Divorce & Family Lawyer Altrincham

Based in Altrincham, I service areas across England including Lymm, Knutsford, Sandbach, Cheshire, Manchester and Wilmslow. Relationship breakdown is considered to be one of the most stressful life events. Rest assured that as a specialist family lawyer I will do all that I can to put you at ease. I am empathetic and robust in my approach in equal measure. I specialise in all areas of family law to include Divorce, Financial Settlements and Children Law. I pride myself on providing my clients with quality service and have a range of funding options and fixed fee packages in place to cater for all budgets. I work as a self-employed consultant solicitor and work in partnership with a number of firms across the northwest. I understand that at a time when your private life is in turmoil balancing your professional life with a difficult home life can be hard and that is why I offer flexible appointment times and locations to suit you. If you feel that you need some early advice and direction feel free to arrange an initial consultation by calling 07917711887.

Latest News

Proposed changes to spousal maintenance

The Divorce (Financial Provision) Bill reached the committee stage in the House of Lords last month. Seeking to amend the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973 in relation to financial settlements following divorce, the bill aims to…

Festive Opening Hours

As the holiday approaches, I would like to take this opportunity to inform valued clients and potential new customers of our Christmas opening hours, we will be closed from December 21st Friday to January 2nd Wednesday….

Good Divorce Week

Last week, Resolution – a UK organisation that campaigns for improvements to the family justice system – were raising awareness for divorcing parents and how best to minimise the impact of conflict on their children,…

Extending civil partnerships to heterosexual couples could help with ‘risky’ cohabitation in UK

Theresa May recently announced that all couples in England and Wales will be given the right to choose whether they would like to enter a civil partnership, which, for heterosexual cohabitating couples, is “infinitely preferable…

Family Finances

Whether you are in a marriage or civil partnership, financial matters can become a sticking point in the case of separation, dissolution or divorce. With many pre- and post-nuptial agreements available to couples to regulate…

How to talk to your children about divorce

The breakdown of a relationship can be extremely challenging for both parties involved, however, it is also difficult for the children as well. There will come a time when we have to have “the conversation”…

Do I Have to Move out During Divorce?

For most people, sorting out their living situation during a divorce is a crucial consideration. If you own or rent a property with your spouse, you may find this exercise fairly straightforward. It can prove…

Calls for Family Court Changes to Support Domestic Abuse Victims

The Government recently held a public consultation exercise over its approach to dealing with domestic abuse in advance of its proposed Domestic Abuse Bill. 

Divorce Can Impact on Standard of Living in Retirement

New research from the United States has highlighted the negative impact divorce can have on the level of income available in retirement.