The breakdown of a relationship can be one of the most traumatic periods of anyone’s life. Naturally, you will be concerned about your current financial and property arrangements and how it will affect any children you may have. You need a legal advisor with the skills and experience to secure the best solution for you.
Willett & Co. solicitors are one of a small number of local, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk legal firms still offering both advice to Private clients and clients who are eligible for legal aid in respect of matrimonial, family, children & relationship advice. We will determine your eligibility for Funding from the Legal Aid Agency at the start of the case.
We are used to advising clients in difficult emotional situations. Our approach is to deal with matters as sympathetically as possible, but at the same time giving you clear advice tailored to your individual circumstances and requirements to ensure you fully understand your legal entitlements and rights. We offer prompt and practical advice on how to cope with problems and how to resolve them.
We can offer advice on all family law issues including:
- Divorce and Judicial Separation
- Separation Agreements
- Cohabitation Disputes
- Cohabitation Agreements
- Problems in relation to Children including Care Proceedings
- Domestic Violence Injunctions
- Civil Partnerships
- Financial matters arising from the end of a relationship
- Contact, Residence and other Children Act orders
- Child Abduction
- Prenuptial Agreements / Postnuptial Agreements
- Inheritance claims
Willett & Co. offer an initial no obligation free appointment on all family, divorce and matrimonial related matters, during which we will assess your situation and give advice on the best solution for you. When booking an appointment please mention you are a new client booking an initial free ½ hour consultation and you will be asked to bring proof of your identity and income with you.
We aim to find the best solution for your particular problems and needs.
Please take some time to browse our Family & Matrimonial "library" section of our site, keeping you up to date with the latest legal news and visit our "useful links" section of our website, for more information on the following:
|Childline Help and Advice||www.childline.org.uk|
|Child Support Agency||www.csa.gov.uk|
|Domestic Violence Support||www.womensaid.org.uk|
|HM Courts & Tribunals Service||www.hmcourts-service.gov.uk|
|Lone Parents Support||www.gingerbread.org.uk|
If you would like more information on a Family issue, please contact us using our online form or call 01284 701323.