Family problems can be both distressing and confusing, particularly since the Government's announcement that separating couples must follow specific routes when dealing with them. It is therefore essential to have a Lawyer on your side who is both compassionate and sensitive as well as having the knowledge and experience to advise on the full spectrum of family and associated matters.
With a department made up of experienced Solicitor Advocates, Solicitors, a Solicitor Mediator and Legal Executives, GHP Legal has one of the largest and most highly respected family law teams operating in North Wales, Shropshire, Mid Wales and the North West. Versatile and dedicated to providing the highest standards of legal advice and client care, we specialise in handling complicated relationship breakdowns, often involving high value assets and complex business and property isues. We also advise on Trusts, Taxation, and niche areas such as Inheritance Act claims.
Covering all aspects of negotiation, mediation, litigation and advocacy, our team includes Lawyers who are Members of the Family Law Accreditation Scheme and Resolution. We have extensive expertise in dealing with all matters relating to Children, including representing Children's Guardians. Among the team are two Solicitors on the Solicitors Regulation Authority Children Panel Accreditation Scheme (Child representatives). We are also on the list of Solicitors approved by the Grandparents' Association.
Your initial meeting of up to thirty minutes with one of our experienced lawyers will be free of charge. At this meeting we will help you to decide whether your case is suitable for the conventional route of legal representation, negotiation and resolution (hopefully without the need for litigation) or whether your case may be more suited to mediation. Submit your details here.
Whichever route you take, GHP Legal can offer you an affordable, family focussed, constructive solution and will deal with your case as quickly, cost-effectively and pain-free as possible.
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