How do I make an appointment?
The best way to make an appointment with us is to complete our online booking form (see “contact us”) or to telephone us on 020 7100 6100.
When might I need a family solicitor?
Family law is, in essence, anything to do with relations between couples and between parents and children. The kinds of family law problems we deal with include:
What kind of children issues are you able to help with?
In terms of family law, we can help where parents or grandparents are having trouble reaching agreement about the arrangements for their children. We deal with private children law, which means we cannot accept any cases where Social Services are involved. If Social Services are involved, or it is very likely they will be in the future, you should contact a firm that practices in public children law. Although there is a lot of overlap between these two areas of law, there are big differences too and you should try to find a specialist in the area you need.
We also offer parent coaching, which aims to guide parents as they support their children through a divorce or separation.
How can I access a wellness package?
You can choose your first wellness package upon booking your first face-to-face consultation: if booking online simply select your choice from the drop-down menu on our booking form, or if booking over the telephone you can mention the package you would like. After your appointment has taken place, we will send you everything you need to access your chosen package.
Your second package is available to you at any point during your time as a client with us. You just need to mention this to your solicitor and we will send you all the details you need. Finally, you will have the opportunity to select a third package upon the conclusion of your matter and the closing of your file with us.
Do you accept legal aid?
No, we do not have a legal aid contract and can only accept privately paying clients. To find a solicitor that takes on legal aid work please use this link: http://find-legal-advice.justice.gov.uk/