There are options available to parents (and sometimes other family members) which enable them to agree on child arrangements when separating (some people use the phrase ‘child custody’). However, you may need a solicitor to help you come to this agreement, to make it legally binding, or (if all other options are exhausted) to apply for a court order.
Nationally recognised legal advice for separations involving children
We have an excellent reputation for matters involving children and securing the desired outcome for our clients. This is reflected in our inclusion in national independent legal guide The Legal 500, which notes our team regarding Children Act matters, and disputes over children involving international jurisdiction issues.
We have a particular specialism in complex cases, often involving an international element, for high-net-worth individuals. We also help with child arrangement issues including shared custody and child visitation rights.
Our team are highly experienced. They are members of Resolution, meaning that we give you the best chance of resolving the issues in the most amicable and non-confrontational way possible.
Committed to the best possible outcome
If you’re looking for approachable, responsive lawyers with an outstanding commitment to securing the best possible outcome for the children involved in the case, get in touch to find out how we can help you.
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