Any issues which touch on family relationships are sensitive. Whether you are dealing with the breakdown of a relationship and the complex financial issues arising from that; deciding on arrangements for the residence of or contact with your children, or even getting help and support to deal with issues surrounding domestic violence; it is essential that you have the reassurance of knowing your solicitor is a specialist, and one who truly understands the need for you to receive sympathetic, honest and sensible legal advice.
At Reeds our solicitors know that every family relationship is different, and so we approach all our cases with you as an individual in mind, ensuring that we manage every one of our cases pro-actively, and with a high degree of sensitivity and integrity. Our team of solicitors are extremely approachable and experienced in dealing with difficult and complex cases. We have a team of accomplished and well respected advocates who will go the extra mile to achieve the best outcome for you.
Our solicitors are accredited members of the Law Society’s Children Panel and are members of Resolution. In care proceedings our team are instructed by both members of the public and professional agencies such as CAFCASS. A lot of our work is generated through recommendations from clients and professionals which reflects the level of service we provide.
Our family department has a contract with the Legal Aid Agency meaning that we can offer our clients the benefit of public funding for certain cases, including representation in court proceedings. When legal aid is not available we offer competitive fixed fees to advise and represent you. Please see each of our practice area pages for more information about funding your case, or speak to any one of our family lawyers.
Should you wish to contact us for an initial consultation in confidence, please contact any member of the team. Alternatively you can click here to provide us with your details, and a member of the team will be in touch with you as soon as possible.
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