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Need Help Navigating A Separation Agreement? Contact Heanor Based Broadbents Solicitors

Broadbents Solicitors have over 200 years of combined experience, all of which we bring to each new case we undertake. Originally known as Wilson & Son, we were first established in 1794 and have been serving the community’s legal needs ever since. We have now expanded, with 3 branches and a large team of highly qualified Solicitors who are dedicated to providing expert legal services locally to those based in Heanor.

We offer a wide range of legal services, with expertise in various areas of law. The areas that we cover include Family and Matrimonial Law, Children’s Law, Domestic Disputes, and much more. We also offer a 24-hour emergency pager service for those in need of urgent Police Station Representation. We believe that it is important that we are available to our clients exactly when they need us.

If you are considering a Separation Agreement, we strongly urge that you consult with a specialist Solicitor. We can help you to draw up the agreement, which is often a legally binding contract and consequently should be taken very seriously.

A Separation Agreement is often drawn up when a divorce has not been decided on, or if things become hostile during Divorce Proceedings, so we understand the delicate and sensitive nature of the situation you are in. Our experienced Family Solicitors will be there to guide you every step of the way.

At Broadbents Solicitors Broadbents, our highly trained team are dedicated to ensuring your needs are met throughout the legal processes. We always offer a warm welcome to everyone visiting our Heanor branch and treat each client with the utmost respect. We ensure that you always receive a professional service and understand the importance of adapting our service to suit your individual case. If you are considering a Separation Agreement, contact Broadbents Solicitors today to discuss your options.

With a branch in Heanor, you can contact us on 01773 769 891 to arrange an appointment. If preferred, you can use our handy online contact form so that one of our team can get in touch with you as soon as possible.

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