Family Law Brighton & Hove
We have a great deal of experience in guiding people through the implications and consequences of divorce/dissolution, cohabitation separation and relationship breakdown. We can assist in financial proceedings, children proceedings and can obtain emergency injunctions in cases of domestic abuse. This area of law is known as family law.
We understand the anxiety involved when relationships break down and the need for clients to minimise further stress at a difficult time. We offer all clients an initial free 30 minute consultation with a specialist family law solicitor and at this first appointment you will be advised on the various methods of funding available to you.
Our clients come from a wide range of backgrounds and come to us to resolve complex issues quickly. We give clear, objective advice in plain English and combine effective negotiation with a no nonsense approach. Our dedicated family law lawyers work to your objectives and aim to achieve a speedy settlement of cases in a non-adversarial way. Your case will be dealt with in its entirety by a qualified solicitor. You will be in contact only with your solicitor and not a variety of support staff.
Crosby & Woods maintain strong links with other agencies such as CAFCASS, RISE, CAB and local mediation services. Where necessary, we can draw upon the expertise in our probate and conveyancing departments to provide you with a comprehensive cost effective service.
Some matters such as non-contested divorces, parental responsibility agreements and changes of name deeds can be dealt with under our fixed fee scheme providing you with clear, upfront costs.
Sometimes when an agreement cannot be reached in relation to children or finances it may have to be settled in Court. If your case necessitates a Court application we will instruct leading chambers and trusted barristers to ensure you are provided with unrivaled expertise from the outset until the conclusion of your case.
Our family law solicitor team offer a free, confidential and no-obligation meeting to discuss your concerns, options and the costs involved.