The breakdown of a relationship can be one of the most traumatic periods of anyone's life, as can the implications on the rest of the family. Naturally, you will be concerned about how the separation will affect your finances, which property arrangements will have to be made and how the break-up will impact upon any children you have.
During this difficult time, a helping hand from a specialist family solicitor who you can trust to protect your interests is vital to ensure a fair outcome for everyone involved.
At Redkite Solicitors, we know how emotionally and financially challenging relationship breakdown can be. When you instruct one of our dedicated family law solicitors, we will make it our priority to minimise the stress involved and resolve matters as quickly and fairly as possible.
Why choose Redkite Solicitors for family law?
Here at Redkite Solicitors, we know that no two families are alike. From the history shared to the unique family dynamic, each of our clients over the last 100 years have taught us something new about relationships. That’s why we will always get to know your situation in full before working to find a tailored solution that will meet your individual requirements.
As accredited members of Resolution (formerly the Solicitors Family Law Association), the Law Society’s Advanced Family Law Panel and the Law Society’s Children Panel; we are acknowledged for our expertise in family law. That means that no matter which of our dedicated solicitors you work with, you will be guaranteed the knowledge and experience of a family law specialist.
As well as divorce and separation, our experts are here to guide you through the process of drafting a Cohabitation Agreement with your partner if you are moving in together; or a Pre-Nuptial Agreement if marriage is on the cards. With care and commitment, you can rely on Redkite Solicitors to put your family’s best interests at heart at all times.
How can our family law solicitors help you?
Our family law solicitors have specialist expertise in the following:
- Divorce & Separation
- Collaborative Law
- Financial Issues
- Disputes relating to children
- Civil Partnership dissolution
- Domestic abuse & injunctions
- Social services intervention
- Cohabitation Agreements
- Pre-nuptial Agreements
With 6 high-street offices across Cardiff, Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire, you can drop in to speak to one of our family law solicitors when you’re in need of straightforward practical advice. Our knowledge of the local Court system will reassure you that your case is in safe hands; regardless of how complicated your situation may be.
Legal Services Commission Quality Mark
We have a Legal Services Commission quality mark and our team will advise as to your eligibility for Legal Aid or other funding options, along with any financial implications, from the outset.
We also offer a number of fixed fee services.
Family Law FAQ
What is Alternative Dispute Resolution?
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is a term used to describe certain methods of resolving disputes to try to avoid court proceedings. This process includes negotiation, mediation, collaborative law and arbitration.
If you and your partner are struggling to reach decisions on vital matters such as children, money and property, using a method of ADR may be a good way to resolve matters peacefully, allowing you to secure a mutually beneficial outcome without the cost and delay of involving the court.
If ADR is unsuccessful, rest assured that our expert family solicitors will be at hand to provide strategic legal advice, empathetic support and robust representation through court proceedings to secure a fair settlement for you and your children.
Why do I need a cohabitation agreement?
If you and your partner have made the decision to move in together, you may not have considered your legal rights as cohabitants. Should the relationship subsequently break down however, a cohabitation agreement could save you from being left with nothing.
Unfortunately, too many couples believe they are protected by what’s often referred to as ‘common law marriage’, a term which assumes that unmarried couples hold the same rights as married couples if they have lived together for a certain period of time. Sadly, this is not the case, so making provisions at an early stage will allow you to protect your interests regardless of what the future holds.
Our family law solicitors can help you to draft the cohabitation agreements, as well as provide tailored advice about what should be included. We know that this can often be a difficult conversation for a couple to have, which is why we will always allow you the time to reach your own decisions while actively making suggestions that we feel protect your best interests.
For dedicated legal support and expert advice on any family law issue, get in touch with a member of our team today.