Phone A Divorce Lawyer

Phoning A Divorce Lawyer For The First Time: Book A Free Chat23rd Jan 2024

by Lindsey Arnold on 23rd Jan 2024

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Phoning a divorce lawyer is a huge step emotionally. More than ever, you need sympathetic, expert help to overcome feelings of apprehension, uncertainty, sadness, frustration and the sense of loss.

Every divorce, separation or dissolution of a civil partnership is unique. So it takes an experienced family lawyer to understand the nuances of your individual situation and tailor the best legal advice for you.

We listen patiently and empathise as you tell us sensitive information you may never have discussed with anyone else. We can help you determine how to move on with your life and care for your loved ones in the best way possible after the momentous changes you’ve had to endure.

Book A Free Phone Chat With A Family Lawyer


Your First Phone Call, And What Happens Next

When you phone us, we’ll offer you a meeting on a fixed-fee basis. So you’ll know in advance exactly how much it’ll cost.

There’s no clock running; no time limit on this meeting. We’ll be there to help you at that meeting for as long as it takes for us to understand your situation. We can then outline the various choices you have moving forward. However long that meeting takes, the fee will remain the same. 

After that first meeting, you’ll then have the opportunity to go away and think calmly about the advice we’ve given you. You can then decide whether you would like to instruct us to proceed and help you further. Divorce – like the original marriage – is a big step and you’ll need time to consider what you want to do next.


Call Or Email Our Experienced Family Lawyers 

Contact our family lawyers for sympathetic and expert legal advice:

Head of the Family Department, Richard Perrins (Partner, Broadstone) – an experienced family law solicitor. He qualified as a solicitor in 2009 and was made a Partner at Coles Miller in 2017. Richard has experience in handling County Court and High Court applications. His areas of expertise include divorce, dissolution of civil partnerships, children arrangements, finances and property, separation, mediation and dispute resolution, surrogacy/fertility law, LGBT law, cohabitation agreements, and pre-nuptial agreements.

Lindsey Arnold (Partner, Poole head office) – a highly experienced family lawyer who specialises in matters including divorce, dissolution of civil partnerships, separation, financial remedy proceedings, complex family law cases involving children, cohabitation agreements, adoption, pre/post-nuptial agreements, jurisdictional issues and family injunctions.

Anna Burton (Associate Solicitor, Bournemouth) deals with all types of family matters including divorce and civil partnership dissolution, matrimonial and non-matrimonial finances, separation agreements, private law children matters, special guardianship orders, protection from domestic abuse including non-molestation and occupation orders and change of name. Anna is experienced in complex children cases. She regularly conducts advocacy in the Family Court.

Sophia Haine (Solicitor, Broadstone) – has experience of divorce, matrimonial and non-matrimonial finances, separation agreements, pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements, non-molestation and occupation orders and change of name deeds.





This document is not intended to constitute and should not be used as a substitute for legal advice on any specific matter. No liability for the accuracy of the content of this document, or the consequences of relying on it, is assumed by the author. If you seek further information, please contact Managing Partner Neil Andrews at Coles Miller Solicitors LLP.