Friendly, professional and supportive legal advice to help you effectively resolve family disputes and move forwards
Dedicated support from local family solicitors
Family law is an increasingly complex area of law. Bray & Bray’s skilled family lawyers have 128 years of combined experience in dealing with family disputes of all kinds, from contentious divorces to issues of childcare and civil partnership dissolution.
Our approach to family law
The nature of family disputes means that our family solicitors need to strike a balance between professionalism, legal knowledge and the handling of delicate situations. We offer a sympathetic ear and will work with you to understand your personal situation and its implications for your family, before advising you on the best way forward to resolve any issues.
Our varied experience in family law gives us an unrivalled level of empathy and understanding. As well as comprehensive legal advice and support, we can also offer advice on mediation and will recommend this as a possible way forward if we feel it’s appropriate.
Our family law services:
Within our areas of specialism, our family law team offers high quality, friendly legal advice covering:
- Divorce and separation, including property disputes
- Civil partnerships
- Financial settlements
- Child contact arrangements
- Maintenance and child support
- Parental responsibility
- Domestic violence and protective orders
- Annulment of marriage
- Pre- and post-nuptial agreements
- Pension splitting/sharing
- Living together agreements
- Co-habitation and advice for unmarried couples
Initial fixed fee consultation
Our family lawyers offer an initial fixed-fee consultation for just £95. This one-hour consultation allows us to discuss your situation and provide you with options for your next steps. We can also advise whether you might be able to take advantage of one of our fixed fee services or what the legal costs are likely to be if your situation is more complex. We will confirm the advice given in writing following the initial consultation.
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