Family Law Advice
When you need family law advice, you can rely on us. At The Law House we have extensive experience in all areas of family law and are perfectly placed to guide you through these issues and help you achieve the best possible outcome.
We know that emotions can run high when family disputes and problems arise. Our knowledgeable and skilled professionals are standing by to explain your options, help you avoid any confusion or misunderstandings and ensure you make the right decisions.
Areas of family law advice
We offer family legal advice on the full spectrum of issues that you and you relatives may face. These include:
Divorce/ civil partnership dissolution
The breakdown of a marriage or civil partnership can be extremely stressful and upsetting for all those involved. Our specialists will deal with your case with the utmost sensitivity, responding to your needs and helping you to navigate the process of legal separation. Our lawyers are here to negotiate for a fair settlement on your behalf and to make sure that you fully understand your rights and know your options. To keep stress and expense to a minimum for you and your family, we’ll seek to avoid litigation wherever possible and instead encourage alternatives such as mediation.
A whole range of legal issues can affect children, from determining child arrangements or parental responsibility to negotiating the outcome of a divorce or completing the process of adoption. We know that the future of children and their families can hang in the balance in cases like these and are standing by to offer expert, reliable legal advice that always puts the welfare and needs of children first.
Pre and post-nuptial agreements
In case the worst should happen and your relationship with your partner comes to an end, it’s wise to have an agreement in place to make legal separation easier. Pre and post-nuptial agreements can protect your property and finances in case of divorce or civil partnership dissolution. These agreements outline who should get what. Our lawyers can offer advice on how to go about creating these documents to make sure they are fair and reflect your wishes.
People often assume that if they have been living with their partner for a long time, they are ‘common law’ wives and husbands. In reality, there is no such legal status here in the UK. This means that if you split up, you won’t have the legal protections in place that you could expect if you were married or in a civil partnership. To minimise any uncertainty and to make the process of separation easier if you and your partner end your relationship, you could draw up a cohabitation agreement. These agreements set out what will happen to your finances and assets if you separate. They can also cover child arrangements. Our specialists are standing by to help you create a cohabitation agreement.
Your next step
If you’re looking for legal advice on any of these issues, or another aspect of family law, don’t hesitate to get in touch. Our family law solicitors have all the knowledge and expertise needed to guide you to the best outcome. When you come to us for help, you can rest assured you’ll benefit from a highly professional service. We work flexibly in order to fit in with our clients’ lives and can meet you at your workplace, home or another location of your choosing in order to discuss your next steps.
For a confidential discussion get in touch with our family law experts on 020 3150 2525 or email us at email@example.com