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Assistance in all family law matters

There can be difficult times in all of our family lives when we require help from legal experts. Whether you need support with a complex divorce or a family dispute, our panel of family law solicitors in Essex are here to help you.

We will look to resolve your case sensitively and effectively through constructive communication. Where necessary, our solicitors will advise you in litigation and will assist you in searching for solutions to reduce conflict and costs.

Our specialist family solicitors panel have extensive experience in dealing with a wide range of family related issues. They understand that when a family relationship breaks down, it can often be distressing, and they will support you every step of the way.

We will always be honest and upfront with you in terms of aspects of your case. We respond quickly so that you do not feel as though you are alone in making important legal decisions.

What is a family law solicitor?

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A family law solicitor specialises in the practice area of cases involving family law. Family law matters typically involve cases relating to family finances, separation, divorce and marriage, domestic violence, as well as issues relating to children, such as child arrangements following a divorce or separation.

A family law solicitor can provide advice and assistance to instructing clients throughout a family law dispute in order to obtain the best possible outcome on their case.

Our family law solicitors, Essex, try to avoid putting family law matters into courtrooms and instead prefer to use arbitration and mediation as family law cases can be particularly sensitive.

How much does a family law solicitor cost?

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The fees charged by a family law solicitor in Essex can vary depending on the complexity of the individual case and the amount of work that the solicitor is ultimately instructed to complete.

In most cases, you will be expected to pay a court fee, the amount of which will depend on the type of case you are pursuing. You will also be required to pay the fees for your solicitor. Most of the solicitors on our panel will charge a fixed fee for their services. This will be discussed with you before you agree to proceed with your case.

Unless your case involves domestic abuse, child abduction, or if a party is at risk of homelessness, you will not be eligible for Legal Aid in England and Wales. However, Legal Aid may be available for mediation in some circumstances.

What can our family law solicitors, Essex help with?

Divorce

Divorce – Divorces bring up a lot of issues to consider, from financial settlements to the sharing of childcare. Ending a marriage or civil partnership is rarely easy and can be a particularly difficult process for those involved, including the couple and the wider family.

We have the experience and expertise required to assist you throughout the divorce process, from applying for a divorce right through to finalising the divorce and dealing with any financial issues or pre nuptial agreements.

 

Ancillary relief

Ancillary relief – Ancillary relief refers to a process which is related to divorce proceedings where the divorced couple deal with the division of assets and resolve any financial disputes. Ancillary relief proceedings are not dealt with during divorce proceedings as they are a separate matter; however, they may run at the same time as the divorce proceedings.

Domestic abuse

Domestic abuse – Domestic violence and emotional abuse can happen to anyone, and it can have a lasting impact on victims of abuse. Expert Family Law have a panel of specialist domestic abuse solicitors who can provide confidential advice and assistance to victims of domestic violence, emotional abuse, and financial abuse

Child arrangements

Child arrangement – The breakdown of any relationship is never easy, especially when children are involved. It is essential that parents can reach an agreement on child contact and childcare arrangements. 

Our panel of solicitors will provide legal advice and assistance in applications for child arrangement orders. Alongside Child Arrangement Orders, our panel of solicitors may also assist with Specific Issue Orders and Prohibited Steps Orders.

 

Our panel of solicitors understand that all family matters differ, and it is not always a one-size-fits-all. They will ensure that they provide tailored guidance and advice to suit your induvial case and your needs.

You can rely on us to get you a fair outcome while being sensitive to your privacy, and we will keep things as amicable as possible. We have a panel of expert family law solicitors who can assist with your case, whether you are funded by legal aid or privately funding your case

Our panel of family law solicitors, Essex

 

Our panel of professional and friendly family law solicitors in Essex have the experience and expertise to deal with your case professionally and with empathy. They will guide you through the legal process, helping you to make the difficult decisions in an understanding manner.

Our panel of family law solicitors will help you to navigate a range of specific issues and disputes and will assist you in reaching an agreement on such issues and getting the outcome you need.

We will get you the legal advice and assistance you need to guide you through every step of the process. Each solicitor we work with is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA).

Get in touch today using the form at the top of the page to find out if a family lawyer from a law firm on our panel could help on your case.

Expert Family Law assisted me in finding the right solicitor for my divorce proceedings. The process was smooth and I was more than happy with my appointed solicitor and the amicable outcome that was achieved.

George C

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