Matrimonial disputes and separations from partners or from children can be acutely difficult and we can provide you with considerate yet resolute advice and assistance. We can inform you of your rights and counsel you on the best approach to finding an arrangement that is suitable for everyone concerned.

We advise on all areas of Matrimonial and Family law to include Divorce and Ancillary Relief, Matrimonial Agreements and financial negotiations and settlements, Injunctive Relief and Asset Preservation We also advise on The Children (NI) Order 1995 of a Public and Private nature including Child Contact disputes, issues with Social Services, Care Proceedings, Secure Accommodation applications and others. Further areas covered include Financial provision and Maintenance as well as Non-Molestation Orders and Occupation Orders and Protection from Harassment Orders.

Our Solicitors are experienced in dealing with complex Children’s matters as member of The Children Order Panel and dealing with high value Ancillary Relief and Separation agreements to ensure you receive the best settlement possible.

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Divorce, Separation and Matrimonial Finances

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Our services include:

  • Matrimonial Agreements
  • Divorce
  • Ancillary Relief Proceedings
  • Contact Orders
  • Residence Orders
  • Non-Molestation Orders
  • Declaration of Parentage


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