We provide a free phone consultation. During the consultation a legal expert will ask you questions regarding your situation and inform you of the next step to progress your case with us.
We provide all public and private children and family law services including: Divorce, Financial Matters, Child Arrangements, Cohabitation Matters, Care Proceedings, Emergency Protection Procedures for Children, Adoption, Local Authority Involvement and more.
Our team is made up of 20+ legal experts all specialising in family law. Allowing us to cover ever aspect of family law. With some of our most experienced solicitors holding a position on the Law Society’s Children Panel for over 20 years.
We know that family law proceedings and family law court can be often be an emotional and intimidating process. However, you can rest assured that our family law experts will fight for you and your family rights. We take a personable and personalised approach to every case we undertake.
For the last 20 years we have developed and grown our expertise in this family law to the extent that we rank in the very very few solicitors in the country that can truly call themselves a specialist family law practice.
Our Solicitors have extensive expertise dealing with divorce and matrimonial finances and always strive to resolve clients’ matters in the most amicable, productive, and cost-effective manner possible.
Financial issues must be resolved when a relationship between two individuals ends. Our solicitors have a lot of expertise with financial disputes when parties separate.
Making preparations for when parents divorce can be tough. Our skilled family solicitors can help you at every stage, from advising you on your situation to recommending the best next steps for you.
It is now quite usual for people to live together without marrying or entering a civil partnership, therefore it is critical that you understand your legal rights.
When the Local Authority has concerns regarding a child’s wellbeing, care proceedings are initiated. In such cases, the Local Authority may consider filing a court application. Our experts can assist you in regaining control.
We offer advise on how to make an application to adopt a child, how to oppose an adoption order, and what to do after a placement order has been made.
Where there are concerns regarding a child’s safety, it is the responsibility of Social Services to investigate. When the Local Authority believes a child is at danger, they have a duty to interfere. We are here to assist you.
If you are providing full-time care for your grandchildren, you may want to consider obtaining a legal order to formalise the agreement. This could be obtained through a ‘Live With’ Order for Children.