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When it comes to relationships, you will want to make sure that you’re preparing yourself and your family for the future. Whether you’re cohabiting, engaged, making a long-term commitment to a partner, having child disputes or going through a divorce, we can help you achieve an outcome that is fair and reasonable.

Our Matrimonial and Family Law department has extensive experience in dealing with all aspects of family-related legal issues. Our Family department is able to provide you with advice that is sensitive, and free from jargon. They will work effectively to accomplish the most practical solution for you and your family. Our aim is to achieve a constructive and amicable solution in order to keep costs and stress to a minimum.

As specialists in matrimonial and family law problems, we understand the unsettling effect matrimonial and family problems can have on you and the family, both financially and emotionally, and that this can be one of the most difficult periods in a person’s life.

As there can be complex legal issues involved when any relationship breaks down, it is essential that you seek high quality and comprehensive family legal advice from a solicitor who specialises in matrimonial and family law.

We specialise in:

• Divorce and Dissolution
• Financial Settlements on Divorce and Dissolution
• Children Disputes – Contact, Residence and Relocation
• Pre-nuptial and Post-nuptial Agreements
• Cohabitation Agreements/Living Together Contracts

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Private Law – Children Disputes

The end of a marriage or civil partnership can be devastating, not only to the main two people involved but also to any children or extended family. Not knowing your legal rights and responsibilities …

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Cohabitation Agreements / Living Together Contracts

Moving in with a partner can be exciting. We can help with new and existing cohabitants, to structure agreements on the shared or soon to be shared finances and property. By having this made clear for both parties can provide stability to a partnership or clarity if anything should go wrong throughout cohabitation. Our lead…

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Divorce and Dissolution

The end of a marriage or civil partnership can be devastating, not only to the main two people involved but also to any children or extended family. Not knowing your legal rights and responsibilities can make this upsetting time even more difficult. Our lead family law Solicitor, Sarah Hull, has over 21 years’ experience and…

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Financial Settlements on Divorce and Dissoultion

The end of a marriage or civil partnership can be devastating, not only to the main two people involved but also to any children or extended family. Not knowing your legal rights and responsibilities can make this upsetting time even more difficult. A financial settlement on a divorce or dissolution is a legal term used…

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Pre-nuptial and Post-nuptial Agreements

The end of a marriage or civil partnership can be devastating, not only to the main two people involved but also to any children or extended family. Not knowing your legal rights and responsibilities beforehand can make this upsetting time even more difficult. A Pre-nuptial agreement is a written contract created by two people before…

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