Our approach is to work with you to fully understand your circumstances and the options available to you in order to find a practical solution. We are a down-to-earth and approachable family law firm who will offer constant help and support throughout.
We understand the stress and heartache that can occur in family matters, which is why we work as quickly and efficiently as possible to deliver the best possible outcome. Our service is both personal and discreet. Our aim is to offer the care and advice you need so you don't feel alone during this difficult time.
If you require any specialist family law advice, we can advise on the following areas:
Our expert family law lawyers can assist you in the difficult time during a divorce; we aim to work quickly in order to find an effective solution that will minimise stress during this time. We will give you all the advice and guidance you require, tailoring our service around you.
In the event that your marriage or civil partnership has come to an end, we can offer you valuable family law advice regarding your finances that not only has an impact of both parties but also any children that may be involved. We ensure you receive proper help and advice to reach a financial settlement that will benefit both couples and families.
As a specialist family law firm, our team are highly experienced in all children matters, regardless of whether they’re straight forward or require extra attention, without compromising on care and sensitivity. If you’re in a difficult situation that includes your children we can help to resolve these issues and aim for an amicable outcome that will benefit both parties.
We can give you valuable family law advice with regards to Separation Deeds, if you and your partner have come to the difficult decision to divorce but are not yet ready to begin divorce proceedings, this process outlines important details, financial arrangements and any other relevant information which can be used as the basis of any Court Order, should you choose to file for a divorce in the future.
For those who are experiencing a breakdown of a relationship, the Collaborative Law process can be a safe and calm environment for parties to discuss negotiations without hostility with the aim of coming to an amicable outcome that suits all those involved. Our family law lawyers can assist you throughout this process and help identify key issues that can be resolved to help all parties move forward.
Family Mediation can be an effective process to help couples who wish to discuss important issues that include themselves and children in a safe and amicable environment. This involves working with our expert team of family law lawyers who are here to listen to both parties and to help find a way forward that will benefit all those involved in the process.
For couples who wish to protect certain assets and financial details, a Prenuptial Agreement can outline these decisions beforehand, should a relationship come to an end. Although Prenuptial Agreements are not legally binding they can be recognised in court. As a specialist family law firm, we can assist you through this process and ensure both parties understand and agree on the decisions being made within the Prenuptial Agreement.
Our family law firm are experienced in preparing Cohabitation Agreements for unmarried couples who wish to protect themselves when making the decision to live together. Having a Cohabitation Agreement in place can help families and couples in future events should the relationship end, this agreement can put arrangements in place in terms of assets, financial support and the care of any children involved.
Cohabitation Disputes occur when unmarried couples who live together, decide to end the relationship and do not have a Cohabitation Agreement in place. This can cause stress and issues when it comes to dividing assets and financial ownership. We can provide you with essential family law advice during a Cohabitation Dispute and guide you through the legal steps available.
For same-sex couples a Civil Partnership will give you the same legal rights as married couples. This will grant you the right to apply for financial provision should your relationship breakdown. Our expert team can assist you through the process for the dissolution of a Civil Partnership, in which we will give you all the help and advice you require for a smooth and stress-free resolution.
For those who are affected by Domestic Violence, whether that be physical, emotional, sexual or financial, our friendly and professional team of family law lawyers can act on your behalf and help you with all matters related to this issue.
If you have made the decision to change, add or rearrange your forename or surname, you will require a Change of Name Deeds. Our helpful team can help you with the process of changing these details and provide you with important advice on what actions to take next, once this change has been made.
We offer helpful and expert family law advice for grandparents who have been affected by a divorce or separation within the family which has affected the relationship with their grandchildren. It may be a case of not being able to spend time together or grandparents are concerned for their grandchildren’s welfare. We provide you with the guidance you need in order to resolve a specific issue or reach an agreement with or without court action.
For further expert advice on divorce and family law, wills, trusts and probate, powers of attorney and deputyship applications why not contact our team today to arrange a free initial consultation to see how we can help you?
We have offices in Henley-on-Thames, London, Reading, Windsor, Basingstoke, Guildford, Beaconsfield and Abingdon and serve a wide range of other areas including Gerrards Cross, Maidenhead, Marlow, Oxford, Slough, Wokingham, and High Wycombe.
Please contact our family law solicitors today on 01491 630000 (Henley on Thames), 020 7070 0330 (London), 0118 418 1000 (Reading), 01753 325000 (Windsor), 01256 584000 (Basingstoke), 01483 370100 (Guildford) or 01494 629000 (Beaconsfield) or e mail firstname.lastname@example.org. We offer a free initial appointment to give you the opportunity to meet us, before deciding if you wish to proceed in instructing us to act on your behalf.