Family Law | Wills & Probate
Our family team can act on your behalf in relation to divorce or same-sex dissolutions as well as dealing with the financial aspects of the breakdown of that relationship.
We are experts in dealing with children issues, whether that is in relation to "custody" or "access" or both of which are now known as child arrangement orders.
In the unfortunate event that you need to obtain a non-molestation injunction to prevent you or your loved ones from suffering harm including domestic violence, we can act quickly and decisively to obtain, without notice to the perpetrator if necessary
(ex parte), the protection you may need including removing the perpetrator from the family home.
If you need to urgently prevent the disposal of matrimonial assets (known as an s37 injunction, we can act very quickly in preparing, applying for and representing you at court to ensure that valuable assets are preserved.
Our Family team is experienced, specialising in complex high net worth divorces and relationship breakdowns. We pride ourselves in offering premium service.
Our wills & probate team understand that dealing with a will can be an unpleasant experience. It need not be. Protecting your family after you pass away is a very responsible thing to do.
Making sure that is done properly is not something you want to leave to chance. Preparing a Will through a fully qualified Solicitor is the ONLY way to make sure you provide properly for your loved ones.
We carefully yet swiftly prepare financial lasting powers of attorneys (LPA's) to enable you to appoint someone to act on your behalf in relation to your financial affairs when you become mentally unwell, whilst retaining full control at all other times.
Knowing what you want your family to do if you are severely incapacitated can often bring peace of mind to family and to you by preparing a what used to be known as an advance directive through a health and welfare lasting power of attorney which we can also prepare swiftly and sensitively on your behalf.
Probate is the process by which the assets of someone who has passed away are called in (collected) and distributed to those who are the beneficiaries. Ensuring that is done properly, with options to mitigate any tax liability and undertaken sensitively is something that needs expert knowledge and a good bedside manner.