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Collins Solicitors Offers Free Advice as to Options Available for Divorce and Separation

Sessions Part of Family Dispute Resolution Week 25- 29 November 2013

As part of Family Dispute Resolution Week from 25th-29th November, coordinated by national organisation Resolution, Watford-based law firm Collins Solicitors is to offer individuals going through divorce or separation a free half-hour session to discuss the options available to them.

The one-on-one sessions will be held by one of the firm’s specialist lawyers in the family law team at Collins Solicitors.

They will discuss the different options available to those who are going through relationship breakdown – including mediation, collaborative law and arbitration – all of which can help people resolve their disputes as amicably as possible, and without lengthy and acrimonious court room battles.

Collins family lawyer Rebekah Gershuny comments: “It’s a minefield out there. Legal Aid has for the most part been removed for divorce proceedings and the majority of people just don’t know what options are available to them. Our plan is to offer a limited number of sessions to local people to help them to make informed decisions.”

Meetings are by appointment only and will be held during the week of 25th – 29th November 2013 at Collins Solicitors’ office, 20 Station Road, Watford, Herts, WD17 1AR. There will be no cost associated with these sessions.

For further information or to make an appointment please contact Rebekah Gershuny on rgershuny@collinslaw.co.uk or call her on 01923 223 324.

About Collins Solicitors:
Collins Solicitors is an established and well respected independent family owned and run firm. The firm is known for its Personal Injury, Family, Commercial and Property Law advice. For further information please go to www.collinslaw.co.uk

About Resolution:
Across England and Wales, Resolution has a membership of approximately 6,500 family law professionals who promote a non-confrontational constructive approach to resolving family disputes, in particular focusing on the needs of any children. For further information, go to www.resolution.org.uk