Divorce & Family Law Solicitors
Facing separation or divorce can be overwhelming, complex and emotional. Therefore having the right legal support in place is crucial to get you the right result and prepare you for the next stage of your life. Our expert team of Divorce and Family Solicitors are here to support you every step of the way.
Harrison Drury’s divorce and family solicitors have built up an excellent reputation having successfully represented clients across Lancashire and Cumbria. With solicitors in Preston, Kendal, Lancaster, Garstang and Clitheroe, out team are easily accessible and on hand to help.
In particular, we have a strong tract record of success in cases that involve high-net-worth and ultra-high-net-worth individuals with complex asset structures, such as business owners, sports people, and professionals.
From the outset we are transparent on pricing and encourage out of court agreements to come to amicable settlements that suit all parties.
We also have Collaborative Lawyers within the team who can offer you an alternative to the court process, where an agreement is signed to avoid Court. All matters are then resolved in a series of roundtable, ‘four-way’ meetings.
Family Law Services:
How we can help you:
- Civil Partnerships
- Pre and post nuptial agreements
- Financial settlement on divorce
- Property and pensions in divorce
- Disputes between unmarried couples
- Child issues
- Collaborative Law
Our Expert Family Team
Latest Family Law News and Advice
Mediation in family law – Is it right for my circumstances?
Janine Hutson from Harrison Drury’s Divorce and Family Law team looks at the issues around using mediation during separation and divorce. What is mediation? Put simply, mediation is a way…
Mills v Mills – Maintenance payments after divorce
It’s an interesting time in the field of family law. We recently discussed the case of Owens v Owens in the supreme court, and now we have seen the case…26/07/18
Defective divorce petitions – Am I actually divorced?
It’s been announced that a number of divorce petitions may be defective meaning people may not be officially divorced. Olivia Bailey, trainee solicitor in the family department of Harrison Drury,…