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Divorce Lawyers In Inverness & The Highlands 

The end of a marriage or civil partnership can be a very difficult time, not only for the separating parties but also for any children. There are often a number of matters that require being resolved before it is possible to secure the final outcome of a divorce or separation. We specialise in all types of divorce, dissolution and separation so whatever your situation, we are here to assist you. This may include financial, property and child welfare-related issues. We will discuss your circumstances with complete discretion and understanding before exploring the best options for you, helping to make the process as straightforward and painless as possible. 

In any separation or divorce, the division of finances can be a complicated and difficult task. This may be due to there being several assets or debts/liabilities owned jointly, or in your sole names which will require to be untangled and divided on divorce or dissolution. We will help you to work through the complex legalities of these matters to make the process as smooth as possible. Our team of divorce and separation lawyers in Inverness, but available throughout the Highlands and Islands, including Thurso, Caithness, Moray, Nairn, Ross-shire, Skye, Stornoway, Sutherland and Orkney, means geography doesn't have to be an obstacle during an already challenging time.

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For more information on our divorce and separation services please phone our Divorce Lawyers in Inverness on 01463 795 035 or click here to complete our Family Enquiry formYour initial discussion with us is free.

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Your Local Expert Family Lawyers

Grant Hassan

Grant provides family law services across the Highlands and Islands of Scotland. He provides advice on all aspects of family law, most commonly involving separation and divorce, financial provision, child maintenancecohabitationpre & post nuptial agreementscohabitation agreementsresidence, contact, relocationadoption and protective remedies. He firmly believes that it can be advantageous for individuals to resolve their disputes without the use of litigation in the first instance. Find out more.

Grant Hassan

Grant Hassan

Family Law Associate

Natalie Bruce

Natalie provides advice on all aspects of family law, including child contact and residence disputesadoptionseparation, divorce, dissolution of civil partnerships, pre and post nuptial agreements and cohabitation. Natalie understands that seeking advice about family matters can often be difficult, however, she works closely with clients to understand their circumstances and what they wish to achieve. Find out more.

Natalie Bruce

Natalie Bruce

Family Law Solicitor

Frequently Asked Questions about Divorce, Dissolution and Separation

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How to safeguard your business interests on divorce

In recent years we have witnessed a number of high profile divorces in the press, including that of Scottish businessman Duncan Bannatyne who has since disclosed that he regrets having not entered a pre-nuptial agreement (the lack of which is estimated to have cost him in the region of £345 million!)

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5 Key Points when dealing with Pensions on Divorce in Scotland

Pension interests can, collectively, be the highest valued assets that someone owns. Careful consideration must be given to what extent they should be regarded as matrimonial property for divorce and separation purposes. A failure to identify pension interests or to correctly apportion a pension value may have drastic long term implications for either spouse on divorce.

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Top 10 tips for "silver separators" as separation rises among 50 plus age group

A recent article on Radio 2 highlighted that although the divorce rate in the UK is falling for the first time in years, separation is on the rise among the 50 plus age group, with this phenomenon birthing the new term "silver separators". The reasons postulated as causing this trend are many and varied. Life expectancy has increased for both men and women. People in an unhappy relationship may wish to enjoy their remaining years free of an unhappy marriage. 

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Who gets the dog? What happens to man’s (and woman's) best friend in a separation or divorce?

As a divorce lawyer I am often asked how we deal with people fighting over their children and, perhaps to a lesser extent, their money. However, the arrangements in relation to a family pet can be just as problematic to resolve as all the more obvious difficulties a couple faces in a separation.

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The big differences between divorce and separation in Scots law

 Whilst some people may have losing weight or stopping smoking at the top of their New Year's resolutions list, others may have separation on their mind given that January to March are said to be the months when couples are most likely to separate.

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Never mind marrying a footballer, England should aspire to Scotland's divorce system

Family lawyers in Scotland have watched with interest these last few months as the Courts in England have made decisions which have caused consternation in England. Only a few months ago, Baroness Deech, chair of the Bar Standards Board, commented that the English divorce system sends out a message to girls that they should "aspire to marrying a footballer".

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