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Dealing with separation

It is an unfortunate fact of life that relationships sometimes fail. This can be caused by a wide variety of problems from money issues to infidelity. Whatever the causes, sorting out the complex issues which result from separation can be traumatic. We have many years of experience dealing with these issues and can offer you the reassurance that your best interests always come first.

Members of Resolution (formerly Solicitors family law association) subscribing to its code of practice, the team also boasts specialist accredited member of resolution and an advanced accredited member of family law panel and founder member of SFLA.

With high levels of experience in relationship planning issues concerning children and in dealing with the financial consequences of relationship breakdown.

The team specialises in

Cohabitee disputes
Breakdown of civil partnership
Division and distribution of family finances upon divorce include pensions
Protection from domestic violence
Arrangement for children including their living and contact arrangements, parental responsibility, special guardianship orders and adoption.
Arrangements for children where the local authority are involved including care orders, supervision orders, emergency protection orders and contact with children in local authority care.
Change of name for adults and children
Cohabitation agreement
Prenuptial agreement
Child maintenance
Urgent protection of family asset

The team can make special arrangements to deal with urgent problems and can provide publicly funded word (legal aid) where appropriate.


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