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Prenuptial Agreements

There are many reasons why you might need a prenuptial agreement, even if you're not wealthy and don't have substantial pre-marriage assets to protect.

What are my rights to see my grandchildren?

If you’ve been denied contact or you’re worried about losing contact with your grandchildren, what rights do you have?

Using Legal Help + Legal Aid for family law services

If you need assistance in paying for legal advice, you may be able to get Legal Help.

Financial considerations on divorce or dissolving a civil partnership

Our aim is always to negotiate an agreement on the financial aspects of your separation, but sometimes that’s just not possible. In this situation you’ll need to apply to the court.

Advice for victims of harassment or domestic abuse

Nobody should be the victim of harassment or domestic violence. But if you’re affected, there are several ways in which we can help you to deal with the problem.

Guide to parental responsibility + issues concerning children

If you're a parent who lives apart from your child, what rights and responsibilities do you have?

Advice to clients caring for someone else's child

There may be several reasons why you find yourself looking after someone else's child. This factsheet will help you to understand the options.

Children + public law proceedings

Whilst cases involving children are distressing for the parents, it’s crucial to remember that the priority of the court is always the welfare of the child.

The divorce process explained

If you're going through divorce or separation, you have several options – including mediation and collaborative law - to help you resolve your dispute. Our simple flowchart will also help you understand the divorce process from start to finish.

Family law – what are your options?

If you’re considering a divorce or separation, there are several options available to you. But when it comes to fixed fee agreements, mediation and collaborative law, what do these terms actually mean?

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