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We understand the need for compassionate legal advice during times of family difficulty. We will provide clear advice on your options and wherever possible seek to resolve matters in a non contentious and sensitive manner.

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You can get a divorce if you have been married for at least a year and your relationship has irretrievably broken down. You must have a marriage that is legally recognised in the UK and have a permanen home in England or Wales.

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As with financial settlements, child arrangement orders can be extremely stressful and may have nothing to do with a divorce. If you are having difficulty having contact with a child or you would like your child to live with you then we can assist.

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A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a legal document that lets you appoint people (known as ‘attorneys’) to make decisions on your behalf. It could be used if you became unable to make your own decisions.

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Making a will allows you to provide for your loved ones after you have gone. It is the only way to make sure that your wishes are carried out. It eases the burden on those left behind who must handle your affairs when you are gone.

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We appreciate that it can be daunting for older members of the community and their family to make plans for future. We specialise in assisting older members of the community and their families to navigate the law and put their affairs in order.

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More and more parents feel that decisions made by schools and local authorities about their children are unfair or unworkable. We offer advice, assistance and representation at any or all levels of the appeal and complaint procedures.


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Mediation is an alternative dispute resolution (ADR) process that aims to resolve a dispute in a non-confrontational manner. It is a cost effective alternative to litigation where a trained mediator helps the parties to communicate in a positive and productive way.

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Trusts are set up to manage assets. Trustees are the legal owners of the trust assets who manage the assets. Beneficiaries are the people who benefit from the income or the capital of the trust assets.


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