Family Line - family law advice

If you are in need of family law advice our experienced and specialist team are just one call away, call us on 0203 816 0548.

Our team can advise on any family law issue including divorce/civil partnership dissolution and related financial matters, domestic abuse, arrangements for children, including residence and contact, social services involvement and care proceedings. We can also assist with cohabitation agreements or disputes between family members and non family members. We have specialists who can advise on alternative dispute resolution including mediation and collaborative law.

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Ask our family team

You can access our database of frequently asked questions on a range of family law circumstances by clicking the related section in the right hand column. If you can't find the answer here please feel call us on 0203 816 0548.

Should you wish to instruct our team of family solicitors to act on your behalf public funding (legal aid) is available subject to eligibility.

Our specialist family team are able to assist you with any family law enquiry you may have, including:

  • Divorce - fixed fee divorce package is available
  • Cohabitation disputes
  • Cohabitation agreements
  • Financial matters
  • Protection from domestic abuse
  • Child residence/custody
  • Child contact/access
  • Rights of grandparents
  • Parental responsibility
  • Adoption
  • Removal from the jurisdiction
  • International abduction
  • Social services - Care and supervision orders
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