Family and Relationship Breakdown
At Parry Carver we have a team of highly experienced family lawyers who are able to assist you with all aspects of family law. Whether you are seeking advice on divorce; financial issues or matters involving children, we work closely with you to explore ways of helping resolve such issues.
At Parry Carver we recognise that relationship breakdown is an emotional and difficult time and that a sympathetic, understanding and practical approach is required in order to help clients move forward. We aim to give our clients the best possible advice in the most efficient way possible to minimise this stressful period in their lives.
A RANGE OF SERVICES
We can advise on the following:-
- Civil Partnerships
- Financial Issues
- Domestic Violence and Non-Molestation Orders
- Pre and Post Nuptial Agreements
- Cohabiting couples
- Child care proceedings
- Private Law children and Child Arrangement Orders
A SYMPATHETIC, UNDERSTANDING APPROACH
We provide a wide range of services for our clients. We have experience in many areas such as high net worth cases and high value estates, cases where family businesses are involved and cases involving complex pension issues. We also have considerable experience in both public and private law children matters as well as more general areas such as divorce and breakdown of a cohabitant relationship.
We also have case workers within the team who are members of the Law Society Family Panel (Advanced).
AGREEMENT OR MEDIATION
All of our case workers are members of Resolution, the National Family Law Group committed to resolving disputes without acrimony. Where possible we try to help our clients resolve their disputes by agreement. Failing this, we are experienced in the traditional court approach and we are also able to offer mediation as an alternative method of working at a settlement.
PRACTICAL AND UNDERSTANDABLE ADVICE
We ensure that practical as well as legal issues are addressed. We also use plain English, rather than legal jargon, for ease of understanding. We also aim to minimise the distress and disruption caused to children as a result of a family breakdown.