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Client Interview: Court Order for Contact with Son (Hinckley)

Bray & Bray Client Sam describes how family law solicitor Lisa Mohar helped him to regain contact with his son after 6 months of not being able to see him.

Q: How did you come across Bray & Bray? 

A: Bray & Bray in Hinckley are local to me; I’ve walked past the office on my way into town lots of times.  I actually went to a couple of different solicitors at first, but chose to instruct Bray & Bray. 

Q: What were your first impressions of Lisa Mohar, who dealt with your case? 

A: Great – she was really helpful and really friendly.  I felt like I could trust her straight away. 

Q: What did Lisa do for you? 

A: At first, Lisa helped me to set up a proposal for a Court Order and she gave me advice and support for responses to the other side.  She was really good and really helpful.  The result was that a Court Order was put into place, which meant that I was able to re-establish contact with my son, who I hadn’t seen for 6 months. 

Q: How would you describe the process from start to finish? 

A: It was a lengthy process, lasting about 3 months.  However, there were no setbacks because of the solicitors; everything that Lisa dealt with went very smoothly.

Q: How do you feel now that your case has settled? 

A: Relieved.  If I ever need to go back to a solicitor about something like this, I would definitely go back to Lisa. 

Q: If you were to recommend Bray & Bray to a friend or family member, what would you say to them? 

A: They are supportive, helpful and I really felt like they were on my side.  The most important thing to me was that I felt like I could trust Lisa instantly; she understood where I was coming from and that really mattered to me.


Contact Lisa or the Family Law Team

If you require advice on Child Arrangements Orders (previously known as Residence and prior to that Custody) like Michael, you can contact Lisa Mohar directly on or call 0116 254 8871 to speak with her.

For more information about the Family Law Team and services, view the Family Law page.


Posted on

September 14, 2017