Divorce Advice

Request a fixed-fee consultation to discuss divorce or separation or download our free ‘Guide to understanding Divorce’

No two situations are ever the same with divorce or separation. You will most likely have many questions, from the initial understanding of the divorce process to longer-term questions over your future. We are here to guide you through each and every step – from looking at the practicalities of remaining in the family home to sharing parental responsibilities, dividing assets and setting out finances so you can plan for the future.

Our experienced divorce solicitors aim to work in a non-confrontational way to minimise stress and cost to you. Where possible, we will look to reach amicable, long-term solutions with out-of-court settlements. If this is not possible, rest assured we have a wealth of experience in dealing with divorce proceedings in court. It is important to us that however complex your situation is, you know Kidd Rapinet will support you until a settlement is reached.

Please use the form to request a consultation, call 01296 509985 or download our  free ‘Guide to understanding Divorce’.

    Guide to understanding Divorce

    We have prepared a brief digital guide on ‘Understanding Divorce’ to help you understand a little more about the process.

    Download Our Guide


    Tel 01296 509985
    Fax 01296 432303
    DX 4107 Aylesbury


    Ground Floor
    Walker House
    George Street
    HP20 2HU


    Monday – Friday*: 9am to 5.30pm
    Saturday – Sunday: Closed
    *Excludes public holidays


    Closest Rail
    Aylesbury Rail (5 mins walk)



    Dividing Assets

    The family home is often central to the divorce and invariably raises the most questions. Who will stay in the family home? Does it need to be sold? We will help you to look at financial needs, obligations and responsibilities to help agree what is practical and affordable.

    Child Arrangement Orders

    If you have children and can’t reach an agreement on parenting separately we can put together a child arrangement order which outlines where your children will live, how they will be supported financially and how much time they will spend with each parent.

    Meeting to discuss Divorce

    It can be difficult to take that first step and set up a meeting to discuss divorce. Please understand we don’t expect you to initiate proceedings immediately. Take your time, ask as much as you need – we will be here to support you when the time is right.

    Cameron KinrossDivorce Advice – Aylesbury