Today the family unit has no one clear, definable shape or form. But the breakdown of the unit, whether you are experiencing the end of a marriage, co-habitation, civil partnership or, you are experiencing child related separation issues, the problems can be draining both personally and financially.
We appreciate that the legal side of things can be difficult to get to grips with and juggle in a time of upheaval on top of managing people’s day to day lives. Our first priority is to quietly and efficiently identify all of your questions or concerns and provide tactical and strategic advice sensitively and respectfully on your options and ways forward.
We form strong connections with our family law clients and aim to see things through your eyes, so that you feel understood, supported and heard, knowing that we’rein your corner. Our team has extensive experience of dealing with complex family matters. Whether you need senior partner-level counsel to advise on strategy, or a tenacious litigator willing to fight your corner, we’ll find the right person for the job and find ways to turn your situation around that ensures we protect your needs and your interests.
We can advise and assist with all areas of family law including:
- Child abduction
- Child arrangements; specific issues; prohibited steps
- Child residence and contact issues
- Financial provision, including pensions and lump sums
- General family litigation
- Non-molestation/protective orders;
- Parental responsibility agreements
- Pre-nuptial agreements
- Relocation orders
The basics of divorce procedure in England & Wales explained (pdf)
Application for a financial order in England & Wales explained (pdf)
Guillaume Barlet is a London-based French lawyer (Independent Juriste) who advises and assists on wills, estate planning and probates, taking into consideration both legal and tax aspects on such matters within multiple jurisdictions, including France.