Divorce Lawyers Camden

Divorce Solicitors Camden

If you are considering a divorce you need to know that you have the very best divorce solicitors in Camden on your side. Our Camden divorce team will guide you through the divorce procedure with compassion and care.

Contact us

  • “Osbornes has one of the strongest family law teams in the business with a very wide range of experience and seniority. They are uniquely placed to cater for every avenue of family legal difficulty, whether financial or children.”

  • “Osbornes Law offers affluent clients representation in high-value, complex family matters.”

We know that divorce is an emotional time for couples, so we take time to understand you and what you want to achieve, helping to protect your interests and those of your loved ones, ensuring that every detail is taken care of. We’ll make your divorce as fast, uncomplicated and stress-free as possible allowing you to quickly move on with your life. In Camden, our lawyers can help you with all aspects of divorce, including:

  • Applying for a divorce
  • Responding to divorce proceedings
  • Agreeing on a divorce settlement
  • Making arrangements for children
  • Resolving any other issues connected to your divorce

What Areas Do We Cover?

From our office in Camden, our highly respected divorce team specialises in providing legal services related to divorce law in the local Camden area. We help people across the London Borough of Camden including all of these  postcode areas:

  • N1 – including Islington, Angel, Hoxton, and Kings Cross.
  • N6 – Highgate.
  • N7- Holloway.
  • N19 – Archway and Upper Holloway.
  • NW1 – Camden Town, Regent’s Park, and Marylebone.
  • NW2 – Cricklewood, Dollis Hill and Neasden.
  • NW3 – Hampstead, Swiss Cottage, Belsize Park and Primrose Hill.
  • NW5 – Kentish Town.
  • NW6 – Kilburn, West Hampstead and Queens Park.
  • NW8 – St John’s Wood.

Why choose Osbornes Law?

Osbornes Law is recognised as having one of the top teams of divorce solicitors in Camden as well as being one of the largest teams with over 45 years of experience.

Contact our divorce solicitors

For a free quote call, 020 7485 8811 or fill out a contact form to speak to the divorce team. We offer transparent fees, outlining all charges and disbursements at the outset so that there are no hidden surprises.

Contact us today

For a free initial conversation call 020 7485 8811

Email us Send us an email and we’ll get back to you






    Related InsightsVIEW ALL

    1. two children in the woods
      11.7.2024

      Unmarried With Children and Splitting Up

      Unmarried with Children? What are your Financial Rights? Know Your Financial Rights Under Schedule One Children Act 1989 A claim under...

      Read more
    2. parent and child
      17.6.2024

      What is Early Neutral Evaluation?

      Early Neutral Evaluation (ENE) is a form of Non-Court Dispute Resolution where the separated couple invite a neutral third party...

      Read more
    3. green house
      14.6.2024

      How Does Divorce Affect Our Mortgage?

      Can you keep a joint mortgage after divorce? From a mortgage lender’s perspective your divorce does not affect your...

      Read more
    4. path into a forest
      10.6.2024

      What is Financial Disclosure in Divorce?

      Introduction to divorce financial disclosure A divorce ends your marriage but it doesn’t end your financial ties to your...

      Read more
    5. couple sitting apart
      7.6.2024

      What is a Clean Break Order?

      A clean break order is a type of financial order that specifies how your assets will be divided when you...

      Read more
    6. Divorce
      6.6.2024

      Court reduces Wife’s award by £20 million

      The biggest “Divorce Cut” in legal history Court of Appeal judges have just made history by reducing the divorce award...

      Read more
    7. child reading the bible
      4.6.2024

      What is Parallel Parenting?

      Parallel parenting  is a child arrangement where each parent has equal rights and responsibilities for their children, but they do...

      Read more
    8. man with child
      3.6.2024

      Co-Parenting with a Narcissist

      Can You Co-Parent With a Narcissist? Co-parenting involves two divorced or separated parents working together to raise their children. This...

      Read more
    9. 31.5.2024

      Can I move with my children?

      Am I allowed to relocate with the children within England and Wales? Relocating within England and Wales, even if this...

      Read more
    10. co-parenting
      29.5.2024

      What is Co-Parenting And Is It Right for...

      There is no single approach to parenting your children after a divorce or separation. How you and your ex decide...

      Read more
    11. Marriage rings
      28.5.2024

      Settlements In Short Marriages

      A Marriage is a Marriage — Even If It’s Short and Childless When deciding who gets what in a divorce,...

      Read more
    12. parents with their child
      15.5.2024

      Can a Mother Stop a Father from Seeing...

      My ex-partner is telling me that I cannot see our children. Is this allowed? There is a common misconception that...

      Read more
    13. money
      13.5.2024

      Impact Of Extended Family Wealth On Divorce

      Can the Wealth of Extended Family Affect Your Divorce Outcomes? While there is no fundamental legal difference between a high-net-worth...

      Read more
    14. osbornes hampstead
      16.4.2024

      NCDR Rules Guide Couples Away From Court

      What is Non-Court Dispute Resolution (NCDR)? NCDR is the current buzz word in the family law world, following recent rule...

      Read more
    15. kings cross station clock
      8.4.2024

      8 Considerations for French Nationals Divorcing in England & Wales

      Introduction If you are a French national with connections to England and considering a divorce, both the French courts and...

      Read more
    16. Hampstead Hill Gardens
      21.12.2023

      Financial Remedy Orders Explained

      It is common for disagreements to arise over the finances during a divorce, even if you are on good terms...

      Read more
    17. Final Order
      18.12.2023

      What is a Final Order?

      The introduction of no-fault divorces brought about a number of changes to the divorce process in England and Wales. One...

      Read more
    18. field of flowers
      14.12.2023

      What is Parental Alienation?

      Sometimes, a child may turn against one of their parents due to the other parent’s manipulation or influence. This...

      Read more
    19. divorced man with empty wallet
      4.12.2023

      My spouse is going bankrupt. Will it affect...

      Divorce and Bankruptcy In 2022, more than 1 in 10 businesses reported a moderate-to-severe risk of insolvency. More than one in five (22%) of...

      Read more
    20. spousal maintenance
      28.11.2023

      What is Spousal Maintenance?

      Spousal Maintenance Spousal maintenance is a legal obligation to provide financial support to a former spouse after the marriage or...

      Read more
    21. most common reasons why couples get divorced
      25.11.2023

      The 6 Most Common Reasons Why Couples Get Divorced

      What are the most common reasons for divorce? Following the UK’s transition to a no-fault divorce system, couples no...

      Read more
    22. signing contract
      30.10.2023

      What is a Conditional Order?

      The introduction of no-fault divorces in England and Wales removed the need to assign blame for the breakdown of a...

      Read more
    23. man signing paperwork
      29.10.2023

      What is a consent order?

      Most divorcing couples agree on how their finances will be divided without going to court. A consent order is what...

      Read more
    24. child maintenance
      16.8.2023

      Child Maintenance for High Earners

      How much should be paid? When separating or divorcing parents cannot agree the amount of child maintenance to be paid, (...

      Read more

    VIEW ALL