Divorce, Family & Matrimonial2023-07-24T16:24:43+01:00

Griffin Law can help clients explore their options ensuring that they are not unnecessarily exposed to financial risks.

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Divorce, Family & Matrimonial

Griffin Law can expertly advise you on your family law issue and is particularly experienced in divorce and separation, co-habitation and paternity disputes. We understand how stressful this time can be for everybody involved. Our family law solicitor, Keeley Parry, can alleviate a little bit of that stress for you. For an initial consultation at a fixed fee of £500+VAT, Keeley will meet with you for 1 hour to assess your situation and to provide key advice as to how it is we are able to help and how your matter can resolved as quickly and cost-efficiently as possible. This initial consultation will include general advice on areas such as:

  • the legal requirements for issuing divorce proceedings in England and Wales;
  • the divorce procedure;
  • the general approach to any specific assets (pensions, trusts, etc);
  • financial orders; and
  • alternatives to issuing divorce proceedings (counselling, informal or formal separation, judicial separation, post-nuptial agreement).

Our Experience with Divorce Cases

The team can deal with the most complex of divorce cases drawing from their wealth of experience that includes matters in the British Virgin Islands and the Bahamas, and having dealt with disputes involving jurisdictions as diverse as the Isle of Man, Jersey, Guernsey, Bermuda, the Cayman Islands, Cyprus, Russia and China. We are able to navigate through this legal minefield in a cost-effective, efficient and proactive manner, helping you secure your future and avoiding as much inconvenience and misery as possible at what is a most difficult time for you and your family.

Why Choose Griffin Law?

Working with a team of experienced barristers, enquiry agents, trustees and lawyers, Griffin Law can help deal with your family law matter and can expertly advise on divorce and separation, co-habitation and paternity disputes. We are the lawyers you want on your side. Please contact justice@griffinlaw.co.uk or use the form below to get in touch.

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