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Broadway Solicitors Established in 1999 with the goal of providing exceptional care to achieve unsurpassed results for our clients, Broadway Solicitors have become a highly acclaimed family law and, conveyancing specialist law firm in Wandsworth, South London. Our highly experienced, dedicated team have represented clients from all walks of life in simple to complex matters before the courts in all aspects of family law.

Each of our expert solicitors have their own unique specialities and offer bespoke, pragmatic and innovative approaches to resolving your issues in a timely, cost effective with an outcome-focused manner. If you are faced with the stressful situation of a family law problem it can often be difficult to think clearly. We wlll assist you with clear advice, finding a practical solution as quickly as possible.

In order to ease the worry we aim to see new clients promptly and offer an initial free consultation to explain how our firm can assist. Our dedicated property specialists are able to advise on all of your property and conveyancing needs, separate from or as adjunct to family proceedings.
Highlights

read more › Broadway solicitors was set up in 1999 as a partnership. By 2002 Bhavna Desai, the current principal and solicitor became the sole owner of the business and has carried the firm forward as a sole practitioner. After qualifying as a solicitor in 1995, Bhavna practised both Criminal and Family law. She decided to dedicate her expertise solely to family law in 2003 which is an area of law she is passionate about. In particular, she deals with the financial aspects of relationship breakdown, which often involves complex issues.

read more › The family team at Broadway Solicitors understand how overwhelming and upsetting the process can be for those involved in proceedings which have been issued by the local authority. We are able to recognise the sensitive nature of this work and will advise and represent you throughout the court proceedings which are issued. If you are a parent we will apply for legal aid on your behalf so you can be represented throughout irrespective of your financial circumstances. Other family members (including grandparents, aunts and uncles) may qualify for legal aid depending on the circumstances.

read more › At Broadway Solicitors we recognise that when children are involved in the breakdown of a relationship, it can be especially emotional for all involved. We can help steer and support you through the difficult process of determining what current and future arrangements should be made for the child whether this is done by assisting you in reaching an agreement with your former spouse or partner, guiding you through the mediation process or representing you in court. Whatever path you choose to take, it is important to remember that the court will want to ensure that the child is safeguarded and is not exposed to adult conflict and will always treat the best interests of the child as its paramount consideration.

read more › If your marriage has broken down Broadway solicitors can advise you as to the procedure to legally end your marriage. We offer a free initial appointment to advise you as to the procedure and potential costs involved. For a straightforward undefended divorce or legal separation a fixed fee option is available. Providing the divorce is not defended there is usually no need to attend court and Broadway solicitors will draft the divorce proceedings and represent your interests through to the dissolution of the marriage.

read more › If you are suffering from domestic violence which can include being subjected to threats, intimidation, harassment and/or verbal and physical abuse within a relationship or from family members, then it is important that you obtain protection as soon as possible. The team at Broadway Solicitors specialise in domestic abuse cases and can provide assistance every step of the way. We have an emergency out of office hours mobile number (07957 322868) on which you can contact us and we can represent you at Court on an emergency basis.

read more › When a marriage or civil partnership ends, the parties will need to divide their assets and consider how to deal with income, assets and liabilities. Our experienced solicitors are members of Resolution and the Law Society's advanced family law panel and we have considerable experience and specialise in representing clients to find a favourable outcome. Our aim is to assist you to reaching a settlement which you are happy with whilst keeping your legal costs to a minimum and the conflict between you low.

read more › A forced marriage is a marriage which takes place against your will; without your consent; or a marriage that you agreed to, but you did not really have a choice. A forced marriage victim may also be subjected to emotional blackmail including threats of bringing dishonour on their family. If you feel pressurised to the point where you agreed to the marriage and could not refuse, this would constitute a forced marriage. An application can be made to the Court for a Forced Marriage Protection Order (FMPO) which if made can impose restrictions on the people who would try to force you to marry.

read more › A prenuptial agreement is a written agreement entered into by a couple before their marriage which sets out what will happen in the event the relationship breaks down. It is more likely that the above criteria will be satisfied where there has been full financial disclosure and both parties having taken legal advice. We offer straightforward legal advice on the benefits and drawbacks of entering into a prenuptial agreement. It may be prudent as part of your financial planning to consider a prenuptial agreement if you have a substantial income or assets.

read more › Our highly experienced conveyancing department will provide you with a personal touch and you can contact us by phone and email as well as by attending our office. Our job is to ensure the process is as smooth as possible. Bhavna Desai is the supervisor of the conveyancing department and has been qualified since 1995. Our job is to provide you with all the information about your transaction and tell you of any risks involved. We provide an efficient and friendly service using our team's experience and in-depth knowledge to resolve any issues which can often arise in a conveyancing transaction.

read more › Buying and selling property can be a stressful process. Our aim is to take the stress out of your next move. We are accredited members of the Law Society's Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS), a recognised quality standard which reflects the skill and expertise our practice has achieved to provide quality advice to you in respect of your conveyancing transaction. We draft a contract for the sale and send it to the buyer's solicitors for approval along with the Property Information forms. The buyer's solicitors raise 'additional enquiries' (questions not covered in the contract papers) and carry out searches.

read more › Buying and selling property can be a stressful process. Our aim is to take the stress out of your next move. We are accredited members of the Law Society's Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS), a recognised quality standard which reflects the skill and expertise our practice has achieved to provide quality advice to you in respect of your conveyancing transaction. We receive contract papers from the sellers solicitors for our consideration and approval. We receive your mortgage offer in writing from your mortgage lender.

read more › We are accredited members of the Law Society's Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS), a recognised quality standard which reflects the skill and expertise our practice has achieved to provide quality advice to you in respect of your conveyancing transaction. We obtain up to date figures to redeem your mortgage and any other charges which are on your property. We are instructed to act on behalf of the lender as well as by you. We consider your new mortgage offer and explain its terms to you and comply with the mortgage lender's requirements including carrying out any searches.

read more › Many people think that making a Will is something you do only when you are old or do not ever consider writing a Will. It's never too soon to think about how you would like your assets to be shared between family members, friends and other beneficiaries on your death, or even who you would want to deal with your assets should you lose capacity to do so yourself. By making a Will, you will be able to record your wishes. Making a Will allows those who matter know exactly what should happen should the worse happen such as at what age children should inherit, for example.

read more › Our aim is to provide good value for money to all our clients whether you are a private individual or a large organisation. Depending on the type of case you have we can offer a range of funding options which we can discuss with you at an initial free consultation. Whatever funding option you choose we will be transparent about costs and keep you informed as to what your costs are at regular intervals. In family cases we will advise you from the outset as to the likely costs and let you know if this estimate changes.

read more › I want to say that Broadway solicitors is a family solicitor that helps all the way through the legal process, and ensures that not just yourself but also your family is cared for. They are caring from beginning to end. I personally had a satisfying outcome from my experience, and would never use anyone else. I have recommended their services to other people. I turned to Broadway Solicitors when my marriage broke down. Bhavna guided me through what was a very difficult and traumatic process, with professionalism, knowledge and expertise.

read more › The parties met on a dating website. They formed a relationship and began living together and had a child. The father took the child from the mother's care and initially refused to let the mother see her only child. Broadway solicitors represented the mother and made various applications to the court not only for her to see the child on an interim basis but for the child to be returned to her care. The mother was from Taiwan and sought to return there to live with her child. The father opposed this.

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