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Family law solicitors in Wrexham & Mold

There is no such thing as an ‘average’ family, which means there is no such thing as a standard legal service for families. Whether you’re living together, you’re going through a separation, you’re already divorced, there are children involved or extended relatives, speaking to a family solicitor can help everyone see a clear path forward.

Whilst there are no “winners or losers” in matters such as these, we work hard to achieve an amicable result which our clients are happy with. For the sake of our clients, we attempt to keep matters out of court as this can add an extra level of complexity and increase costs significantly. Unfortunately, going to court cannot be avoided in all cases.  

If children are involved, we help families make them a priority. Our concern is first and foremost for your children’s health and welfare, and we pragmatically look to resolve disagreements about who should have primary care, how important decisions about a child’s life will be agreed and how visitation might work, and can also advise whether shared care is appropriate.

Our solicitors in Mold and Wrexham cover all areas of family law, including:

  • Adoption
  • Arrangements for children
  • Change of name
  • Divorce
  • Domestic violence
  • Financial arrangements
  • Living together
  • Prenuptial agreements
  • Separation

To find out more about our family legal services, contact us on 01978 880 276.

Team members

Anna Kisiela
Jessica Roberts
Associate Partner
Kate Jones
Associate Partner

News and media

  • News
    • Posted on January 21, 2020
      Making the decision to separate or divorce is not easy, especially when there are children involved. You could be feeling a sense of shock, sadness or anger as well as worrying about how your separation will affect your children and relationships with family and friends. There are probably financial and practical worries bubbling away too. A distressing time becomes overwhelming if your ex-partner says they are going to stop you from having contact with your children. There are many reasons for this, and contact denial can happen at any time – not just immediately after separation or divorce.

      Here we talk about what you can do to make sure child access arrangements are fair to everybody, and most importantly, that your children’s welfare is at the core.
    • Posted on January 9, 2020
      The decision to divorce is never easy. It’s an emotional rollercoaster, whatever your circumstances. Being in a relationship can feel like a comfort blanket, and separation can leave you with a cold sense of loss. You might be scared about starting again on your own, or excited, or both. If you have children you’ll be worried about the impact on their wellbeing, and you may also be worried about child and financial arrangements.

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