children

When couples separate, the ideal position is for them to agree where their children will live and how much time they will spend with each parent, as well as all the other major decisions about their upbringing, such as their choice of school. Sadly, it is not always possible to find a solution acceptable to both parents and disputes arise. We can help you to try to resolve those disputes, perhaps through negotiation or by attending mediation. 


Sometimes it is just not possible to reach an agreement and an application to the Court for a child arrangements order might be necessary. We can help you every step of the way, dealing with all the paperwork and ensuring that you are expertly represented when you need to attend Court.


We can also act for grandparents who have been stopped from seeing their grandchildren, advising on the possible outcomes, and dealing with negotiations and any application to the Court that might be necessary.