Divorces involving a family business
The importance for business owners to seek early advice to minimise future problems should their marriage break down in the future.Read more
With clear and practical advice, we will support you to try and reach a child-focused solution with your former partner.
We will always put your children first, seeking to pre-empt and prevent future problems.
Where appropriate, we will recommend and work with other professionals who can offer emotional support and guidance for both you and your children.
Our family solicitors regularly advise and assist parents and grandparents with negotiating child arrangements.
We address parental responsibility issues, practical problems regarding handovers and direct or indirect contact; as well as specific disputes relating to a child’s name, their education and holiday permissions.
We have significant experience in more complex cases regarding relocation overseas, successfully representing parents who seek to move abroad and those trying to prevent relocation.
However, if court intervention is necessary, we have a wealth of experience in representing parents and grandparents in family courts throughout the UK.
“Flint Bishop fields a ‘strong team of very senior and capable solicitors’. The practice is geared towards representing high-net-worth clients, handling complicated financial issues and matters involving arrangements for children.”
“Words cannot express how much help and support Flint has been to me over the last five years. I just wished I had approached Flint Bishop when I first needed the advice and representation, not coming to you so many years later when things went awry. They have been truly wonderful and I thank them from the bottom of my heart.”
“A highly knowledgeable, experienced and exceptionally customer-orientated family law team, specialising in wealth preservation with an aim to empower clients to make informed decisions.”
For more information and advice on child arrangements, please contact us on 01332 226 174 or complete the form below.
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