Dealing with family law issues can be daunting as the range of issues can beso vast – from divorce and separation matters to financial settlement, unmarried couples’ rights, adoption, child arrangement orders, and much more. Knowing what action to take in a specific familial or domestic situation could mean the difference between much needed closure and more complicated problems in the future.
If this happens to be the case, we recommend immediately speaking to a family law solicitor at the first possible opportunity whenever you are dealing with a family, children or domestic matters requiring legal advice.
Our experienced solicitors for Family Law in Birmingham will support you with all areas of family law you need advice on – whether it is around a divorce, pre/post nuptial agreement or managing your finances after a divorce. We are here to help.
Family law covers a range of situations, where you may need to discuss things with a Family Solicitors in Birmingham for instance:
Divorce and separation can be a complex minefield where you often do not know what the next step should be. Our family law solicitor will advise you on how the legal process works depending on your personal circumstances, while doing their best to protect your interests in order to achieve a positive result and financial settlement.
If you are separated but not yet ready to proceed with a divorce, Divorce Solicitors in Birmingham can advise you on all your options, including help with drafting separation agreements.
Child arrangements following divorce, for example, can be extremely stressful to deal with for both parents. This is where the services of an experienced family law solicitor in Birmingham can help with negotiating specific terms, such as the amount of time children can spend with each parent, the maintenance to be paid to the child/children or which school they should go to. Our family law solicitor can also assist grandparents and step-parents in securing contact with a child.
Your former partner forcefully taking your child from you can throw you into a world of emotional trauma and pain. Fortunately, our solicitors are well-familiar with cases of child abduction/relocation, and if your former partner is planning to ‘make a run for it’ with your children, we can certainly help in reclaiming your child under current UK family law.
Personal matters pertaining to Family Law can often bring about financial uncertainties – where couples about to separate or divorce often end up taking a wrong turn, thus, suffering at the hands of ill-made decisions. Our family law solicitors are here to ensure that you stay on the right track. Having extensive experience in financial matters, they will help you make the right financial decisions at each stage, to ensure that you get the appropriate settlement.
Resolving financial claims and other complications between separating and divorcing couples are among our key services.We do everything legally possible to ensure a positive outcome for both parties.
There is no such thing as a ‘common law marriage’ and when two people are living together as an unmarried couple or planning to do the same, you may need to have a cohabitation agreement drafted by our professional solicitors. This will ensure that your rights are protected in case the relationship breaks down.
Prenuptial agreements can also be a touchy subject to discuss prior to marriage. However, if you have not married yet, and want to agree on how property and financial assets are to be split up in the event of a divorce, our solicitors can advise on the best options available to you.
Nobody should have to live through episodes of domestic violence. But if you or your children have been the subject as such, the first thing you must do is inform the police. However, in order to ensure that you don’t suffer the same fate again, you must apply to get a non-molestation order from the court.
Aman Solicitors can get you one quickly and easily, preventing a partner or former partner from harming either you or your children. A non-molestation order is a powerful way of getting the protection you need; if it is ever breached, the offender will be arrested and may face jail time of up to 5 years.