Children and Families
When did you last see your child? Has contact with your child been stopped? Are you worried about your child’s welfare in the care of another? Has somebody stopped you from seeing your child? Do you have concerns about a new partner? Is your ex-partner trying to stop you from seeing your children? Is the other parent wanting to make plans for your child which you are unhappy about? Do you or the other parent want to move away with the children?
We can provide legal support to anybody in close contact with a child, including parents, grandparents, siblings or extended family members.
A named member of our family & relationships team will deal with your case.
You will be given clear and focused advice throughout your case including guidance about your position and how much the case will cost, where relevant. We will keep you fully informed about each stage and any outcomes.
Please direct any initial enquiries to Mark Fairchild, Family Team Administrator.
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