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Helping you put your children first

Making sure separation affects children as little as possible is difficult. We appreciate there can be complex issues involved and emotions are often charged. Ensuring the right outcome for your children can be challenging and we will support you through this.

We're here to help you.

In a perfect world, decisions relating to where children live and the contact they have with each parent can be reached amicably.  In reality this is not always the case.  We can support you through the process and make sure the children's well-being is at the forefront.

Mediation vs Court

Mediation is an alternative to court and can minimise some of the stress involved.

By choosing mediation you can try to avoid some of the hurt and anger that is associated with court.  When an agreement is made by mutual consent (rather than court mandated), it is much more likely that both parties will abide by the decision.

Mediation can often be cheaper and quicker than the court process.

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Meet the team

Richard Perrins

Partner, Head of Family Department

Lindsey Arnold


Anna Burton

Associate Solicitor

Sophia Haine


Georgia Foster

Trainee Solicitor

Molly Robinson

Solicitors Apprentice

Mollie-Anne Collins

Legal Secretary

Julie Read

Legal Secretary

Lorraine Woodrow

Legal Secretary

Tina Matthews

Legal Secretary