Specialist Family Law barristers who combine legal excellence with a genuinely personable approach.

Our large team of specialist Family law barristers has a long history of advising and representing clients both within the UK and overseas.

Our barristers are highly regarded for their work in cases involving Public Law (Care proceedings and Adoption), Private Law (Child Arrangements) Financial Remedies and Divorce, Judicial Review, Court of Protection, Child Abduction and International Jurisdiction cases, along with Wardship, in all tiers of the Family Court system up to the Supreme Court.

We not only act for Solicitors but also individuals via Direct Access, as well as Local Authorities, Care Organisations, The Police, and Charities.

However, experience has taught us our clients need more than the best legal advice.  Given the truly personal nature of a family case, you also need a truly personal touch. 

Areas of Family Law

Our dedicated clerks will ensure you receive the highest quality service from your first telephone enquiry to the conclusion of your case. 

This quality of service is not restricted to a specific case.  You will also see we are always on hand to offer help, answer questions and provide additional assistance wherever we can.

If you are looking for experienced help to progress settlements using Dispute Resolution (out of court methods) our Family Team also includes qualified Children’s Arbitrators.

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The areas our specialist family barristers can help you with include:

  • Care and Adoption cases
  • Child Abduction
  • Children’s Arbitration
  • Child Arrangements, including Residence and children’s contact
  • Dissolution of Civil Partnerships
  • Divorce
  • Family cases with an international element
  • Financial Remedy
  • Financial disputes between cohabiting couples (TOLATA)
  • Financial Provision for the Family under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependents) Act 1975
  • Incapacity and Court of Protection cases
  • Judicial Review
  • Schedule 1 (Children Act)
  • Wardship

If you would like to discuss a family law case in total confidence with one of our best qualified family law barristers, please contact us today.