Our specialist family lawyers work with you to support you through various family law issues, including prenuptial agreements, separation and divorce, postnuptial agreements, child arrangements, finance and pensions advice, civil partnerships and advice for unmarried couples, including cohabitation agreements.
Experienced Coventry divorce lawyers
Family law is a very personal and emotional area of law. We recognise that our clients come to us when they are often at their most vulnerable, which is why we treat each person and case with the individual care and attention it deserves.
Our client is at the heart of everything we do; we believe that knowing our clients and understanding their individual circumstances is central to delivering the best service. Personal advice requires a personal touch.
We have experience working with many clients, from high-net-worth individuals with significant assets and portfolios through to professional families and stay-at-home parents in the Coventry area.
" ... advises many clients who own businesses or hold senior positions in businesses on diverse matters, such as pre- and post-nuptial agreements and private applications relating to children."
The end of a relationship is often a fraught and draining time; we are here to alleviate as much of the burden and provide clarity and peace of mind for you and your family in these difficult times. We offer a range of services to suit your individual circumstances.
Separation and divorce
Finance, property and pensions
Children's law, including adoption, surrogacy and child arrangements
Unmarried couples rights
Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements
The first step to obtaining legal advice is often the hardest to take. Our family law team offer many ways to access help and support.
Fixed fee appointment
Should you require specific legal advice tailored to your matter, we recommend setting up an initial one-hour fixed fee appointment. Whether conducted remotely or in person, this is an opportunity for one of our specialist family law team to get to know you, go through your concerns and explain the steps that can be taken in your situation.
Your steps to get started
Before an appointment, we will require you to complete a short questionnaire to set out your case's background. This means we can familiarise ourselves in advance of the meeting, meaning we can best use the time we are talking.
We also require you to complete our ID formalities and will take you through these requirements when you make the appointment.
What will be discussed
Divorce - best process for you, costs and timescales;
Financial matters - options for dispute resolution financial disclosure, a financial application to the court including details of the process and procedure, the approach of the court in dealing with income, capital, pension claims and interim financial arrangements, as well as costs and timescales;
Children's matters - parental responsibility, living arrangements, contact arrangements, school arrangements, any concerns arising, issuing a children's application including details of the process, costs and timescales;