Family law arbitration solicitors

In family arbitration, a solicitor helps you and your former partner agree a final, legally binding divorce settlement.

David Redfern, Bishop's Stortford
David Redfern, family law specialist in Bishops Stortford

Family and divorce arbitration

Our expert divorce arbitration lawyers can help you with the full range of issues relating to divorce. You can rely on us to listen to you throughout the process, so that you get the best possible result.

Three main advantages of arbitration

The main advantages of arbitration during divorce are:

  • it protects your privacy - this is because arbitration is confidential, because the courts aren't involved. Everything you agree, or talk about, stays between you, your ex-partner and your solicitors.
  • keeps you in control of your divorce - arbitration is flexible and designed to work around you. You can pick your own arbitrator; if you go through the courts, you can’t pick the judge! The deadlines, timetable and issues to resolve are completely defined by you and your former partner.
  • it’s cheaper and faster than other options - arbitration gives you a lot of choice, and so it can help you save money on legal fees. It's also generally quicker than going through the court process.

Fixed-Fee divorce arbitration solicitors

Tees offers arbitration at a fixed-fee rate. This helps you keep costs down and concentrate on the issues that really matter.

We’re here to help

If you want a lawyer to take a closer look at your situation, for a fixed fee of £150 + VAT, we can talk with you for up to 90 minutes and set out some options.

Our family and divorce lawyers are based in:

  • Cambridgeshire: Cambridge
  • Essex: Brentwood, Chelmsford, and Saffron Walden
  • Hertfordshire: Bishop's Stortford and Royston

But we can help you wherever you are in England and Wales.

Call our Family and Divorce law solicitors on 0808 231 1320

Divorce arbitration FAQs

What is divorce arbitration?

Arbitration during divorce is a way of sorting out your finances and what happens after your divorce. Arbitration is a way of keeping your divorce out of court, controlling the costs and can help you reach a financial settlement amicably.

How does the divorce arbitration process work?

The first step in divorce arbitration is for both partners to choose an arbitrator. An arbitrator is a divorce solicitor who specialises in arbitration. Your solicitor will represent your interests, give you advice and negotiate with your former partner’s arbitrator. Together, you’ll talk about and settle the issues in your divorce you agree are important. Your agreement becomes a legally binding decision called an ‘award’.

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