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BANGOR 74 High Street Tel 028 9147 5929 Fax 028 9147 5928 BELFAST 24-38 Gordon Street Tel 028 9043 4015 Fax 028 9043 4016 NEWTOWNARDS 2 Court Street Tel 028 9181 1538 Fax 028 9181 0532

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worthingtons have specialist family law practitioners who provide a full range of services in respect of matrimonial matters including:

Separation Divorce Court Financial Settlements Matrimonial Agreements Matters Pertaining to Children Adoption, Wardship and Care Proceedings Child and Spousal Maintenance Property Adjustment Orders Pension Sharing Domestic Violence Issues Co-habitation Rights

In certain circumstances, where money is to be received as a result of a financial settlement, we may agree to await payment of costs out of the proceeds of any such settlement. Alternatively we have a direct debit system by which you can pay a monthly amount towards your legal costs.

You will be able to contact us in writing, by telephone or by email. You will be given the email address of the person responsible for the day to day running of your file. We will send you copies of all correspondence and keep you continually informed and up dated on all progress made on your behalf. We will deal with your queries promptly and arrange appointments should you need to see us. We will return your phone calls or emails as soon as possible.

free initial consultation

Our family law specialists provide a 30 minute initial consultation free of charge. During the initial consultation we will advise you as to the options open to you, the procedure involved in any proceedings you may wish to take and we will advise you fully on any expenses you may incur or your entitlement to Legal Aid where appropriate.

make a will
If you are going through matrimonial proceedings it may well be that you require to make a new will or up date any existing will due to the change in your family circumstances. While your proceedings are ongoing, you will be able to make a will for yourself for a discounted fee. Making a will ensures your estate is distributed according to your wishes and can reduce the burden on family members in what can be a difficult and stressful time.

We will confirm our hourly rates at the outset of your proceedings to ensure that you are aware of all the costs involved. We provide regular fee information and interim billing arrangements so you will always be on top of your account.