The family law team at Blackstone Solicitors is here to provide advice and representation if you are involved in a dispute concerning children. We are highly experienced in what can be a particularly complex and emotionally charged area of law. We can provide the guidance you need to secure a favourable outcome for you and your family.
If you are involved in a dispute about children, it is likely you will have to make some very difficult decisions. The team at Blackstone can offer support and advice to make sure you are in the best position to make the right choices.
Contact us today to discuss your situation and find out more about the services we offer and why this can make such an important difference for you. Call us on 0161 929 0121 or complete our online enquiry form and a member of the team will be in touch as soon as possible.
Renowned for our tenacity, we will go the extra mile to make sure you are in the best possible position to get the outcome you are after. We will guide you throughout the process, giving you the peace of mind that everything is progressing as it should be; something so essential when it comes to matters as important as your children and their wellbeing.
We are compassionate and easy to talk to. We understand how difficult it can be to go through something like this and we can provide representation on all related matters.
Disputes Concerning Children
Disputes over children can be some of the most emotionally challenging of all, which is why it is so important to seek legal help to make sure everything runs smoothly and any unnecessary problems are kept to a minimum.
At Blackstone, we can help with every aspect of children law, including:
- Child arrangements orders – These state who a child lives with and how much time the child spends with each parent
- Prohibited steps orders – These involve a parent being prevented from doing something in relation to a child
- Specific issue orders – These involve a parent being required to do something in relation to a child
- Parental Responsibility – your rights and responsibilities for your child
- Children relocation whether in England and Wales or anywhere else in the world
- Grandparent’s ability to apply for orders in relation to grandchildren
Finding The Right Child Arrangements
Finding amicable arrangements and preventing further confrontation is only going to prove beneficial for him, her or them in the long run and this is why we are committed to reaching such agreements through negotiation.
We are highly experienced in helping separated couples find the right solution, and will use our expertise in this area to help you reach an outcome that is in everybody’s best interests.
However, it is not always possible for couples to reach an amicable solution after a separation and in such instances we can provide the guidance you need to give you the best chance of securing a favourable outcome for you and your children when going through court proceedings. We will guide and support you throughout the entire process.
Why Legal Help Is Important
Having access to an experienced legal team means you can depend on impartial advice to make sure the best interests of your children are always considered. This can mean you are able to make the right choices when it comes to important decisions such as where your child should live and what time he or she should be spending with each parent.
We can act as a line of communication between parents and can play a vital role in preventing matters proceeding to court unnecessarily. We aim to make things as stress-free and hassle-free as possible, which is the best approach for all concerned, especially the children.
Our passionate yet highly constructive approach to family law means we are able to get the very best results for clients.
Contact Us Today
Find out more about how we can help with any aspect of children law by getting in touch with our expert team today. Simply call us on 0161 929 0121 or complete our online enquiry form and we will be in touch as soon as possible. We can help people from the Manchester, London, Cheshire and Chester areas, as well as across the rest of the UK.