Peterborough is a cathedral city in the county of Cambridgeshire. Historically, it was part of Northamptonshire and it is just 76 miles from London. The city is also the largest in the East Anglia area and provides an important stop on the East Coast Mainline between London and Edinburgh.

So, what can you do in Peterborough?

  • Big Sky Adventure Play has a whole range of activities for children aged up to 10 years olds including slides, climbs, inflatables and ball pools, all in a completely safe environment. There are electric mini go-karts suitable for 3-8 year olds and a monorail rocket ship ride. Full catering facilities are available for children and parents, including licensed bar. Children’s parties a speciality, indoor and outdoor or home party packages available. Toddler club during term with pre-school educational activities.  24 Wainman Rd, Peterborough PE2 7BU

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  • The Key Theatre has a 360 seat theatre plus a 112 studio theatre. Within the building there is the Riverside Restaurant, perfect for pre-theatre and casual dining all through the year. The theatre hosts nationally touring shows, dance, comedy, live music and much more. Embankment Rd, Peterborough PE1 1EF
  • Nene Valley Railway  is a great day out for the kids and the exciting train ride is just part of it. There are a lot of attractions like the children’s play area and the river-side picnic spot and you can jump, off at other stations and explore what they have to offer too. Parents and Carers will find loads of things here and at the other stations for the kids to entertain the children. Wansford Station, Stibbington, Peterborough, PE8 6LR
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Peterborough Cathedral has some fascinating history

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  • Peterborough Museum is located in one of the cities most historic buildings. The collections include over 200,oo items of national importance. There is also a collection of fossils of Jurassic sea-monsters and find out more about the creatures that swam in our seas over 150 million years ago. Priestgate, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE1 1LF

Do you have a friend who needs support?

If romance is a difficult subject for you right now, why not contact ones of these helpful firms located in Peterborough:

  • Belinda Smith and Co Solicitors – 28 Thorpe Wood, Peterborough, PE3 6SR
  • Hegarty LLP Solicitors – 48 Broadway, Peterborough, PE1 1YW
  • Peterborough Family Law – 1.04, Allia Future Business Centre, London Rd, Peterborough, PE2 8AN

Solicitors and Barristers. Where do you start?

The best thing is to call a couple in your area and have a chat about possible divorce legal advice. Most will offer a free 30/45-minute face to face consultation. It’s really important that client and legal representative get along and that there is some kind of rapport. The client needs to feel that they are being heard.

If you have a face to face appointment, be ready with anything you may need to take with you such as marriage certificates, children’s birth certificates (if you don’t have them you can apply for copies online) and ID such as a driving licence and/or passport. Ask the Solicitor if the 30 minutes can be about listening to you and not getting these things in order. Documents can be dealt with by a legal secretary. Don’t allow the free time to be wasted.

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Which Solicitor Should I Choose?

Of course, there are different levels of Solicitors, but this doesn’t mean one is better than another. In London you may find yourself looking at fees of around £850 per hour if the team are only dealing with High Net Worth clients. On the outskirts and elsewhere in the country you might be able to find £150 per hour or a “package deal”.

What’s a MIAM?

Some firms will give set prices for certain tasks, but beware, because if you are in a particularly tricky divorce, these “packages” will run over and you will have excess charges added on for things such as a final hearing. Let’s face it, if you have to go through the court process, things are not going to be easy.

In the grand scheme of things, with all the divorces that happen in the UK, not many actually end up in court as couples want to sort things out amicably and in the cheapest way possible. Where a business may offer what seems like a “cheap” deal – beware! There are always the court costs to add to any divorce case – these are never “free” – although you may be exempt in certain circumstances.

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