We would like to reassure our clients that during the coronavirus crisis we are available to provide the full range of legal services you need whilst prioritising the health and safety of clients, employees and their families, as we always have.
All emails and phone calls will be replied to and you can contact the firm in the usual way via your key contact, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 0191 281 6151 between 9am-5pm.
All future appointments will be dealt with remotely unless agreed in advance. Meetings can take place over the phone or via online services such as Skype or Facetime. We wish all clients well during these challenging times.
Headed by leading divorce lawyer Lyn Rutherford, our specialist family and divorce team offer advice in all areas of family law, ranging from pre or post-nuptial agreements to relationship breakdown, including advice on separation and divorce, financial provision, child maintenance and co-habitation or civil partnership disputes.
With our admirable reputation, extensive experience and proven track record, we offer sound judgement and pragmatic, realistic advice together with a sensitive and supportive approach, tailored to the individual needs of our clients.
A combination of intelligent analysis, conscientious care and attention to detail along with formidable negotiating skills, allows us to achieve unquestionable results and high levels of client satisfaction at a difficult and emotional time. We take pride in our attentive and personal service, treating our clients with the utmost respect and understanding the importance of maintaining discretion and preserving confidentiality at all times.
As part of our dedicated commitment to provide the best possible service, we work closely with relevant specialist lawyers in the firm, enabling us to provide clients with Wills, Probate and Trust advice as well as business and property advice where it may be necessary.
Meet the family law team here.
We offer bespoke legal advice on:
Divorce and Relationship Breakdown
The decision to take legal advice in respect of a relationship breakdown is often one of the most difficult decisions one has to make in life.Read more
Financial Settlements on Divorce and Separation
When a relationship breaks down, often the uncertainty of future financial security and/or protection can be stressful.Read more
Civil Partnership Disputes
Civil partnerships are a legal commitment which can only end if annulled, dissolved or if one of the party dies.Read more
Cohabitation Agreements and Disputes
Cohabitation is where an unmarried couple live together in a long term relationship but do not marry.Read more
Arrangements for Children
The welfare of children is often the most important concern for all of our clients. We can help to advise you and find the best possible solution to protect your children’s well-being.Read more
Financial Provision for Children
Where parties separate and one parent becomes primarily responsible for the children, the other parent is obliged to provide financial support to that parent for the benefit of the children.Read more
Pre-Nuptial and Post-Nuptial Arrangements
Following the landmark case in 2010 in the Supreme Court of Radmacher -v- Granatino, the law changed substantially in relation to Pre-Nuptial Agreements in England & Wales on the basis that such an Agreement, if prepared and executed correctly, will be upheld provided that the content of such is fair in all of the circumstances of the case.Read more
Domestic Violence Matters
Unfortunately, when a relationship breaks down emotions are high and it is inevitable that couples will argue which can become particularly heated towards the end of a relationship.Read more
For confidential advice at a time and place to suit you, contact:
Consultant, Head of Family
T: 0191 212 email@example.com
T: 0191 212 firstname.lastname@example.org
T: 0191 212 email@example.com