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Solicitors in Camden

Our solicitors in Camden offer a full range of family law services, including for divorce and separation, pre-nuptial agreements and children law.

Our experienced solicitors are experts in non-confrontational methods of dispute resolution, including mediation and collaborative law, so can often help you resolve your family legal issues without the need for court action, saving you time, money and stress.

Get in touch with our family law solicitors in Camden today by calling 0203 281 6590 or use the enquiry form above for a swift response.

How to find our solicitors in Camden

Crisp & Co Solicitors
13 Hawley Crescent
London

NW1 8NP

Tel: 020 3948 3867
Email:

Directions

By car – The nearest car park is the Curnock Estate Car Park on Pratt Street, a short walk from our offices. Exit the car park onto Pratt Street and head left until you reach Camden High Street. Turn right into Camden High Street and follow the road until you see Hawley Crescent on your right. Enter Hawley Crescent and our office will then be on your right.

By train – Our Camden office is located conveniently near to Camden Town Underground Station. Simply exit the station into Kentish Town Road, then head left, towards the canal. Take the second left into Hawley Crescent and our offices will be on your left.

Our family law services in Camden

Our expert family law solicitors in Camden offer a full range of services for individuals and families, including:

  • Divorce
  • Separation
  • Civil partnership dissolution
  • Pre-nuptial agreements
  • Post-nuptial agreements
  • Living together agreements
  • Collaborative law
  • Mediation
  • Children law

Why choose Crisp & Co’s family lawyers in Camden?

Crisp & Co has been helping clients across London and beyond with their family legal issues for over two decades. With 14 offices spread across the capital, we offer a convenient service, whether you are located in Camden or elsewhere in London.

Our solicitors in Camden are experts in all areas of family law and we are particularly skilled at constructive, non-confrontational methods of dispute resolution, such as mediation and collaborative law. Many of our team, including Senior Partner Henry Crisp, are trained mediators and members of Resolution, which is a network of legal professionals dedicated to non-confrontational dispute resolution.

We are Lexcel-accredited by the Law Society, recognising that our practice is run to the highest standards.

Family mediation and collaborative law

When you experience a family dispute, whether over the details of your divorce or separation, in relation to your children, or dealing with any other issues, it is important to find a swift, efficient resolution that protects your interest and those of your loved ones.

Mediation involves both parties meeting with a trained, neutral mediator who will guide you through discussing the various issues involved in your dispute and help you to agree a mutually acceptable solution.

Collaborative law involves both parties sitting down to negotiate an agreement, each supported by their own solicitor trained in collaborative law. The aim is to reach an agreement both parties can accept, while having the advice and guidance of your own legal representative to ensure your interests are protected.

Mediation and collaborative law both offer highly effective ways to resolve family disputes while minimising the conflict involved. Because these methods can allow you to avoid court action, they are often much faster, less expensive and less emotionally draining.

Mediation and collaborative law can also allow you to preserve a better relationship with the person you are in dispute with – something which can be especially important if this is your ex-partner with whom you will need to continue co-parenting your children.

Get in touch with our family law solicitors in Camden

Speak to one of our family law solicitors in Camden today by calling 0203 281 6590 or use the enquiry form below and we will get back to you promptly.

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