If you live in Woking and have to attend a family court, the closest to access is Staines County Court and Family Court.
Legal proceedings can be a stressful and confusing experience, leaving even the most composed individuals feeling overwhelmed. Facing a court appearance can only add to the anxiety. However, there is no need to face this daunting task alone.
Stowe Family Law Woking are here to provide expert guidance and support to help you navigate unfamiliar legal terminology and procedures. With years of experience and an abundance of knowledge, our team can impart tranquil solace to those feeling lost. We have created a comprehensive guide to help you understand what to expect and approach each step of the court process with confidence and peace of mind. So, reach out to us for the support you need and allow us to guide you through this challenging time.
How to Get to Staines county court and family court from Woking Train Station
Staines County Court and Family Court is a 27 minute drive from Woking via M25.
You can also take public transport that will take around 58 minutes via Buss 446.
What Facilities Are Available At Staines County Court and Family Court?
If you have a disability and need help coming to a hearing, please contact 0300 123 5577.
Public car parking is available
This building has level access to the building entrance, and court room.
Lanyards available on request.
Assistance dogs are welcome.
The building has hearing enhancement facilities available by prior arrangement. Please contact the Court office by telephone or email if necessary.
Cold vending machine on the first floor.
4 interview rooms are available on the ground floor
This Court has a childrens room facility.
Baby changing facilities are available in the disabled toilets on the ground floor
Court/hearing room video conferencing facilities and prison to court video link facilities are available (by prior arrangement)
How To Prepare For Court
Walking into a courthouse can be a daunting experience, especially if you're unfamiliar with the process. But there are steps you can take to ensure a stress-free experience. One crucial step is arriving early, giving yourself ample time to navigate the often hectic traffic and long security lines. Compliance with security measures is also essential to keep everyone safe.
During the hearing, it's crucial to remain attentive and demonstrate respect for both the proceedings and the court. Distractions, such as mobile phones, should be avoided. Following these guidelines can help you navigate the courthouse with ease, reducing your stress levels and making the process more convenient for everyone concerned.
Get In Touch With Stowe Family Law Woking
Family law matters can be incredibly stressful and challenging to navigate on your own. That's why finding the right solicitor is crucial for ensuring the best outcome for you and your family. When searching for a reputable firm, look no further than Stowe Family Law, located in Woking.
With over 30 years of experience in the field, they have a well-deserved reputation for providing expert legal advice and excellent client care. Their comprehensive range of services covers all aspects of family law, from divorce to child custody disputes. At Stowe Family Law, they understand the importance of providing empathetic guidance to their clients throughout every stage of the process, prioritising professionalism and respect for your needs. With their help, you can feel confident that your family law matters will be handled with the utmost care and attention, leaving you with peace of mind.
Our Woking office is located at Albion House, Spaces One, Unit 6 High Street (GU21 6BG), conveniently located opposite Woking train station offering access to central London in just 25 minutes.
There is limited parking available within the office grounds.
You can call us on 01483 971268 from 8:30am – 7pm, Monday to Friday and 9am – 5pm on Saturday and Sunday.
Emma joined us in September 2017 and is the Managing Partner of our Esher, Guildford & Brighton offices. She advises on all aspects of family law and assists clients going through a separation whether they are married, in a civil partnership or unmarried.