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When a relationship breaks down or there is a serious problem within the family, support and understanding combined with specialist legal expertise is absolutely essential.
Glanvilles' experienced family law solicitors will always provide a caring and sympathetic approach. Whenever possible, we aim for mediation and conciliation. We encourage the use of alternative forms of dispute resolution and offer innovative collaborative law services as well as having excellent links with local independent mediation services.
If mediation is not appropriate and litigation is the only way forward, our specialist family law solicitors will ensure that matters proceed with the minimum of stress and as straightforwardly as possible. If court proceedings are necessary, our family law specialists will ensure that you are fully supported throughout every stage of the process.
We offer a comprehensive list of fixed fee services such as fixed fee divorce, consent orders and pre-nuptial agreements. Please see our fixed fee services section for more details.
We offer compassionate, practical legal advice for all aspects of divorce and family law in Chichester, Fareham and Havant, as well as throughout West Sussex, Hampshire and South East England.
Our team have strong experience in handling all types of agricultural and commercial property in relation to divorce and separation, including high value and complex assets.
If you own property with a spouse or unmarried partner, we can help you make arrangements for what will happen to the property in the event of either party’s death and held to handle change of ownership where this becomes necessary.
Our family lawyers can help you to swiftly and amicably make arrangements for children following divorce and separation wherever possible, or represent you in court proceedings if required.
We have particular expertise in all legal issues related to civil partnerships, including civil partnership dissolution.
Whether you need to challenge the validity of a Will or believe the provision made for you in a Will is unfair, we can represent you and help to achieve a positive outcome.
When you separate from a partner you have been cohabiting with outside of a marriage or civil partnership, there can be various practical issues to resolve. We can help you work through any disputes swiftly and effectively, allowing you to move on.
Our family lawyers have represented many High Net Worth individuals over the years, giving us strong experience in unpicking even the most complicated of finances during divorce and separation.
We provide a compassionate, straightforward legal service for all aspects of divorce and civil partnership dissolution, making these often challenging issues as simple and straightforward as possible to resolve.
We offer a number of family law services on a fixed fee basis, including divorce, civil partnership dissolution, parental responsibility agreements, cohabitation agreements and pre-nuptial agreements.
We offer a number of options to negotiating financial agreements for divorce or separation without resorting to court action. This includes voluntary disclosure, mediation and collaborative law.
If you or your loved ones have experienced domestic abuse, we can take fast action to protect you, including with non-molestation orders and occupation orders.
If you need to establish parental responsibility for a child, we can help you do so, either through a voluntary agreement with those who already hold parental responsibility or by apply to a court for a parental responsibility order.
Pensions are often of significant value meaning they will usually need to be considered during divorce or separation. We can guide you through the various options for resolving pension claims during divorce, helping to ensure you get a fair settlement.
With many couples now getting married or remarried at a later point in their lives, it is common for one or both parties to have substantial assets they wish to protect. We can help you to create a pre-nuptial agreement or post-nuptial agreement that will provide peace of mind for the future.
An alternative to adoption or fostering, a Special Guardianship Order can allow you to have parental responsibility for a child while maintaining a link between the child and their birth parents where this is desirable.
Following divorce or separation, you will need the consent of your children’s other parent to take your children abroad, whether on holiday or more permanently. We can help to resolve such issues amicably where possible or through court action where necessary.
We can help to ensure a fair financial agreement is reached between you and your ex-partner to support your children, or take court action where required to make sure your children are provided for.
When unmarried partners separate there can often be issues around the ownership and/or occupation of property you shared during your relationship. We can ensure your legal rights are enforced and that you achieve a fair outcome for your needs.
Our family lawyers have many years of experience guiding individuals and families through all aspects of divorce and family law, helping to make these often difficult issues as smooth and stress-free as possible to resolve.
Glanvilles’ family law team includes members of Resolution, an organisation of family lawyers committed to non-confrontational family dispute resolution, as well as a trained collaborative lawyer.
We are accredited by the Law Society for Family Law Advanced, reflecting our expertise and the high quality of the service we deliver to our clients. We have also achieved the Law Society’s Lexcel accreditation for the strength of our practice management and client care