Relationships and Family
Sadly, there has been an increase in the number of divorces and family breakdowns over recent years. This, amongst other factors, has resulted in the development of our family law team made up of five family lawyers who have extensive and varied experience in dealing with all areas of divorce and family law. Between us we have over 50 years of practice in this specialised area of law.
We offer collaborative Law and Mediation alongside more traditional approaches.
As members of Resolution, we offer sympathetic, realistic and pragmatic advice to help with your situation. Our lawyers endeavour to adopt a sensitive and conciliatory approach whilst obtaining the best possible outcome for you.
We offer advice not just to married couples, but also to the increasing number of people who choose to live together. We can help with pre-nuptial agreements, disputes about property, money or children.
There are many reasons why individuals need expert advice and Warners family law team have the experience and expertise to deal with all your needs.
If you would like to talk about divorce, or other areas of family law, please contact us on 01732 747900.
Our divorce solicitors are based in Sevenoaks, Kent, but we will be happy to meet with you in our Tonbridge office if it is more convenient for you.
- Chambers and Partners UK 2014
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