We’re experts in advising and representing people in making arrangements for the care of their children following divorce or separation.
Why choose us?
We’re a convenient, accessible online service
We are an online-based legal practice, meaning our services are open to people across the country. We can easily work around your schedule. This makes it faster, easier and more convenient for you to get the expert legal help you need for the issues around the care of your children.
Exceptional specialist expertise
All of the work we do is carried out by barristers with many years of specialist experience handling arrangements for children following divorce and separation. You can have full confidence that all of the legal details will be properly taken care of and that you and your children are in safe hands
Fixed fees for all work
We charge fixed prices, agreed with you in advance, for all of the work we do. This gives you complete control over the costs involved and certainty over what you will be spending.
Approachable, personal advice
We’re more than just legal experts – we are human beings, just like you. Our team offer a warm, approachable service and will always speak to you in plain English, helping to make dealing with these sensitive issues as easy and stress-free as possible.
A service tailored to your needs
We know that every family and every situation is different, so are happy to offer exactly as much support as you need. Whether you need advice on a single issue, such as how to agree shared cared arrangements, or are looking for more comprehensive service, such as representation in court proceedings, our expert barristers can provide the exact service you are looking for.
Elizabeth & Sarah worked together on a case that has since become binding in courts in England & Wales. Elizabeth as solicitor & Sarah as barrister both acted for the successful father in the case Re W (Children)  EWCA Civ 999 when the Court of Appeal ordered direct contact between the father and his estranged children. This remains one of the leading cases on contact between a father and his children.
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