When a relationship breaks down, the people most affected are the children. We at Ashmans Solicitors can guide you through the legal steps that you may need to take in order to continue raising your child, whilst you and your partner are no longer together.
We acknowledge that arranging the care, financial support and other aspects of raising a child, when you have split up from the other parent, can be extremely difficult to organise. We may suggest that you enter Mediation if an agreement cannot be easily and amicably reached.
There also may be the need to prevent your child from being taken out of the UK, or from relocation within the UK – Emergency Orders can be swiftly applied for in these cases.
The Family Law Team at Ashmans Solicitors provides expert legal advice and representation to all members of the family, on a wide range of issues relating to children.
Below are listed the main areas of Children’s Law that Ashmans Solicitors can advise you on:
- Child Arrangements Order
- Prohibited Steps Order
- Specific Issue Order
- Declarations of Parentage
- Parental Responsibility Order
- Taking a child abroad or relocation abroad
- Unlawful Removal of a child within the UK
- Grandparents’ Rights
- Special Guardianship Order
Ashmans Solicitors Family Law Team are here for you, no matter what type of issue you are having. Our many years of experience means that we can quickly identify exactly the right type of help needed in your individual situation.
Ashmans Solicitors hold a Legal Aid contract with the Legal Services Commission and we will advise you as to your eligibility for Legal Aid. If you are not eligible, we can offer you competitive rates and possibly even fixed fees, depending on your circumstances.
How To Contact Us
You are welcome to Contact Ashmans Solicitors for a free, no-obligation enquiry – all enquiries are welcome. We have offices in: Central London and East London, Dewsbury, Sheffield, Huddersfield and Leeds.
Please use the Contact Us form regarding your Children’s Law query, being as detailed as possible.
To help us answer you quickly, you’ll need to first describe the issue you’re having – then tell us what you want to achieve.