Karol Kaliczak


Karol practised as a solicitor between 2009 and 2016, and in 2013 became a certified practitioner under the Law Society’s ‘Family Law Advanced Accreditation Scheme’. In 2016 he transferred to the Bar and qualified as a barrister.

Karol has now been granted a ‘litigation extension’ by the Bar Standards Board so that he can act for clients in much the same way as a solicitor. In addition, his status and experience as a barrister means that he is able to represent his clients at court hearings throughout proceedings.

Karol has expertise in all aspects of family law, and particularly in respect of children-related disputes, including those relating to issues around: 

  • Child contact/ access 
  • Child residence/ custody 
  • Parental responsibility 
  • Name change 
  • School change 
  • Relocation (both inside and outside of the United Kingdom) 
  • Enforcement of Court orders where there is non-compliance

He also has extensive expertise regarding divorce and matrimonial finance matters, and applications for domestic violence injunctions. 

If you have any query regarding family law please call Karol on 01926 491181 for some free initial advice, and potentially to book a free 30 minute face-to-face meeting.

During the Coronavirus, I will be working remotely and can be contacted on:  07946 491290

News and media

  • News
    • Posted on March 30, 2020
      The impact of Covid-19 is being felt across the country and is affecting every aspect of our lives. Separated parents are, however, facing some unique difficulties in respect of making decisions when it comes to the care arrangements for children.
    • Posted on July 23, 2019
      A ‘Costs Working Group’ has been set up by the Family Procedure Rules Committee, tasked with reviewing the costs rules in matrimonial financial remedy cases i.e. cases where divorcing couples have been unable to agree a financial settlement and so have had to involve the courts.
    • Posted on July 3, 2019
      The school summer holidays are fast approaching: a happy and exciting time for many, but also a period that can see tension and conflict between separated parents. Both parents will, of course, want to spend quality time with their children, but sometimes it can be difficult agreeing the summer child arrangements to everybody’s satisfaction.

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