When a relationship ends, disputes may arise over the care and upbringing of any children. We are here to support you at every stage to achieve the best outcome for you and your child.
When a relationship ends or a family dispute arises involving children, it can be a difficult and emotional time for all concerned. It is our experience that any arrangements surrounding children have a better chance of success if they are agreed by the parents or carers, rather than having the Court impose an order upon them.
Have you been denied contact with your child? Do you feel you don’t get to spend enough time with them? Is the other parent making demands that you don’t feel is with your child’s best interests? Has the other parent made spurious or unfair allegations against you? Perhaps you have concerns about the way your child is treated when in the care of others? Whatever your issues or concerns, Grant Stephens Family Law are here to help, and always prioritise the best interests of you and your child.
4 Reasons to Choose Us to Support You In Your Family Dispute:
Expert solicitors with your best interests at heart: Our team of experienced family law solicitors have a wealth of expertise in resolving disputes involving children. Whether it’s a question of how much time each parent should spend with the child, where the child lives, or whether it is an emergency situation that requires immediate advice and representation, our sensitive, proactive approach can help achieve an early and cost-effective resolution.
Helping you reach agreement without going to court: Our solicitors encourage the use of alternative dispute resolution such as Mediation or Collaborative Law. Negotiating in this way to find an amiable solution will minimise stress and costs throughout the process, and promote a happier, healthier outcome for your children.
Results driven representation: Where going to Court is unavoidable, you will be represented and supported every step of the way by an expert solicitor. Sometimes situations arise that require emergency action and urgent Court attention such as preventing the removal of a child to another country or an order requiring one parent to return a child to another parent. If this is the case, we have a 24-hour emergency number being 07970037248 and our team will work efficiently and tirelessly to achieve the best outcome for your child.
Transparent, jargon-free approach: We’ll never overwhelm you with legal jargon, surprise you with unexpected bills or confuse you with paperwork. Our fee system is fair and clear, so you’ll always know exactly what you’re paying for, making this stressful time in your life that little bit easier. Our sensible, cost-effective approach to resolving family disputes is invaluable to our clients.
Are You Worried About Your Relationship With Your Grandchildren After A Separation?
When a relationship breaks down, grandparents can find that they spend less time with their grandchildren. This can be damaging to all concerned particularly if there was a healthy level of contact before the split. It is important that grandparents have the proper advice and representation from the outset. If you need help to reinstate a healthy level of contact with your grandchildren or you are worried about the impact of a separation and need advice on what your rights are as a grandparent, we have expert solicitors on hand to assist you.
Free Initial Consultation with Solicitors You Can Trust
At Grant Stephens Family Law, we offer a free initial consultation to all prospective clients. During this time, we will get to know you and the history of your situation, looking at the issues you face and providing advice on the legalities and practicalities of the various options available to you. By the end of this session, you will be armed with a clear plan including the next steps to take for an early resolution and the best outcome for you and your child.
Book Your Free Consultation Today
Get in touch today and you could meet with one of our expert solicitors within 24 hours, and take the first step resolving your issues. Call us on 02921 679 333 or contact us and we will get back to you to arrange your consultation.