Family Law

Divorce and Separation

Legal issues in Family Law can arise when the circumstances of your relationship with your Spouse change. At Cranbrook Solicitors, our advice is tailored to your specific needs and can vary from an aggressive approach to resolving the issues through conciliation and negotiation.

As the renowned family law solicitors in London, we handle each case on its merits. Whether your case is straightforward or complex, we will act decisively to achieve the right result for you.

We are able to help you to:

  • Ascertain whether you have ground for divorce.
  • Formally separate without dissolving the marriage (Legal Separation).
  • Gain information on the divorce law and process.
  • Obtain a divorce.



Children

Given the involvement of children in certain family law cases, we must consider their best interests and create a base for them to grow. We aim to avoid the negative effects of your relationship breakdown, as much as possible.

Our experienced child custody lawyer can take instructions on a whole range of issues involving children, including:

  • Child Abduction
  • Child Arrangements
  • Relocation
  • Parental Responsibility
  • Prohibited Steps Orders
  • Specific Issue Orders
  • Special Guardianship



Pre-Nuptial Agreements

Currently, there is no statutory provision which upholds arrangements of this type however it is clear that there is a shift in attitude towards them and their terms will, in certain circumstances, be upheld by the court in deciding any subsequent claim made.

It is vital that both sides to a prenuptial agreement have full advice from independent solicitors and full disclosure of the other party’s assets and income before agreeing to any terms in an agreement.



Forced Marriage Protection Order

If you are or someone you know is at risk of a forced marriage we can assist by applying to the court a Forced Marriage Protection Order (FMPO) against anyone who is perpetrating the abuse.
FMPO’s contain various terms which the court considers appropriate to protect an individual from being forced into a marriage.