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We understand that going through a divorce or separation is a difficult and emotional time and our professional team of dedicated family lawyers will guide you with the right balance of sensitivity, strategic thinking and practical advice.
We will provide valuable advice and guide you through the practical issues associated with divorce and separation, including those relating to your children, and we will help you to achieve the best outcome possible for you. We will also encourage you to take a longer-term view and help you to focus on what your overall aims and aspirations are, and how we can seek to help you to realise them.
It is particularly important to ensure that all financial issues are successfully resolved in a cost proportionate manner. Our Family team will help you to understand the often complex situations that arise during divorce or separation and the ways in which the law can provide successful and fair outcomes. We have particular experience in high-value, complex, financial claims arising from divorce or separation.
We also have a well-earned reputation for delivering specialist family law services to members of the agricultural and business communities, where divorce or separation can have an impact not only on personal issues but also on business interests. A substantial proportion of our work derives from referrals from clients, accountants and other professionals.
How we can help you
- Pre-and post-nuptial agreements
- Separation agreements
- Children law
- Parental rights
- Domestic violence
- Matrimonial finance
- Pension and property advice
- Cohabitation agreements and disputes
- Inheritance Act claims
- Asset protection and tax mitigation
- Children Act proceedings and wardship
- Parental responsibility, paternity disputes and surrogacy
- Negligence claims against family lawyers
- Civil partnership disputes
Our legal team specialises in all areas of family law, including divorce and financial proceedings, issues affecting children (such as child support and contact issues), pre-and post-nuptial agreements, cohabitation agreements, claims involving trust assets/family trusts and cases involving proceedings under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975 and the Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996.