It is still a sad fact of life that divorce is here to stay.
In recent years, statistics have suggested that almost half of UK marriages will end in failure. The real cost of the relationship breakdown is not merely financial, but also emotional, however anyone who has been through the divorce process will know how costly court battles can be. However, one cannot ignore that it is not divorce itself but the way in which you divorce which takes the heaviest toll. For those divorcing it is both a personal and emotional upheaval. A bad divorce can leave a lasting mark not only on the parties but on the children and the immediate extended family and support network. It is therefore why we, at Marsden Rawsthorn, provide a service for those who wish to commit to adopting a non-confrontational approach to their divorce and can be assisted in having their divorce process assisted by a collaborative process.
Relocation represents key moment in Lancashire law firm’s history. Leading Lancashire law firm Marsden Rawsthorn has relocated all three of its Preston offices to a single, purpose-built office in Fulwood. The legal teams working out of the Lune Street (Preston), Harris Knowledge Park (Fulwood) and Ribblesdale Place (Preston) have moved to their new state-of-the-art premises...
Leading Lancashire solicitors, Marsden Rawsthorn is putting Chorley at the heart of plans to create a new breed of regional law firm. The company has relocated its three Preston offices to state-of-the-art premises in Fulwood, it has announced a range of measures that underline its commitment to the Chorley area.
Preston law firm calls on government to scrap court fee proposals. Leading Preston law firm is calling on the government to scrap proposed increases in court fees that it claims could threaten the interests of vulnerable children. Marsden Rawsthorn has warned that plans to increase court fees in childcare proceedings by up to 2500% could deny vulnerable children access to justice and expose them to serious risk.
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