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You can call us from 8:30am – 7pm, Monday to Friday and 9am – 5pm on Saturday and Sunday.

Please note that all in-office appointments are by pre-arrangement only.

Office address

Suite 6
143 London Rd
Stockton Heath, Warrington
WA4 6LG

Postal address

Stowe Family Law LLP
Old Court House
Raglan St
Harrogate
HG1 1LT

DX 11969 Harrogate

Successful & compassionate divorce lawyers in Stockton Heath, Warrington

The family law team in Stockton Heath, Warrington is led by Partner, Camilla Burton-Baddeley a highly experienced and well-regarded family lawyer. Camilla is joined by Managing Partner, Helen Miller and supported by Solicitor Megan Brookfield.

We are highly experienced in the complexities faced by individuals and families dealing with a family law issue. We’re constantly working with local clients to resolve complex financial matters with multiple assets and provide advice concerning child living arrangements and how they spend their time with parents post-divorce. Our team are rapidly building a reputation of being not just one of the best family law firms in Stockton Heath, but the best solicitors in the North West.

Our clients range from high-net-worth families with substantial assets, income and investments to professional families and stay at home parents in the Stockton Heath & Warrington area.

Warrington solicitors – on your side, in and out of court

We will listen, advise and guide you through the legal and practical process of divorce and other family matters. Ideally, we will work to settle out of court but are equally experienced in litigation and have a strong, robust approach and an excellent track record.

Alternatives to court are centred around the dialogue between spouses and their solicitor or solicitors. Proven methods include mediation and arbitration, which can be explained to you at the initial consultation.

Helping you before, during and after separation – family law solicitors Warrington

We are highly experienced in advising and acting in all aspects of family law with a particular focus on resolving complex financial matters and protecting the welfare of children during a separation or divorce. Our clients range from high-net-worth individuals with complex financial circumstances to local professionals with more straightforward matters. 

Family solicitors Warrington – asset protection

Whether you wish to protect your wealth or want to ensure your financial future is secured, our family solicitors in Stockton Heath work hand-in-hand with our in-house accountancy team to obtain the best representation and outcome.

Our team of Warrington family lawyers

Helen Miller
Hardworking and tactically minded, I combine knowledge and experience with empathy to ensu...
Managing Partner, Altrincham, Liverpool & Crewe
Nastassia Burton
As a family lawyer who “knows exactly how to achieve the best results for clients.”...
Partner, Altrincham & Wilmslow
Camilla Burton-Baddeley
I deal with all aspects of family law with a specialism in matrimonial finance and private...
Partner, Altrincham & Chester
Jason Stanley
With my down to earth and empathetic approach, I ensure that my clients receive clear advi...
Partner, Altrincham, Chester
Gabrielle Read-Thomas
I advise clients on all elements of a relationship breakdown including financial settlemen...
Senior Solicitor, Altrincham, Chester & Crewe
Megan Brookfield
Megan joined Stowe Family Law’s North West team in October 2021.
Solicitor, Liverpool, Altrincham & Crewe
Deborah Curtin
As Regional Team Leader for the North West, Deborah’s role is split between managing the...
Regional Team Leader (North West)
 
Wendy McManus
Wendy is a Legal Assistant within the North West Team and is based at our Altrincham famil...
Legal Assistant
 
Samantha Patel
Samantha is a Legal Assistant based at our Manchester office, also working with lawyers in...
Legal Assistant
 
Gemma Murray
Gemma joined Stowe Family Law’s Altrincham office as a Legal Assistant in October 20...
Legal Assistant
 

Stowe Family Law Stockton Heath, Warrington

Whatever you’re facing as a family, in whatever shape yours is, was, or will be, we’ll be here to listen to what you have to say and help with what you need to do.

As the only national law firm completely dedicated to family matters. we don’t touch anything else.

In us, you will have an ally who understands what you are going through and takes the strain.

Meaning you can move forward in life from a position of strength.

Handled with care.

What our clients say

Come and see us – divorce solicitors Warrington

Our office is located on London Road (A49) just south of the main high street. The office is a 10-minute drive from Warrington town centre and two miles from Warrington Bank Quay train station. For those travelling by car, there is ample street parking nearby.

The office is easily accessible to clients from surrounding areas such as Warrington, Runcorn, Widnes, St Helens, Frodsham, Liverpool and Manchester.

Our phone lines are open from 8:30am – 7pm, Monday to Friday and 9am – 5pm on Saturday and Sunday.

  • Understanding what you're going through

  • Making family law easier to grasp

  • Helping to take the strain

  • Tailoring our services for you and your circumstances

More about our Warrington family law solicitors

  • Achieving the best outcome for you

    Taking the first step in asking for legal assistance is often hardest. Family matters such as separation, child custody and maintenance are very serious and the approach you take and decisions you make now are likely to affect your life for years to come.

    The first time you meet your divorce lawyer, they will focus on understanding your situation including: family structure and finances, separation circumstances and desired outcomes. You will then be advised on the legal processes and routes and options available to help you achieve those outcomes.

    Apart from giving you direction, we aim for every client to walk away from the initial appointment with a clear plan and feeling calmer and confident, whether it be a separation, divorce, child or financial matter, or all of the above. This approach will increase your chances of achieving your goals and avoiding delays in the divorce process.

    The first appointment is also an opportunity for you to decide if you want to entrust your case to us and the divorce solicitor giving you that initial advice.

  • Starting the divorce process

    The person initiating the divorce submits a divorce application to the court and is thereafter known as the Applicant. If your ex-partner has already done that, then you will be referred to as the Respondent. The divorce process requires different actions of Applicants and Respondents at different times, and there are strategic implications for both, especially if one of you lives overseas.

  • How long your divorce is likely to take

    In England & Wales, for straightforward and uncontested divorce cases, the process can take between 4 – 6 months. On average, the whole process takes approximately one year. Longer than 12 months is common for cases where there are drawn out disagreements on child and financial matters. It is impossible to predict exactly how long a divorce will take, though a good a divorce lawyer will help give you an educated estimate.

  • How much your divorce is likely to cost

    In England & Wales, a divorce costs £550 for the application, plus any solicitor fees and court fees (if applicable). Going to court tends to make divorce more expensive due to court, barrister and additional solicitor fees.

    The cleanest and most cost-effective divorces are those where both parties reach an agreement on how to divorce including: the reason for divorce, arrangements for children and the division of assets. Doing so will minimise the amount of solicitor time and the possibility of litigation in court.

  • Who gets the children in a divorce

    Child arrangements depend largely on what the family decides, the suitability of each parent, the child’s wishes and where applicable, the ruling of a family court Judge. Resulting arrangements can include sole custody, where one parent is the sole caretaker of the child, joint custody and third-party custody where a third party such as a grandparent becomes responsible for the child’s welfare.

  • Your entitlement to the family home

    As a starting point in a divorce, assets are split 50:50.  As the family home is often the largest asset in the matrimonial pot, then it is common for it to be split between the parties. If a family has other assets, then the house could be given to one party and the other assets to the other.  Children are another factor that affects financial arrangements during a divorce. To answer this question accurately, a comprehensive understanding will be required of your family finances.

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