Family Law

Family Law Solicitor Services

Jennings Family Law Solicitors understand that family law matters are an extremely sensitive area and we provide a supportive personal advice service, as well as expert legal services. Whether you are facing divorce, separation, domestic abuse, child welfare or other family law issues – we can help you through what can often be a distressing and confusing time.

Jennings offer affordable solutions on all family law matters, including:

Mediation advice
Pre-nuptial agreements
Post-nuptial agreements
Civil partnerships
Domestic violence/injunction
Financial settlements on divorce / separation
Maintenance CSA
Child abduction
Parental responsibility
Contact matters/residence (child arrangement orders)
Child Support Agency (CSA) and child maintenance issues
Transfer of property
Co-habitation rights
Transfer of property
Collaborative law
Inheritance Act claims
Other Family Law matters

Why Choose Jennings Family Law Solicitors?

Our family law team specialise in providing expert advice in all areas of family law, including divorces and separations that affect children and domestic abuse:

We will explain the process clearly and keep you informed about what is happening at each stage
We provide cost effective solutions tailored to your situation and will provide clear information about costs, allowing you to manage your outgoings
All communication and support is confidential

Members of The Solicitors Family Law Association

Mrs Claire Smith, Head of the Family Law Department, is a member of the Solicitors Family Law Association. This is an organisation of Family Law Solicitors which aims to promote fair and conciliatory solutions to the issues arising at times of family breakdowns or crisis. The code of practice relevant to the SFLA is prepared for solicitors and is designed to benefit you in the way the work is undertaken.

Move forward with your family law matters and contact Jennings today!

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