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Family Defence Law We are a progressive law firm with traditional values. We pride ourselves on offering excellent client care alongside high quality legal advice within our specialist fields. We have offices in Camden, London and Sittingbourne, Kent. We like to ensure that we provide our clients with the very best representation both in and out of Court and for this reason we have chosen to specialise in just two niche areas being Family Law and Crime.

Whether your case is small or extremely complex, we are here to help you. We regularly work alongside other professionals and support services to make sure that every aspect of our client's cases are dealt with by the right people with the right experience. Whenever Social Services become involved with a vulnerable individual or family, it is extremely important that the parents and family understand what their rights are.

Family Defence Social Services advice lawyers can help you during this time so that you are fully informed about your situation and the options you have available to you.
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read more › When marriages and civil partnerships end and couples decide to permanently separate there are often financial issues that need to be resolved. If the Court has to become involved in deciding how assets are going to be split, the proceedings are called Ancillary Relief proceedings. We understand that this is often the most stressful part of the separation, which causes much anxiety, particularly when there are children to consider. When an application is made to the Court, the Court takes various matters into account when considering what Order should be made.

read more › You can only petition for divorce if you have been married for one year. If you seek to end your marriage prior to this you may need to explore whether or not you can petition to have the marriage annulled or made void. This is very rare. Please contact us for advice if you think this applies to you. There is only one ground for divorce and that is that the marriage has broken down irretrievably. The person who starts the divorce proceedings is known as 'the petitioner' and their spouse is called 'the respondent'.

read more › We are committed to providing our clients with the very best advice and support at the most difficult times in their lives. We are able to act very quickly to obtain injunctions for your protection. If you are in a relationship with someone that is violent to you or abusive in other ways such as they intimidate you; control you physically or financially or isolate you from your friends and family, then you may need our help. We can offer you clear advice and assistance in a supportive and non-judgemental environment.

read more › All important decisions concerning a child (for example where and with whom a child lives, and decisions about health and education) must be taken by someone with parental responsibility. A child's mother always has parental responsibility (apart from when a child has been adopted). You will probably have heard mention of parental responsibility. A court order has given the father parental responsibility. Another person will have parental responsibility while a child subject to a Residence Order (see below) to that person.

read more › You can be assured that we will always go that extra mile for our clients, helping you to understand everything you need to know when making your claim and getting you the outcome that you deserve. Whether you have been the victim of clinical negligence, been involved in a road traffic accident or suffered an accident at work, we will give you the advice and representation to get the compensation you deserve. Seeking compensation for injury and financial loss caused by the fault of others can seem a complex and time-consuming exercise.

read more › Whenever Social Services become involved with a vulnerable individual or family, it is extremely important that the parents and family understand what their rights are. Family Defence Social Services advice lawyers can help you during this time so that you are fully informed about your situation and the options you have available to you. You will probably have heard mention of parental responsibility. All important decisions concerning a child (for example where and with whom a child lives, and decisions about health and education) must be taken by someone with parental responsibility.

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