When relationships are experiencing problems, there is usually support and advice from both friends and family.
They can provide emotional support at this time but are unlikely to be able to contribute information of real value about Family Law and how it works, so be careful about acting on their advice on legal issues.
The breakdown of a relationship is emotional. However, emotional issues, no matter how strongly you feel about the treatment you may have received, or the injustice of what your former partner has done, should not be allowed to cloud the real reason that you are seeking legal advice. You have a legal problem to resolve and it will be resolved faster (and at less cost) if you focus on resolution rather than blame.
That is why a lawyer should stand back from emotion, look at the facts and apply their knowledge and experience to advise you what should be done. We will point you in the direction of a counsellor for psychological and emotional support to help you through these difficult times if that is what you need.
Hayes Gabriel Lawyers try to find the most simple and least stressful solution to your problem.