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This article was published on November 25th, 2021
At Thorneycroft, our family law solicitors have been dealing with relationship breakdowns and family disputes since 1991. Our team in Whaley Bridge are experienced in handling family law cases with expertise and sensitivity.
Our dedicated team of family solicitors in Whaley Bridge have developed an excellent reputation throughout High Peak and the Peak District due to their in-depth knowledge and experience of family law. They specialise in several areas including Conveyancing, Wills, Probate, Lasting Powers of Attorney, Clinical Negligence and Personal injury and Family Law.
Our family solicitors in Whaley Bridge can offer you expert advice and affordable solutions on a range of family law matters including:
There are several instances where you may require a family solicitor. We tend to assume that family solicitors only deal with divorces but they actually cover a wide variety of cases from separations to family disputes. If need help and advice about anything that involves family law it is always important to seek the advice of a specialist solicitor.
When you’re blissfully happy and in love, it can be difficult to imagine it not working out. However, life can be unpredictable and it is important to seek the advice of a family solicitor before getting married or entering a cohabitation. Our family solicitors in Whaley Bridge will offer you expert advice on pre-nuptial and cohabitation agreements to ensure that your assets are protected in the event of a relationship breakdown.
Unfortunately, many marriages do come to an end. If you find yourself in the position where you are seeking a divorce you will need to contact a family solicitor. Ending a marriage can be a complex legal affair and therefore it is important to hire an experienced solicitor that will advocate for your best interests. Our team in Whaley Bridge have been dealing with divorces for over 30 years and they offer full guidance and professional advice on all aspects of divorce proceedings. As well as this our team always take a sensitive approach to their clients as they understand that divorce can be an extremely difficult time for all the family.
Here at Thorneycroft, we recognise that no family is perfect and there will be instances where arguments happen. However, for some families, it goes further than this. There are several instances where it would be beneficial to hire a family solicitor including if you have shared assets, if there is a custody battle or if you are seeking an intervention order. Our team of family solicitors at Whaley Bridge have the resources to deal with even the most complex of family issues and each case is handled with expertise and compassion from start to finish.
Although adoption is not something that everyone will decide to do in their lives, for those that do it is important to seek proper legal advice about the process and potential pitfalls. The adoption process can be a complex and lengthy one which is why it is important to hire a specialist family solicitor as they will have all the resources to help you throughout the process. Our family solicitors at Whaley Bridge can help you by providing comprehensive advice, assisting you with your application and preparing you for court and helping you create an appeal if the court case doesn’t go in your favour.
It is becoming increasingly more common for couples to cohabitate rather than go down the traditional route of marriage. However, separation, when you are not married, is no less complicated, in fact, it is more so due to the complex laws surrounding cohabitation. It is important to seek legal advice if you are considering separating from your partner because you need to know the rights you have to any property and other assets. Our team of family solicitors have dealt with hundreds of separations and relationship breakdowns. They have in-depth knowledge and experience of family law with a key focus on value for money and client satisfaction.
Above are just some of the instances where it is important to contact a family solicitor. For further information or advice on any of the points above, please call our family solicitors in Whaley Bridge who will be happy to advise you on your legal rights. To get in contact call 0800 1979 345 or fill out our simple enquiry form.
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