Instructing a family law solicitor
If you’ve never spoken to a solicitor before, don’t worry. Here’s a quick guide to help you find a good family law solicitor:
Think about what issue you need help with.
Choose your solicitor based on their experience in the relevant field.
Find out if they have accreditations in the relevant area of law.
If you need help with family law, find a specialist, not the solicitor who helped sell your house or does work for your business.
Meet a number of solicitors and speak to them. They should give you a few minutes of their time for free.
After meeting a solicitor, ask yourself the following questions:
Did they listen to you?
Do they give you practical solutions?
Was it easy to understand their advice?
Did you get a clear idea of how the case might proceed and the likely costs?
New to instructing a solicitor?
Don’t worry. Getting solutions to your legal problems begins with our three point plan.
Get in touch with us
We understand how difficult it can be to talk about your problem so it’s our purpose to make the process as easy as possible for you.
We are also very open about our fees and will see if you are eligible for Legal Aid very quickly. A quick assessment with our staff over the phone or in person can check your eligibility and to help you
You’re in good hands!
When you first get in touch we’ll ask you some questions about the challenges you’re facing. We can do this in a number of ways:
Face to face appointment
Once we know what kind of help you need we can determine the best way to help you.
Create a plan – and make things happen.
The third stage is to agree on a plan. This will be a conversation between you and your solicitor.
In cases involving social workers, we can get on board immediately and start helping you change what may look like a negative situation to a more positive outcome for you and your children.
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