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Child contact/access solicitors

Our children law solicitors have extensive experience in dealing with any child access or child contact situation. In every child access matter the best interests of the child are always of the utmost importance and at Stephensons our specialist family solicitors endeavour to resolve any access, contact or visitation issues in a timely manner reducing any emotional strain to an absolute minimum. Speak to a member of the team on 01616 966 229.

Should a dispute arise our solicitors have extensive experience in alternative dispute resolution methods such as mediation and collaborative law ensuring that court action is the last resort.

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Dispute over child contact

If an agreement regarding child access cannot be made and court representation is required Stephensons’ leading child contact solicitors have experience representing, children, parents and other family members alike. Any resulting contact order will then outline the type of contact granted including where the contact will take place and how often.

Our child access solicitors are recognised in the Legal 500 as leaders in the field of child care.

Areas of specialism

  • Mediation
  • Contact orders
  • Supervised child contact
  • Visiting contact
  • Reasonable contact
  • Defined contact
  • Staying contact
  • Indirect contact

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