Parental Responsibility

Do you feel as though decisions are being made about the upbringing of your child without your permission or involvement? We understand that as a parent it is crucial that you have your say in matters concerning your child’s education, health, identity and future. One method of ensuring this is by establishing your parental responsibility.

If your name is registered on your child’s birth certificate, or if you were married to your child’s mother when your child was born, you automatically have parental responsibility. Otherwise, there are a number of ways that we can help you obtain parental responsibility, including making an application to the Court.

We understand that approaching a solicitor can often feel daunting and overwhelming which is why we offer an initial consultation, free of charge, where you can meet one of our specialist family law solicitors, who will provide you with the knowledge and guidance you need to start progressing your matter. You will then be assigned a solicitor who will help guide you through the process, ensuring you are fully supported throughout and achieve the best possible results.

To make an enquiry, please give us a call or send us a message and we will be in contact straight away

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Grant Stephens

Grant is a highly specialist family law solicitor who has practised solely within the field of family Law for over 20 years.

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Eleri Jones

Eleri joined the firm as a Partner in May 2017, due to her first-class reputation as a specialist family and private client solicitor.

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Lisa Evans

Lisa has specialised in Family Law since qualifying as a solicitor in 1996. Lisa has worked at several firms throughout South Wales

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