Child Law Experts
Stowe Family Law’s solicitors are experts in child law, divorce and all family law matters. This is a complex area of law that can change rapidly to reflect modern lifestyles.
Our services include:
- Adoption and name changes
- Child Arrangement Orders: formerly known as Residence and Contact orders, these define where a child will live and how much time he/she shall spend with the other parent.
- Child mediation
- Domestic violence and children
- Grandparent’s rights
- International child relocation
- International child abduction
Our solicitors provide legal advice and representation regarding children to both parents and wider family members. Disputes concerning children can be some of the most challenging issues that families and the courts have to face. This area of law is governed by the Children Act 1989.
Get in touch today for a 30 minute consultation with one of our highly skilled family solicitors.
The welfare of child is always the paramount consideration for family courts. Court proceedings should always be used as a last resort. Our solicitors can help to guide you through the best options for you and your child.
Why Choose Stowe Family Law Children’s Solicitors?
Every family is different so we take great care in matching the circumstances of each case with the right solicitor’s specialist skills.
Our dedicated children’s department, lead by Mark Christie, has a wealth of experience in complex children’s law cases. We can advise on the most cost-effective ways to proceed with child related cases and one of our dedicated children’s specialists will work with you throughout the case from initial meeting to final outcome.
Stowe Family Law has grown to become the UK’s largest specialist family law firm. Our clients benefit from our specialist teams, multiple departments and expert lawyers who provide assistance at every stage of the process.
If you need advice on any aspect of children’s law then get in touch with one of our offices to discuss your case and arrange a 30 minute initial no obligation consultation today.