Partner, Head of Family LawShona Smith
Our family team understand that the current restrictions have created additional pressures on all families and that those pressures have been particularly challenging for those whose relationships have broken down and for parents who are continuing to parent children in two separate homes. Our team are working remotely and are happy to assist. Meet the team here.
There are many different kinds of family but whatever your family makeup our team understands its importance. When the very relationships that have grounded and protected us falter or fail it can feel as if life is spiralling out of control. Making decisions at such a difficult time can be challenging. Our solicitors are there to assist you in finding the solutions which will enable you and your family to move forward.
We are a large team with a depth of experience in all areas of family law. We have trained collaborative lawyers, mediators and arbitrators. Where necessary we also have considerable experience of assisting clients in cases both in the Sheriff Court and Court of Session. We have solicitors who are accredited by the Law Society of Scotland as specialists in both family law and mediation.We act for clients throughout Scotland in relation to family law matters both on the creation and termination of relationships. We understand that every family is unique. We will listen to you carefully to make sure that the advice we give is tailored to you and your family’s needs.
We also understand that taking the more formal first step of contacting a solicitor is difficult. We know that choosing the right solicitor is so important, and we know that costs are also important. For those reasons we offer an initial fixed fee package (a consultation to discuss your situation and advise on the best way forward, followed up with written advice) for £250 + VAT.
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