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Telephone Legal Advice can help you. We appreciate how sensitive family matters can be. Our lawyers are committed to providing a quality, cost effective service with all your needs in mind. Our lawyers are caring professionals that will listen to you and offer you expert advice in a compassionate manner.

We provide advice on all areas of family law. If you are faced with issues surrounding any family related matter, please call us now and get connected instantly to a qualified solicitor or barrister.

Popular areas of advice include:-

Breakdown of a relationship. Often couples separate and do not know how best to manage their affairs. You may have questions about your rights to occupy the property, your obligations towards rent/ mortgage payments or contact arrangements with your children. Speaking to a lawyer to discuss your options is always a good starting point to clarify your position.

Cohabiter’s rights. Many couples live together outside of wedlock. A common misperception is that unless you are married you have no rights to your partner’s assets. This is not always the case. Cohabitates have limited rights, too. Speaking to a lawyer from the outset can protect your financial interests in any relationship.

Civil Partnerships. The Civil Partnership Act 2004 came into force on the 5th December 2005 allowing same sex couples to gain legal recognition of their relationship. The law surrounding the same is similar to a civil marriage. There are many benefits that you should be aware of being a civil partner. Contact us today to know your rights from the start of your relationship.

Forced Marriages. A marriage is forced if the individual has not given their full and free consent. The Forced Marriage (Civil Protection) Act 2007 protects victims of forced marriages or potential forced marriages. The courts will intervene to remove victims from harm. If you or someone you know is in this situation call us today in confidence to discuss your rights.

Prenuptial Agreements. Prenuptial Agreements are often misunderstood as having no place in the English legal system. The courts do consider these agreements if they have been properly drafted. Let one of our experienced family lawyers show you how.

The Family Home. Occupation of the family home can be a major problem in relationship breakdowns. What seems practical may not always be what the law would entitle you to. There is often a misperception that if you do not contribute towards the mortgage repayments or if the property is not in your name you do not have any legal interest in the property. This is not the law. Seek legal advice now and ensure that your rights to your family home are protected.

Children. A sensitive yet firm approach needs to be taken regarding children matters. The welfare of the child will and should always be the central factor. Whether you are having problems with child maintenance, contact, residence, or social services intervention, do not delay in obtaining legal advice and making sure you know your legal rights.

Domestic Violence. Don’t be in denial. If you are experiencing physical or mental abuse at home, seek help. We fight to shelter the vulnerable from abusers. Please do not suffer in silence contact us in confidence to discuss you legal rights and options.

Telephone Legal Advice can help you. If you need more than simple advice, we may be able to take your case and represent you. Our lawyers have many years of experience in family matters. Let our experience get you the results you deserve.

Other related issues may include:-

* Divorce
* Domestic Violence
* Wills & Probate
* Property Matters
* Asylum & Refugee
* Immigration
* Human Rights

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