Family Solicitors Leeds

Your Local, Family Solicitors in Leeds

Whiterose Blackmans Solicitors LLP are local family solicitors in Leeds.

Our friendly and understanding family solicitors who have a wealth of experience in acting for clients for wide range of family law related matters. We understand that it can often be a very emotional and can be a distressing time when you need to enlist a family solicitor and we endeavor to make the process as straightforward as possible.

Understanding & Proactive Family Solicitors in Leeds

The initial meeting is always free so you can speak to us opening about your situation and we can advise you accordingly on matters Such as Divorce, International Divorce, Separation, Financial Agreements, Child Maintenance, Grandparents Contact, Child Custody, Child Support, Domestic Violence, Forced Marriages, Cohabitation, Legal Advice for Unmarried Couples.

Fixed Fee Divorce in Leeds

In some cases we are able to offer a fixed fee divorce to keep fees to a minimum. You can be assured a compassionate, knowledgeable and friendly service when you choose Whiterose Blackmans Solicitors LLP, Jargon free! If you are searching for a reputable and proactive family solicitor in Leeds

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    We provide legal representation in divorce proceedings in Leeds and all over the country. We have the experience and ability to provide representation regardless of where a person lives, at home or abroad, if the divorce is to take place within England or Wales.

    In more straightforward circumstances we are able to offer a fixed fee divorce option. Call us to arrange your free initial discussion.

    Domestic violence can take many forms including:
    Physical abuse – punching, hitting, throwing, kicking, etc.
    Emotional/mental abuse – controlling behaviour, causing you to feel scared, threatening behaviour
    Sexual abuse – being forced to do sexual acts you do not consent to
    Verbal abuse – name calling, shouting, etc.
    If you’re the victim of domestic violence, our specialist lawyers can only offer you support, empathy and understanding. As well as being immediately available on the phone, we can – where appropriate – help you to obtain emergency protection within 24 hours.
    Our Child Law Solicitors in Leeds are experienced in all aspects of the legalities surrounding children when a relationship breaks down. We providing expert legal advice and representation in disputes concerning children as well as having many years of experience in this area of work.

    We frequently deal with child contact, child residency, local authority intervention, child maintenance, supervision orders, financial matters & grandparents contact issues.

    Our team of specialist family lawyers can provide practical advice and support throughout the legal process, whether you’re creating a civil partnership or your relationship has broken down.

    Undertaking a civil partnership is a significant step. But as with any relationship, there are numerous things to consider in securing your future, such as how to protect your assets should you separate. We can draft a prenuptial agreement to protect you from the outset or help you with the financial relief provisions that may be available.

    There is often confusion relating to the legal and financial rights you have when a relationship has broken down and you are unmarried. We are here to help, we help unmarried individuals resolve their financial and legal situation when a relationship has come to its end.

    People often think that couples who have been living together for a long period of time are ‘common law’ husbands and wives; however there is no such legal status in the UK. The Law refers to ‘living together’ relationships as Cohabitation; people living together are called ‘Cohabitees’.

    If you need legal advice relating to cohabitation contact us today to discuss your situation, we will be happy to listen and advise

    In order for marriage to be legal, the parties must enter into it with free and full consent. When one or both parties to a marriage have been coerced into getting married against their will, they are victims of forced marriage. Equally, if one or both parties have a condition that prevents them from understanding what they are doing – such as a severe learning disability – they could also be considered to be a victim of forced marriage.If you need legal advice relating to forced marriage contact our understanding and experienced solicitors today

    Whiterose Blackmans Solicitors LLP – Family Law Division
    Fryers House, 146 Cardigan Road, Leeds, LS6 1LU

    leeds family law solicitors

    Whiterose Blackmans Solicitors LLP are Lexcel accredited. Lexcel is the Law Society’s legal practice quality mark for excellence in legal practice management and excellence in client care. Our firm is independently audited every year to ensure that we meet the standard for excellence.

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