Children & family law

Children, whose parents are separating, will undoubtedly be worried about how their lives will change. They will typically worry about where they will live and how often they will see their other parent. We can help you formulate answers to these difficult questions,  advise you on how to work with the other parent and, will provide you with helpful literature to support you and your family through this difficult time.

We always encourage parties to try and resolve any differences they have regarding their children without the need for Court intervention. Unfortunately, this is not always possible so, where necessary, we will advise, support and represent you in court.

As well as practical issues of where the children will live, with whom and when, financial issues often also need to be resolved. We can advise you on child maintenance and other money related issues (housing and/or care allowance) that inevitably arise on family breakdown. This can apply whether you are married to the other parent or not.

How our family law solicitors can help you:

Next Steps

Contact our family team for an initial, no obligation, consultation on 01732 747900 or family@warners.law

Meet the team

Abigail Eriksson-Lee

Associate

Charles Tennant

Partner

Matthew Aves

Partner & Family Mediator

Rayma Collins

Partner, Collaborative Lawyer & Head of Family

Toni Gladstone

Paralegal

Alice Scambler

Associate

Angharad Monk

Legal Executive

"Throughout the case you have been able to answer all my questions, been fantastically well organised and prepared, written some great letters and given good advice. Thank you and on behalf of our children, who will now still get to see their Daddy, thank you."


A recent client

"I am very impressed with you and the team, you are knowledgable and caring which is a brilliant combination."


A recent client