Posted by Imran Khodabocus on 4th July 2016

Too busy or far away for a personal meeting?

Here at the Family Law Company, we recognise that our client’s lead really busy lives. We also recognise that sometimes it simply may not be possible to meet with our clients the ‘traditional way’ with a meeting in our offices.  We are proud to embrace these changes and have adapted to offer new ways which we can continue to offer our clients specialist family advice, even from a distance.

Far away but still approachable

the modern "face-to-face" meeting

the modern “face-to-face” meeting

One of the reasons that we have been awarded by the Devon and Somerset Law Society is for our approach in helping our clients. It’s this desire to be ‘approachable even from a distance’ that has led us to invest in technology so that our client’s can access specialist legal advice without the trouble of coming into the office.

Online advice from a real person

We can offer advice ‘online’ to our clients. This can be through a variety of ways such as; Webcam; Facetime and Skype. These ways you will even be able to see your solicitor so it will feel like a face to face meeting. We still have telephone conference facilities, or if you prefer, can contact people via email or text message.

At the Family Law Company we recognise that being online is the new way to ‘face’ clients.  Many of our clients are already taking this up. We are currently assisting people from a variety of locations; from those based in London to those living in Europe. With these capabilities we can extend the reach of our specialist family advice.

Specialist advice

It’s this same advice that has resulted in our team being members of the Law Society’s Family Law Panel and the Law Society’s Children Law Panel to name but a few. Our multilingual team of experts, some of whom have been shortlisted nationally for awards, can assist with any issues you have in connection with children. For example, we work with many people who live outside of Devon but have children living in or around the county. Our team of financial experts frequently help people with businesses or property in the county even though they themselves live further afield. Another example is where we represent people who are getting divorced where one has petitioned locally where the other lives elsewhere. If you are the victim of domestic violence and are thinking of fleeing here, our team of sensitive professionals can help. We can put you in touch with local domestic violence agencies and together can explore the possibility of injunctions keeping someone from you and your family as well orders allowing you to stay in your home.

Working with you wherever you are

Wherever you are based, with our innovative way of working with you, even if it’s not physically face to face, our team of family law experts are never really far away.

Providing that you qualify financially, you can still get legal aid for issues involving domestic violence. Even if you don’t qualify, your initial appointment is always free.

If you require further information or advice in respect of this or any other family matter, please contact us on 01392 421777.

The Family Law society accreditation in Advanced Family lawImage of The Law Society Accreditation of Children Law.
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