Are you looking for a family lawyer that will not just listen to you, but hear you, and give solid advice for your particular situation?
We are award winning family and divorce lawyers based in Edinburgh and Glasgow and covering the whole of Scotland, including cross border issues, specialising in divorce and all aspects of child and family law.
We understand that this can be a particularly difficult period in your life and trying to find a good family lawyer at the same time, can make a stressful situation even more unbearable.
From your first point of contact with us, we will handle your case sympathetically and with care. Our approach is not simply to listen to you, but to make sure we actually hear and understand what you want to achieve. By understanding, we can then provide you with the solid, dependable legal advice to help resolve your problems and get the best possible outcome for you and your family.
Choosing the right family lawyer is vitally important.
It can make the difference between getting an outcome that you are happy with, or realising too late that you made the wrong decision.
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- Children and Parenting Issues
- Pre Nuptial and Cohabitation Agreements
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