Divorce, Family & Matrimonial2019-03-29T17:20:43+01:00

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Divorce, Family & Matrimonial

Griffin Law has the expertise to help deal with all areas of family law including divorce and separation, co-habitation and paternity disputes and issues relating to children.

Our Experience with Divorce Cases

The firm’s principal, having worked 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, is 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 has the expertise to help deal with all areas of family law including divorce and separation, co-habitation and paternity disputes and issues relating to children.

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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