Antony Clapp and his team of highly experienced family law solicitors offer a full range of divorce services and are able to advise clients whether they are at the beginning stages; those who may be changing representation some way through the process; or even those seeking to make changes or modifications to existing orders due to changed circumstances. We also offer specialist guidance and advisory services for clients who prefer to either act for themselves or manage the bulk of the process themselves to ensure they are well served and supported in their independent divorce journey. We understand that each marriage is unique and as such, each divorce will have its own special considerations, urgencies, and desired outcomes. Contact us on 01622 815 940 to discuss how we can help, or alternatively, complete the enquiry form at the bottom of this page to arrange an initial consultation. We serve clients in Maidstone, Tunbridge Wells, Sevenoaks, London and across the South East.


no fault divorce

Divorce laws in England and Wales are soon to undergo significant change that will usher in the era of the ‘no-fault divorce’. The changes look to lift some restrictive rules that can create conflict between divorcing couples and have a negative impact on the welfare of children. Find out how these changes could impact your divorce and when they will apply.


current process

When a marriage breaks down irretrievably, one of five grounds for divorce, as set out in The Matrimonial Causes Act 1973, must be met: adultery; desertion; unreasonable behaviour; separation for 2 years with consent or separation for 5 years without it. Discover more about the process and what you can expect from current family law.


review service

Even if you’re managing the process of your divorce yourself, it’s good to know you can call on expert help to review legal documents before submitting them, discuss strategies and have a fresh set of legal eyes offer you a professional unbiased opinion. Our review service is essential back-up for those representing themselves in divorce.