Family, Matrimonial and Children Law Firms Knightsbridge, London
The changing world of family law.
The fabric of society and family dynamics have changed so much over the last few decades that the Law has continuously developed to keep pace. Statistics1 show almost one in two marriages in the busy modern world will break down and living together arrangements are on the increase.
How have we at Appleby Shaw adapted our practice to help clients?
We listen to clients and we always put our client’s interests first. We recognise that a family problem can be both emotionally and financially costly and that’s why we at APPLEBY SHAW have developed a team of family law commissioners with a broad range of skills including an extensive knowledge of the Law, who understand clients’ needs and can advise in a constructive and sensitive manner. We will adopt a pragmatic but sympathetic approach in helping our clients in making those difficult decisions which inevitably arise with a family problem.
Our exceptional family law solicitors in Windsor and Kensington, London will work alongside you to achieve a fair outcome. We can help our clients choose the best legal route for them, whether that be to negotiate, litigate, collaborate or mediate; we can steer them in the right direction. We pride ourselves at being effective in providing our clients with workable, manageable solutions which minimise the hostility, stress and cost and enable our clients to move on with their lives with structured solutions which are in their best interests and in the best interests of their children.
We have tailored our services to help clients in the modern world and whether you are married or in a relationship, and whether you have children or not we can advise you on any of the following
- prenuptial and pre-civil partnership agreements
- Divorce and dissolution of civil partnerships
- Children issues
- Trusts issues
- Unmarried couples ; living together or separation agreements;
- Family breakdown and Trusts
- Family breakdown and companies
- International family breakdown
- Collaborative law
- Domestic violence