The Family Law Company recognises that the welfare of children is at the heart of any legal process that impacts on a family, so we treat our clients with respect and honesty.

Although many separating parents can amicably agree arrangements for their children, such as where they live, who they see, where they go to school or what their legal surname will be, inevitably there are occasions when agreements cannot be reached and Court proceedings will need to be considered.

In this case, our experienced Child Law solicitors will work with you through the process to achieve the right long-term solution, helping you to focus on the needs of the children. Our clients are important to us and we will ensure that your voice and opinions, as well as those of your children, are heard ‒ and valued.

Our advice and representation encompasses support for grandparents and extended family members including aunts and uncles who may wish to be heard on certain decisions affecting children as they grow up.

Our team of family lawyers also provide support for those who are looking to create a family by way of adoption and surrogacy. We have an excellent reputation for working through any legal issues in this specialist area of adoption and child law.

The Family Law Company has many years of experience representing both children and parents using accomplished negotiation skills. Our solicitors working in Child Law are represented on the Law Society’s Children Panel, as well as being accredited Resolution specialists.

There are no words to describe you but AWESOME! During this very difficult time for my daughter and myself he has taken control of my situation and always finds an ‘upbeat’ side to focus on. I always come away from his meetings as though a huge weight has been lifted from my shoulders and with a spring in my step.

Key contacts for Family Disputes Involving Children

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