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Adept Family Legal Advice Service in London 

We understand the importance of prompt access to considerate, professional legal advice when it comes to family matters. 

It is imperative to invest in family legal advice services to guide you through difficult experiences with confidence, empathy, certainty and professionalism.

We specialise in: 

  • Divorce and relationship breakdown
  • Financial disputes
  • Issues concerning children
  • Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements
  • Civil partnerships
  • International family law

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Family Law Advice Tailored to your Needs 

Unlike other law firms, we tailor our legal advice to suit you and your family. No two cases or families are the same.

You can rely on our family legal advisors to achieve the best possible outcome for your personal situation. 

We draw upon our extensive experience in this challenging field to provide you with trusted counsel.

Your needs are our top priority, regardless of whether you need to agree on child custody (and access) arrangements, are going through a divorce, are a party to a child custody suit, or have been victimized by domestic violence.

Non-Confrontational Family Law Advice Service 

We will always aim to find an amicable way forward outside of court proceedings. As well as representing you at hearings in the Family Court, we are experienced in handling complex legal disputes involving children.

Our team focuses on:

  • Excellence¬†
  • Flexibility¬†
  • Integrity¬†
  • Trust
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Top-Notch Family Lawyers in London 

The importance of getting the right advice quickly and cheaply cannot be overstated by us. 

Whether it is in relation to the grounds of divorce which are best for you or what financial claim you can make, our highly experienced family lawyers are available to assist you throughout the entire course of your case.

In addition to protecting your property and assets from any divorce or separation, we also provide financial advice to unmarried couples who are separating.

The Family Law Specialists 

Our team of family legal advisors is known for helping you with family law and giving accurate family law advice. We have experience in providing answers to questions such as: What are my rights as a parent? What will happen to our children after divorce? What if I am pregnant?

Our services are not limited to personal advice and consultation, they can also be found in our legal support service which provides a range of legal solutions for personal cases like divorce, child custody, restraining orders and other similar matters.

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How it Works?

Assessment of your Case 

If you have any initial questions, please let us know about the specific nature of your case.

 

Explain your Options 

We will explain the options that will give you the best chance of success based on your circumstances.

 

Further Proceedings 

In order to ensure your success, we will explain the process, key considerations, costs, and agree on a strategy to achieve your goals.

 

How Can We Help You?

Pre-Nupital & Post-Nupital Agreements 

If your relationship ends, you may want to consider investing in an agreement to reflect your financial intentions. Our team of family legal advisors is here to help you guide through the process. 

 

Separation Agreements 

From your children to finances, these contracts allow you to proceed with an undefended divorce without court costs. We can help you save a lot of time, money & energy. 

 

Dissolution of Civil Partnerships 

To ensure a fair division of all matrimonial property when your marriage ends, you may need smart, experienced lawyers to guide you through the complex legal system. 

Children & Parenting Issues 

In all disputes about Parental Rights and Responsibilities, including residence and contact, we are here to help you. Our family legal advice service will smooth things over. 

Cohabitation 

We can ensure you receive a fair deal at the end of your relationship, even if the law offers limited protection for cohabitees. 

Protection from Domestic Abuse 

Whenever you are at your most vulnerable, we’ll make sure your family is protected. Domestic violence can take many forms, including physical, psychological, sexual, emotional, and financial abuse.¬†

Frequently Asked Questions

Family law cases can be emotionally difficult for everyone involved. It’s important to take this into consideration when you’re making decisions to best protect yourself and your children. At an early stage, lawyers from Oliver & Co Solicitors can help by providing accurate and up-to-date legal advice about your rights and responsibilities. We cannot advise whether taking a certain action is best for you, but we will not advise anything that contradicts what our clients demand.

Divorce is an option for ending a marriage that has irretrievably broken down. It can be on the basis of either “no-fault” or “fault.” A no-fault divorce involves the husband and wife not blaming each other for the breakdown of the marriage.¬†

Common grounds include “irreconcilable differences” and incompatibility. Fault-based divorces are when one of the spouses has a legal reason to leave, such as infidelity or physical violence. The list of fault-based grounds includes: adultery, physical cruelty, mental cruelty, attempted murder, desertion, habitual drunkenness, use of addictive drugs and infection with sexually transmitted diseases.¬†

If you’re dealing with a separation, it’s important to consult a lawyer. Whether you’re taking care of property or children, it will help to understand the consequences of any decision you make. You’ll also want to know where your legal position stands before you take steps in that direction.

Should you and your partner be unable to work out your divorce outside of court, parenting orders will be issued by either the Family Court or Federal Circuit Court. Before applying for your divorce, you’ll need to go to family dispute resolution court in order to settle any disputes. If the case does go to court, a judge will determine what is in the best interests of your children moving forward.¬† Our family legal advisors will help you in every way possible.¬†