Our Family Law solicitors in Birmingham can help with a wide range of other family law issues, including:
Property and Financial Disputes
Judicial Separation and Annulment of Marriage
Collaborative Law - Settle your differences without going to court
Child Law - Contact and Residence Disputes, Prohibited Steps and specific
Issue Orders, Disputed Parentage and Child Abduction 2
Child Maintenance and Support
Court and Injunction Order - Due to Violence or Intimidation
Cohabitation Rights and Agreement
We understand what you’ll be going through and can help guide you through the process, giving you advice you can trust and peace of mind.
Whatever your legal needs, our Family Law Solicitors in Birmingham are on hand to support you and will fight to protect your best interests. Our team includes expert negotiators, able to help you to find an agreement that suits you and keep disputes out of court where possible.
We take the time to understand each case and tailor our service to your specific needs, while also providing a clear cost breakdown at each stage of your case.
We will provide you with a dedicated service and will take care of your needs and advise you professionally. We aim to reduce the stress involved in dealing with such matters.
Our Family Law solicitors in Birmingham have an unrivalled reputation not only for providing professional and proactive service, but also for obtaining outstanding results for our clients.
Our Family Law Solicitors in Birmingham understand that divorce and separation can be very difficult to come to terms with, especially when children are involved. Settling into a new routine as quickly as possible can help, which is why agreeing the arrangements for your children is one of the most important things to decide during a divorce.
Our children matters Solicitors in UK have an extensive --experience in this area and can help you with a range of issues, including:
Custody – where your children will live (also known as Residency) Access – who they can see and when (this is known as Contact) Financial maintenance – such as child maintenance, school fees and housing costs Relocation – whether a parent can relocate a child (both in the UK and overseas) Grandparents’ rights – getting legal access to your grandchildren Specific issues – such as changing a child’s surname or school
Where possible we will always try to help you settle your dispute through mediation or negotiation such an approach can be quicker, less stressful for you, and can promote a good future relationship with your ex-partner.
If your case does need to go to court, our children matters Solicitors in UK can help with various types of court order:
Child arrangements order – this sets out where your child will live and spend time (what people commonly refer to as custody and access or contact and residency) Prohibitive steps order – this can prevent your ex-partner doing something, such as changing your child’s surname or moving abroad Specific issue order – this can decide a particular issue, such as where a child is to be educated In these situations we have the knowledge and experience to help you through the court process and to get the best outcome for you and your children. We understand that you may be anxious about how a court battle will affect your children, and our Children matters solicitor in UK will do everything we can to support you and your children through the issues that arise. Whether you are in need of legal advice to find a solution that works for you, or wish to challenge a previous decision regarding your children, you can always rely on us. You can approach your case in an understanding and straightforward way with our Children matters solicitors in UK.
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