We are expert litigation firm and accredited as Higher Rights – Civil and represent our clients at hearings and trial(s) for family matters. We are a member of resolution and this means that firm is committed to the constructive resolution of family disputes where we follow a Code of Practice that promotes a non-confrontational approach to family problems. We encourage solutions that consider the needs of the whole family – and in particular the best interests of children. We cover all areas of family law.
Divorce / separation
A broken down marriage is one of life’s most challenging experiences and we are here to help you through it from start to finish at a fixed fee.
We charge fixed fee of £750.00 (excluding VAT and disbursements) – Terms and conditions apply.
We have found that many more couples are reaching agreements as to their circumstances, in particular, their finances. We are happy to provide advice in relation to forming such an agreement to make sure it is legally binding.
Prices start from £1,000.00 (excluding VAT and disbursements) – Terms and conditions apply.
Pre-nuptial / Post-nuptial agreements
You may wish to enter into an agreement to set out terms in the case the marriage fails and such an agreement can be enter before or after the marriage. We deal with the process at a fixed fee.
Prices start from £1,000.00 (excluding VAT) – Terms and conditions apply.
Financial matters in divorce
This is by far a very important aspect of your divorce.
We have extensive experience in financial matters and in particular complex cases which involve pensions, companies, business and high value assets.
Each steps of the process we provide routine assessments and in particular settlement options so that we do out utmost to ensure the process is not protracted and costs kept to a minimum.
However, some cases are not able to settle and will need to progress through the Court process.
Legal costs vary on a case by case basis but our firm will be able to provide cost estimate after initial consultation – Terms and conditions apply.
The welfare and interest of the child is of paramount importance and comes before anything else.
It is important that you understand your children are innocent in this process and whatever the outcome their lives will be affected. We encourage you to reach a sensible arrangement in the best interest of your child(ren).
However, in some situations the Court will need to resolve the dispute and we can provide you with legal advice as to the order required.
There are two types of injunctions in family matters:
1) Non-molestation injunction: an order to prevent violence/threatening behaviour/intimidation/harassment.
2) Occupation Order: an order to exclude someone from the family home or any part of it or a defined area.