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Ronaldson's We are a specialist legal practice close to Norwich city centre who pride ourselves on plain speaking, honest advice and support. Since 1995, we have worked with the people of Norfolk on the law that matters most to their lives - their families and where they live. Our team of professionals are on hand to help you deal with all the legal aspects of family life.

At Ronaldsons, we pride ourselves on our honest and plain speaking approach to working with clients, on some of the most important parts of your life. I was very happy with the service, always someone to speak to which you would think would be difficult at these strange times. I was more than happy and will recommend to friends and family. Incredibly impressed with Ronaldson's services.

They are both very good value in comparison to other competitors and they were incredibly helpful and aided a speedy completion period for the purchase of my first home. Need some initial family law advice? We offer a low cost first appointment.

read more › Established in 1995, we have always been pioneers in our profession. We are specialists and want to remain that way, which is why we will never work outside the areas of law that matter to families. We are not about big egos, you will never find pictures of our partners up on the wall in our reception. As one of the first law firms in the area to go digital, we have always put our clients first. Our down-to-earth, friendly team will be with you every step of the way, to make sure we get the best possible outcomes for your case.

read more › Our family law team will stand by you and make sure you get the best possible outcome, with the least possible stress. When a relationship comes to an end, there are often lots of legal aspects to consider. We know that this can often be a difficult time. About 80% of families who have children are married, so divorce settlements are often issues that need to be solved when going through a break up. Sometimes parents are not able to agree with arrangements for the children following separation, so we can be on hand to help you navigate the confusing world of children law.

read more › We know more than anyone how stressful buying or selling a house can be (trust us, we have done it a few times). So we will work our hardest to take away as much of it as we possibly can. In many law firms, you will be another number on a sheet. With us, you will be a person, with a designated team member, who will be contactable when you need them most. Phone, email, carrier pigeon or how ever you want - we will communicate with you on your level in plain English - not baffling you with lawyer speak.

read more › Our wills and probate team are here to assist you with this sensitive subject and will always act with compassion and empathy. We'll make sure that you're in a good place to ensure that your family are protected, whatever happens. As Benjamin Franklin once said, "'In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes." We can help you plan for at least one of these eventualities*. We are here to help you deal with an area of law that some people can often find uncomfortable - what happens when you're no longer here or less able to manage your affairs.

read more › Our fees cover all of the work required to complete the sale and/or purchase of your new home, including dealing with the payment of Stamp Duty Land Tax and dealing with registration at the Land Registry. This firm is operating a "no sale/purchase no fee" policy. The effect of this is if your first sale or purchase falls through, through no fault of your own, then you will not be billed for our costs, but only for disbursements that we have paid out, or have committed to pay out, on your behalf.

read more › When it comes to children in a divorce or separation, it can often be a very emotive subject. Most of the time, there's not a dispute when it comes to child arrangements, but sometimes it does happen. We will stand by your side as you go through the process, sometimes in court, to get the best possible outcome for you, and your children.

read more › Relationships come in all shapes and sizes, but we know that the separation can be as complex as if you were married. Our specialist team will stand by your side as you navigate separating your finances, which are subject to different laws to married couples. Come in for a free half an hour consultation and we can give you the lay of the land.

read more › Your finances in a divorce can be very complex. The courts will look at many factors when it comes to making decisions around you and your ex's finances. It'll make sure the decision reached is fair, so they'll look at lots of things when deliberating, including what you and your ex own (including your property and pensions), as well as your needs. You'll need an expert on your side when you're going through this, so its a good job we've been doing this for over 22 years. Come in for a free 30 minute appointment and we can start to simplify the process for you.

read more › Since the 70s, divorce has been on a paperwork basis (its not as dry as it sounds, honest). This means that a person applying for a divorce must base it on one of the following reasons: adultery, unreasonable behaviour, 2 years' desertion, 2 years' separation with consent or 5 years' separation without it. Since 1995, we've been ploughing through the paperwork on behalf of our clients. So give us a call, come in for a 30 minute appointment and we can talk you through it all (and our fixed fee rates).

read more › If you'd like to make sure your assets are protected before (or after) you walk down the aisle, you can do this by drafting a Nuptial Agreement. This is a complex area of law and one that has a lot of challenges, so you need to make sure you've got a specialist on your side. We've been drafting these since 1995, so don't worry, we've got you covered.

read more › When buying a property with someone else where you're putting in different amounts, its really important to consider having a Declaration of Trust to keep the ownership clear. A Declaration of Trust is a binding document that defines how you co-own the property in 'shares'. You might need to get independent legal advice, so talk to us and we can let you know what you need to do.

read more › Wanting to contribute to your granddaughter's university fees, or help out your son with their flat deposit? If you find yourself needing extra funds, you can release some of the value of your property if you meet the criteria. We are specialists at equity release, so speak to our team if its something you're thinking about.

read more › We have been working with the local authorities in East Anglia for years, so we know what we are doing when it comes to Right to Buy. We know that this might be the first time that you are buying a property, so our friendly, down-to-earth team will see you through your purchase. Every step of the way.

read more › We've been helping people to buy or sell their properties for 20 years, so it goes without saying, we know what we're doing when it comes to buying or selling a property. Our straight-talking, experienced team will work with you to make the process as seamless as possible. Our small, specialist team is headed up by an experienced Conveyancing solicitor, so you know you're in safe hands. We make sure that our clients know exactly what's going on, so forget all the complex jargon, we'll make sure it makes sense to you.

read more › Its really important to consider making a Power of Attorney whilst you're fully capable to. A Power of Attorney is a document that empowers another person to make decisions on your behalf, for when you're not able to do so yourself. There are two types of 'powers', one for your health and one for your finances. These can be prepared at a fixed fee of 250.

read more › A Will is a document that will lay out who will receive your personal wealth when you're no longer here and will make sure your family are protected. They should be reviewed whenever something major happens in your life, such as new children, a marriage, a divorce or buying/selling property. We charge a flat fee of 195 plus VAT for a standard Will.

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