Families are changing and so is family law
There is no such thing as a ‘typical’ family anymore, and family law is beginning to reflect this. As an award-winning team, we are at the forefront of this change, working to adapt family law so that it can meet the financial, legal, practical and commercial needs of all our clients, both locally and internationally.
Whether you’re married or unmarried, with or without children or about to marry or live together, the good news is that you have options. With more flexibility in a changing landscape, we can help you chose the right path for you.
A range of solutions for all issues
Children: dealing with separation and future-proofing plansChildren are at the heart of the family and the priority in future planning. Whether that involves a move abroad or sorting out time with parents, there are new ways to address and manage the arrangements. FIND OUT MORE
Our global reach and full service approachWe are used to working with families around the world and we have considerable experience in addressing all wider issues and interests faced by those with international connections. FIND OUT MORE
Cohabitation rights and risksUnmarried couples are the fastest growing type of family but they don't have the same rights as those who are married, and cohabitants need to know their options. FIND OUT MORE
Pre and post-nuptial agreements: some certainty in uncertain timesPre-nups and post-nups are frequently used by couples to settle their financial affairs well in advance of any relationship breakdown and to protect family assets for the future. FIND OUT MORE
Out of court solutions – one couple, one teamGoing to court is not the only way. The range of alternatives available now means your divorce or separation can be tailored to your specific needs. Our unique Uncouple approach guides you and your partner to a quicker, private outcome. FIND OUT MORE
Sorting out the financesSometimes dealing with your finances in court is the right option, but often other alternatives may deliver a better outcome. There is no 'one-size-fits-all' solution, but we will help you find the right one for your situation. FIND OUT MORE
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