Thomas Chaytor Solicitors
We are a firm who specialise in Family Law. Our solicitors are experts in Family Law and have a combined experience of more than 50 years. We understand that a decision to separate can be the hardest that you will make and can place a great deal of pressure on the family as a whole. We will use our breadth of legal knowledge and experience to enable you to deal with the issues you face and help you to access services and resources that may also help. We hope that by providing you with the support and information you need, we can help to ease the difficulties you face and enable you to overcome them and move forward in the best way for you and your family.
We have a great deal of experience in all matters concerning Family Law and can advise on all issues arising from divorce and separation including unmarried couples, the financial arrangements to be made on separation to include more complex matters such as arrangements about companies, pensions, overseas assets and inheritance, matters concerning children to include where they will live and when they will spend time with each of their parents, issues about whether children can move with a parent either inside or outside England and Wales.
If you have made the decision to separate then it will be important for you to understand the legal process and undoubtedly you will have lots of questions and concerns about what will happen and what the future will look like. The sooner you are able to receive information about the process and know what to expect from it, the sooner you will be able to move towards resolving those issues and being able to see what life after divorce or separation could look like.
We have included some information on our webpages about the process so please do explore our website and there are links to other websites on our Resources page. We offer a free initial consultation where we hope to be able to answer your questions and provide you with some initial information and advice based on your particular situation. There is no obligation and the meeting will usually last an hour. This can take place either face to face or on the telephone. Please do contact us to arrange your free appointment.