If you have to attend a family court in Stamford, Peterborough Combined Court is the closest family court to attend.
Navigating the legal process can be a daunting task, especially if you are unfamiliar with the procedures and requirements that come with it. Fortunately, at Stowe Family Law, we are dedicated to guiding you through every step of the legal proceedings.
Our team provides a comprehensive guide that covers all the key topics you need to know before entering the courtroom. We understand that each case is unique, which is why we offer personalised support and advice tailored to your specific needs. With our help, you can gain the confidence and knowledge required to navigate your legal matter with ease. Trust us to provide you with a successful legal outcome. Contact us today and see how we can help.
How to Get to Peterborough Combined Court from Stamford Train Station
Peterborough Combined Court is located a 25-minute drive from Peterborough train station via Great N Rd.
If you plan to take public transport, the journey will consist of a 29-minute walk via the Cross Country Line.
What Facilities Are Available At Peterborough Combined Court?
Baby changing facilities can be found in the first aid room.
Four interview rooms are available at this court.
A loop hearing facility is available in the Counter area and Court's 1,2 and 3.
Guide dogs are permitted, but there are no extra care facilities. Dog owners must take responsibility for their animals.
This court has wireless internet access available within the building. This is a payable service.
Public parking can be found in the Key Theatre car park or Wirrina car park (less expensive).
There is a cafeteria on the ground floor which closes at 2pm daily.
Disabled access, toilet and parking facilities.
Video conference and Prison Video Link facilities (for Criminal proceedings)
How To Prepare For Court
For many, arriving at court can be an overwhelming experience. The thought of facing a judge or jury can cause anxiety, making it difficult to remain calm and collected. However, proper preparation can make all the difference.
One essential aspect is arriving early, which helps to avoid any unexpected delays or complications. Traffic and security lines can cause unnecessary stress, so arriving early can allow for ample time to navigate the environment. Once inside, it's critical to adhere to security protocols, ensuring everyone feels secure and comfortable.
Being attentive and avoiding any distractions during the hearing shows respect for the proceedings and the court. With these simple steps, visiting court can be a manageable and enlightening experience.
Get In Touch With Stowe Family Law Stamford
Family law can be a difficult and emotional topic to navigate, and at Stowe Family Law in Stamford, we understand the complexities that can arise.
Our team of experienced lawyers provides comprehensive support to guide you through every aspect of family law with professionalism and a strong focus on client care. We take pride in our expertise in the field and offer empathetic support to help you navigate any situation you may be facing.
Our commitment to providing reliable guidance and support throughout the entire process is unwavering and can help ease the emotional stresses that often come with family law matters. At Stowe Family Law, you can trust in our dedicated team to provide the guidance and support you need during this difficult time.
Our Stamford solicitors can be found at Orion House, 14 Barn Hill, PE9 2AE.
Sited on a cobbled street 200m from the town centre. The car park is located at the rear of the business centre and accessed from North Street (opposite the police station). For those travelling by rail, Stamford train station is just a 9-minute walk away.
You can call us on 01780 917604 from 8:30am – 7pm, Monday to Friday and 9am – 5pm on Saturday and Sunday.
Beth is highly experienced in all areas of family law with specific focus on financial and property disputes arising from divorce and child arrangements. Beth is Managing Partner at our Midlands offices, which includes Nottingham, Derby and Birmingham.