Based in kent, I advise clients throughout the county. 

 

Child Case? Specific Issue? Prohibited Steps? Both?

Child Case? Specific Issue? Prohibited Steps? Both?

Whilst not entirely exclusive of one another, there is, generally speaking, a difference between these two types of family order.

A specific issue order, often, is to deal with a problem that CURRENTLY exists.

A prohibited steps order, usually, is to deal with a problem looming in the sometimes very near distance.

For advice on either, or both types of children law order, contact me to discuss

Pre-Nuptial Agreements- to be bound or not to be bound?

Pre-Nuptial Agreements- to be bound or not to be bound?

Can I Get A Divorce?

Can I Get A Divorce?