Child Law Solicitors
Protecting the needs and interests of your child(ren) is always your priority. When going through a legal dispute, this will be no different. At Bowsers Solicitors, we have the means to help you by protecting and prioritising your child, no matter your circumstances.
Although we typically aim to avoid court where possible, we can support you throughout court proceedings should it be necessary to protect your child from abduction and abuse. Our dedicated specialists are available to clients across March, Wisbech and wider Cambridgeshire, Lincolnshire and Norfolk to assist in resolving children’s matters whilst protecting their best interests.
Child Law Solicitor Near Me
Bowsers Solicitors have been working with families for many years in various matters, including contact matters, residence, parental responsibility and more specific issues.
Our experienced team abides by Resolution’s Code of Conduct, meaning we prioritise negotiation and mediation to resolve all matters. With this, we do all we can to avoid the family court. This helps to keep costs to a minimum, speed up the process and, in most cases, will make for a far more amicable situation.
We always recommend seeking legal advice at an early stage in the dispute. However, even when this happens, family court is not always avoidable. Nevertheless, we have the means to support you through the court process and will do all we can to achieve a favourable outcome.
If you are looking for child law advice, please contact our experienced family solicitors and chartered legal executives today on 01945 583194 (Wisbech) or 01354 652606 (March), or email email@example.com. Alternatively, you can fill in our contact form.
Wisbech and March Solicitors
Bowsers Solicitors are local solicitors for the local community. We will always do what we can to settle disputes early in the process in the most amicable way possible, regardless of the case’s complexity.
We realise how problematic cases of this matter can be, so we act in a careful yet assertive manner to ensure that you feel as though your best interests are being protected.
To speak to one of our friendly yet professional family solicitors or chartered legal executives today, please call 01945 583194 (Wisbech) or 01354 652606 (March), or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, you can fill in our contact form.
Children Law Solicitors Cambridgeshire
We have the facilities and experience to assist with a variety of children-focused matters, including:
- Parental Responsibility Orders – Helping you to ensure that you participate in crucial decisions regarding your child’s education, health and wellbeing.
- Child Arrangements Order – Helping you decide on your child’s living arrangements and how much time they will spend with each parent or guardian.
- Helping you change your child’s name or assisting with the adoption procedure.
- Child Maintenance – Financial support for children after a separation or divorce under exceptional situations.
The law is complex and can be highly confusing when speaking about children’s matters. We act compassionately and sensitively, considering the children’s needs and reflecting on our experiences in the industry to advise on the best outcome. Each case is unique and can be complex since many different parties will likely be involved, including parents, legal guardians or local authorities. As a result, we will work with you, incorporating relevant third parties to find a jointly agreed arrangement, avoiding the involvement of the court where possible.
How We Can Help
In addition to common child law matters the family law team at Bowsers Solicitors has the ability and knowledge to work on less common/more complex disputes and issues, including:
- Child abduction.
- Local authority care.
- Grandparents’ contact.
- Matters involving social services.
- Prohibited steps order.
- Same-sex parent disputes.
- Special Guardianship orders.
- Specific Issue order.
- Surrogacy disputes.
- Transgender parent disputes.
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