Family law issues are often very sensitive, whether you are facing a divorce, separation, issues involving children, or are the victim of domestic violence or abuse.
We understand that when an individual has trouble in their private or family life a compassionate approach to resolving family disputes is required.
Legal issues can arise when circumstances in your family life change. Whether you are entering a legal agreement with your partner or your relationship has broken down, and especially when children are involved, a Family Law Solicitor needs to be sensitive to both their needs and yours as a parent or guardian. Because of this, a different approach to other areas of law is needed to make sure that disputes are resolved through conciliation and negotiation
When handling Family law matters, a family law solicitor should always encourage communication rather than conformation, and always consider the needs of the whole family, particularly any children that are involved.
In Family law cases, there are sometimes alternatives to litigation, for example meditation. While this is the case, some matters require urgent court action.
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At RKB Law, our Family law solicitors provide compassionate, but realistic, advice across a broad range of Family law matters concerning relationships, children and international matters including:
- Dissolution of civil partnership
- Financial provision
- Matters concerning children
- Non-Molestation Injunctions
Our Family law solicitors will always act in your best interest and deal with family law matters in a concerted and fair way. We will always aim to solve a dispute through agreement between parties, through meditation and other means.
In cases where court is the only option for a resolution, we offer full support and legal advice throughout proceedings can you can focus on your well-being and that of your loved ones.
For further information or to speak to one of our Family law solicitors today please contact us on 01622 356 911 or fill in our enquiry form.