Family Law Solicitors in Kingston upon Thames
Crisp & Co offers a comprehensive family law service for people in Kingston upon Thames and the surrounding area, based on more than 20 years’ experience specialising in family law.
We know how complicated, stressful and emotionally draining legal issues involving your family can be. That’s why our family law team are focused on making the process of resolving family legal issues as simple, fast and stress-free as possible, while ensuring your interests and those of your loved ones stay protected.
Family law is our speciality and something we have been practising since 1996. Our family solicitors cover all areas of family law, including LGBTQI family law and family dispute resolution. As a result, we are able to offer a complete legal service for families and individuals dealing with any aspect of family law.
Get in touch with our family solicitors in Kingston upon Thames today by calling 0203 857 9885 or use the enquiry form above for a swift response.
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Our family law services in Kingston upon Thames
Our expert family lawyers in Kingston upon Thames assist families in Kingston, as well as throughout West London and Surrey, with all aspects of family law, including:
- Civil partnership dissolution
- Relationship breakdown
- Financial settlements
- Pre-nuptial agreements
- Pre-civil partnership agreements
- Living together agreements
- Children law
- LGBTQI family law
- Family dispute resolution (including mediation & collaborative law)
- International divorce
- Domestic violence
Family dispute resolution in Kingston upon Thames
Most people want to resolve family disputes as quickly and cost-effectively as possible, while keeping the stress and emotional fallout involved to a minimum. This is the goal of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) also known as non-confrontational dispute resolution, which is focused on using techniques such as mediation and collaborative law to allow disputes to be resolved without the need for court action or unnecessary conflict.
Family mediation is where both parties involved in a dispute sit down with a trained neutral mediator who guides them through constructively discussing their issues and agreeing a mutually acceptable resolution.
Collaborative law is where both parties in a dispute meet, each supported by a lawyer trained in a collaborative law, to negotiation a solution to their dispute. This allows each party the reassurance of expert legal support to ensure their interests remain protected throughout the process.
Why choose Crisp & Co’s family lawyers in Kingston upon Thames?
With over two decades of experience in family law, we know how to get the best result for you and your family, fast and cost-effectively while keeping your stress to a minimum. With 14 local offices spread across London and the South East, we can offer a convenient local service to anyone in the capital or the surrounding area.
Because family law is our sole focus, every solicitor on our team is an expert in this area so we can always guaranteed depth of knowledge as well as first-class customer service. We have particular expertise in LGBTQI family law, with an exceptional track record in supporting LGBTQI people with their legal issues.
Our focus on mediation and collaborative law allows us to provide a constructive, non-confrontational approach to family dispute resolution wherever possible. Many of our team are members of Resolution, a network of family legal professionals committed to non-confrontational dispute resolution and Crisp & Co is Lexcel-accredited by the Law Society.
Get in touch with our family solicitors in Kingston upon Thames
Speak to one of our family solicitors in Kingston upon Thames today by calling 0203 857 9885 or use the enquiry form below and we will get back to you promptly.
Family legal resources in Kingston upon Thames
Cases related to family law, including divorce, children and domestic violence are heard in this court for people living in Kingston upon Thames and the surrounding area. This court also hears cases on housing possession and money claims.
Family law issues can affect things such as your housing and what benefits you are entitled to. Kingston upon Thames Citizens Advice service can provide basic guidance on how these issues might be affected and what steps you can take to protect your interests.