We understand the stresses family disputes can cause, especially those around the end of a relationship or parenting with an ex-partner. Our family law solicitors in Wimbledon aim to make it as fast, simple and harmonious as possible to resolve disagreements and conflicts between family members while ensuring your best interest stay protected.
Whether you are dealing with divorce, a financial dispute or disagreement over childcare arrangements, we can use our expertise in non-confrontational dispute resolution to help you find a positive outcome. This is usually quicker and less costly than taking a dispute to court and can allow you to preserve or repair family relationships.
With over two decades of experience in family law, our team have worked across all areas of family legal matters. Our expertise in mediation and collaborative law make us a top choice for anyone wanting to minimise conflict while resolving a dispute. We also have particular expertise in the area of LGBTQI family law, meaning no matter who you are, we can provide an expert legal service for you and your family.
Our family law services in Wimbledon
Our family lawyers in Wimbledon provide a full range of legal services for individuals and families, helping you to plan for the future and find fast solutions to family disputes. We work with people anywhere in West London, central London and the surrounding area.
Our family law expertise includes:
- 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 Wimbledon
Non-confrontational dispute resolution is at the heart of our family law service, meaning we help you sort out your disputes in a harmonious way wherever possible. Our goal is to avoid the need for court action if we can, as agreeing a solution privately is almost always faster, less expensive and less stressful for everyone involved. We use two main methods for doing this – family mediation and collaborative law.
Family mediation – Our trained, neutral mediators can meet with you and the person you are in a dispute with and help you work towards agreeing a solution that works for everyone.
The mediator facilitates the process, keeping the discussion constructive and diffusing any potential conflict, but you are in control. This means you are not putting the final outcome in the hands of a judge and can make sure your personal priorities are protected.
Collaborative law – If you want the reassurance of having your own lawyer there with you during negotiations, collaborative law can give you this. Both parties meet accompanied by their own lawyer, who must have specific training in collaborative law.
The aim is to agree a solution that suits both parties’ interests while keeping the process free from conflict. Our trained collaborative lawyers can ensure your interests are not compromised, even when there are particularly complicated issues to unpick.
Why choose Crisp & Co’s family lawyers in Wimbledon?
Crisp & Co’s family lawyers in Wimbledon work with individuals and families across West London, central London and the surrounding area. As team, we have been supporting families in Wimbledon and beyond since 1996. Each of our solicitors is an expert in family law with specific training on non-confrontational dispute resolution.
Many of our family law solicitors are also members of Resolution, a network of family legal professionals committed to non-confrontational dispute resolution. Additionally, Crisp & Co is Lexcel-accredited by the Law Society, showing that we provide the highest quality of legal practice management and customer care.
We are particularly well known for our expertise in LGBTQI family law, having supported individuals and families from this community for many years with everything from divorce and civil partnership dissolution to adoption, surrogacy and parental responsibility issues.