Family Law

 

Our family department at Levy and Co,  includes members of the Resolution Accredited Specialist panel, the Law Society Family Law Advanced panel, a Resolution Law Society Accredited Family Mediator capable of conducting direct consultations with children and in-house advocates.

Our services include: –
• Taking emergency action in cases concerning domestic abuse/violence;
• Children matters, including contact and residence, child abduction, care proceedings, special guardianship and parental responsibility;
• Cohabitation agreements;
• Civil Partnerships;
• Pre and Post Nuptial Agreements;
• Divorce, separation and financial settlements;
• Family Mediation.

We pride ourselves on being financially friendly and are able to offer: –
• Free ½ hour initial consultations to all clients.
• Fixed fees for all straightforward undefended divorces.
• Legal aid for those who are eligible.

At Levy & Co Solicitors, we have a lot of experience in dealing with all manner of cases: Our areas of expertise are: Police Station Visits, Criminal Law, Football Offences, Dangerous Dogs, Motoring Offences, Coroners Inquests, Military Law, Family Law, and Mental Health cases. We can also assist you with getting Private and Public Funding. We have worked with clients all over the UK and abroad and have offices in Witham, Clacton-On-Sea, Braintree and South Benfleet. We always endeavour to act with compassion and no judgement ensuring you are treated with humility and understanding, no matter what charges you may face. 

 

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