Family Law

When relationships change you may find yourself in a situation where you need legal advice. Our team of friendly Family Law experts are on hand to help you navigate through the process and achieve a positive outcome.

Specialist Family Law Solicitors

When parents are in dispute over their children emotions can run high, but with specialist Family Law solicitors by your side, you’ll be in the best possible position to work through the issues and find a constructive, positive solution. We can help with living arrangements, access and financial issues. Find out more about how we can help and the fixed fee service we offer.

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Let’s talk. You can call us on 0117 906 9400 or email for further information from our family solicitors in Bristol and London. Alternatively, please complete our contact form 

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Collaborative family law

If you are looking to resolve a Family Law issue without involving the family courts, Collaborative Law may be the right solution for you. Find out more about Collaborative Family Law and how our specially trained solicitors can help.

Domestic abuse

If you are in a relationship with an abusive partner it can be difficult to ask for help.  Our friendly Family Law solicitors are on hand to help in regard to safeguarding. We can assist with Non Molestation Orders and Occupation Orders on an urgent basis to provide protection from harm for you and your family. Call us in confidence on 0117 906 9400 or email

Grandparent’s rights

Grandparents play an important role in children’s lives but sometimes a conflict between parents can lead to the children being denied contact with their grandparents. It will often surprise grandparents that they do not have automatic rights to their grandchildren in those situations. 

However, this does not mean that they have no recourse. The family courts will consider what is in the best interest of the children, and they often recognise the importance of grandchildren spending time with their grandparents.

Relocating with children

If your ex-spouse or partner is looking to relocate with your children or has refused permission for you to relocate with your children, it’s important to seek legal advice as soon as possible. The procedure for national and international relocation cases remains the same, but it is important to know your rights. Our specialist Family Law solicitors can help you understand the process and advise you on the best course of action.

Cohabitation agreements

More and more couples are choosing to live together and share their lives without getting married. And whilst emotionally, you may feel no different to a married couple, under the law, couples that live together without getting married do not share the same legal rights as those who marry. Find out how a Cohabitation Agreement can future proof your relationship.

Pre & post nuptial agreements

If you need to safeguard your business or financial provisions for your children, you may need to consider a Pre or Post Nuptial Agreement. Find out how our expert Family Law solicitors can help.

Changing your name

You can change your name at any time provided you do not intend to deceive or defraud another person. You will need evidence that your name change is legitimate and permanent for many organisations such as banks, the DVLA, the Passport Office. We can advise you on the appropriate steps to take and assist in the drafting and registration of these documents.

Changing the name of your child requires the agreement of all parties (usually the parents) with Parental Responsibility or an Order of the Court. It is always best to seek legal advice and we can help you with this.

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