Assistance in all family law matters
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.
Family law solicitors 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 can we assist in your case?
Panel of family law solicitors, costs lawyers and expert witnesses
We have a panel of expert family law solicitors who can assist on your case whether you are funded by legal aid or privately funding your case.
We also assist solicitors and other legal professionals in family law cases by connecting them to the best expert witnesses and legal costs experts on conclusion of the case.
Help and advice when you need it most
We understand that family law matters can be particularly sensitive, which is why we only instruct the best firms of family law solicitors for your case.
Our panel of family law solicitors are experts in their field with many years of experience. All of the solicitors on our panel are authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Autority so you can rest assured in the knowledge that your case is being handled by the right firm for your unique 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.
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