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About Us and You

Crisp & Co was established in 1996 by Henry & Michele Crisp to provide specialist legal advice in matrimonial and family law to our clients.

Since then, our firm has expanded to locations in Angel, Canary Wharf, Putney, Guildford, Kingston upon Thames, The City, Covent Garden, Wimbledon, Richmond, Chelsea, Hammersmith, Reigate, Southwark and Wimbledon.

Our expert solicitors are able to advise in all aspects of family law including divorce and dissolution of civil partnerships, and their allied financial issues, separation of couples who have been living together, pre and post nuptial agreements and all aspects of breakdown of relationships involving children.

It is the aim of our firm to provide our clients with a first class and bespoke service guiding them through the emotional and legal complexities of separation and other relationship issues. We strive to provide our clients with a secure outcome that is right for them and their family.

As well as the traditional legal advice and representation in Court, we have solicitors who have training in collaborative law and mediation. These are alternative methods of dealing with the breakdown of family relationships based on a less confrontational approach with the object of achieving a harmonious outcome. For more information on these alternatives see our collaborative and mediation pages.

We are aware that legal fees are an unwelcome but inevitable consequence of family breakdown, and pride ourselves on offering the best expertise at the most competitive and reasonable price.. Furthermore, we endeavour to provide our clients with accurate cost estimates and time frames from the outset and throughout our involvement in their matter. For those clients who have a need to limit costs to a certain sum, we are also offer a ‘pay as you go’ service, whereby work is limited to a certain cost limit.