King’s Lynn, was known as Bishop’s Lynn until 1537 and locally as Lynn. The town is a seaport and market town in Norfolk, 98 miles north of London and just 36 miles north-east of Peterborough.
During the 14th century Lynn was known as the most important port for the country.
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There are many interesting places to see and visit in the area. Oxburgh Hall is a history enthusiasts dream with portraits of monarchs adorning the walls along with embroideries created by Mary Queen of Scots. There are also hidden doors to a secret priests hole and a catholic family chapel. Enjoy the beautiful grounds too – Oxburgh, King’s Lynn PE33 9PS
Snettisham Park features a wonderful deer safari and is a wonderful relaxing day out for all the family. Lots of animals and plenty of fresh air opportunities Manor La, King’s Lynn PE31 7NQ
If castle’s are your thing, then take a visit to Castle Rising which is hidden behind amazing earthworks. It was built soon after 1138 by William d’Aubigny II who had become the Earl of Arundel. The castle is now one of the most famous 12th Century Castle in England; it’s absolutely stunning. Kings Lynn, Norfolk, PE31 6AH
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True’s Yard Fisherfolk Museum tells the story of the families who lived in the shadows of the chapel of St. Nicholas. The North end had it’s own fishing community. It was almost self-sufficient with boat builders, sail makers, pubs bakehouses and a school and they hardly ever married anyone outside their own community, supporting each other, caring for their widows and orphans in times of trouble. Have an interesting visit at North Street, King’s Lynn, PE30 1QW
Kings Lynn, Norfolk, UK. The unique architecture of the Fifteenth century town hall and trinity guildhall at Kings Lynn in Norfolk, UK.
If you are experiencing troubling times and need to find a family solicitor, we have found these local King’s Lynn firms:
- Fraser Dawbarns LLP – 21 Tuesday Market Pl, King’s Lynn, PE30 1JW – “Our specialist family team are all dedicated to helping you reach an agreement in relation to all issues by way of constructive negotiations.”
- Hawkins Ryan – 19 Tuesday Market Place, King’s Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 1JW
- Ward Gethin Archer – “A divorce and its actual legal process is one aspect of many different and potential issues that separating couples may experience. The actual divorce process is often a paperwork exercise and, for the majority of the time, nobody needs to attend actual court.” – 10 Tuesday Market Place, King’s Lynn PE30 1JT and 3 Regis Place, North Lynn Industrial Estate, King’s Lynn PE30 2JN
You’ve arrived at the point where you need go through the process of dissolution or divorce.
You may have been milling things over for months or evenyears. Alternatively, you may be in shock because something has happened to lead you to want to separate or divorce. This event could be discovering that your partner is having an affair, suffering from a form of domestic abuse or meeting someone new yourself. Maybe you don’t want a divorce or dissolution. On the other-hand, you could both feel that there is just no reason to carry on. Whatever the circumstances, it’s over.
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There are many reasons why people decide that they want to separate or divorce from their partner. For some couples, there may be no particular reason for a couple to drift apart. Maybe you have been told by your partner that they want to separate or divorce YOU. The scenarios for relationships ending are almost infinite.
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Whatever the circumstances in which you have found yourself teetering on the edge of uncoupling, the same things apply; you need to have a plan. There are many strands to a partnership and you need to find the best way to untie the knot.
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Pretending it’s not happening may, in years to come lead you to wish that you had been more assertive. However hard it may be, there are resources available to you, regardless of your financial situation. You may find yourself one of the many getting a divorce acting for themselves as a “litigant in person”.
When you are going thorough difficult times such as divorce or bereavement, it is easy to overlook financial matters. We have found these financial planner and advisors who could set you back on the right track.
Mapus Financial Planning – with offices in both Wisbech and King’s Lynn at Listergate House, 80 Chapel Street, King’s Lynn, PE30 1EF
Jeremy P Allen – A Senior Partner of St. James’s Place Wealth Management, 4 King Street, King’s Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 1ES
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Quay Financial Planning – “unlock your financial future” – Kings Lynn Innovation Centre, Innovation Drive, King’s Lynn, PE30 5BY
Charles Derby Financial Services Limited – 6 St Benets Grove, South Wootton, King’s Lynn, PE30 3TQ
Ascot Lloyd, 10-13 Tuesday Market Place, King’s Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 1JT
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“Dealing with finances can seem scary and complicated”
Yes, if you have never been the one to deal with the finances, it can all seem a very daunting and complicated. However, a good financial advisor will put everything into plain English and explain so you understand. There is no point shying away from financial planning because it seems “scary” – you have to take the bull by the horns and face up to it. You will feel uplifted when you realise that things are no so complicated afterall.
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Whether you have money or not, what you are striving for is probably financial stability and a new life. Whether you are buying a home or renting, things have changed. Many people are opting to rent these days, so don’t think you are a failure if you don’t own your own home. Who knows what the future holds? Life is full of surprises. You don’t know if you will meet a new partner, or win the lottery. Live in the now, but plan for the future. Read the rest of our article about financially starting again