Divorce and police pensions

Divorce rates amongst members of the Police are twice the national average.  Unfortunately, shift work, stress levels and coping with the risk of danger can have a detrimental impact on you and your family; relationships can often become strained as a result, to the point where there could be an irretrievable breakdown.

At KBL, our Family Law Solicitors have in-depth experience and knowledge to help police officers who may be considering separation or divorce.  We provide the necessary support whilst understanding the intricacies and complex issues around shift work and pension protection. In many cases, a Police Pension is the biggest matrimonial asset and it’s understandable you want to protect it.  Getting the right advice from a specialist Family Law Solicitor as early as possible is key.

KBL’s Family Law team have continued to work and advise throughout the pandemic. We offer free, in-person or virtual, no obligation appointments to discuss your unique circumstances and advise on the first steps.

If you would like to talk to us about separation, divorce, maintenance, arrangements for children or to arrange your free consultation please contact our family team:

 Amera Karim Nazib on Bolton 01204 527777 / Blackburn 01254 268790 or email: aknazib@kbl.co.uk