must be married in excess of a year before you can start divorce proceedings. We explain the different stages and the decisions you will need to make. You will have to make lots of important decisions but we will advise you on each one.

Stages of Divorce outlines the legal process to obtain a divorce.

Reasons for Divorce sets out the legal basis for divorce.

Divorce Settlements gives a brief overview of how your assets will be treated when you divorce.

Divorce Costs gives general information about the costs involved with getting divorced.

If you are unsure about your options, your can read Resolution’s overview options for getting divorced on our website. We also have their guide to arbitration and advice on mediation available for you.

There is more information about Resolution on their website:
Resolution – your options outlined
Arbitration advice
Mediation advice

You can call us on 01608 686590 or email to arrange a confidential conversation with our family law solicitors.