Divorce & Family Lawyer Altrincham

Providing bespoke, personal advice for you and your family. Relationship breakdown is one of the most stressful life events. Rest assured that as a specialist divorce & family lawyer, I will do all that I can to put you at ease.

As a self-employed consultant solicitor, you will have my personal services from the start of your case, to the end. I also work with several other firms across the country, ensuring you get the best service every time.

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’s 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.

Based in Altrincham, I service areas across England including Lymm, Knutsford, Sandbach, Cheshire, Manchester and Wilmslow. To ensure the process is as straight forward as possible, I offer flexible appointment times and locations to suit you.

Divorce Lawyer in Cheshire, Manchester, Altrincham, Lymm, Knutsford & Wilmslow

If you feel that you need some early advice and direction please do get in touch to arrange an initial consultation by calling 0161 509 6241 or completing the online contact form.

Latest News

Child Movement during Coronavirus Restrictions

During these ever-changing times, clarity has been gained in regards to children moving between households.

Is Getting a Divorce Different for Long Marriages?

Relationship breakdowns continue to hit our headlines, with one of the most recent being the split of TV presenter Fern Britton and her partner of 20 years Phil Vickery. Marriages that last more than a…

What Will Happen to Our Dog If We Divorce?

Dogs become a beloved member of the family and an essential part of their owner’s lives, and yet many couples do not have an agreement in place for who keeps the dog if they were…

Festive Message & 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 Tuesday 24th December to Thursday 2nd January….

Things to Think About if You Are Getting a Divorce

While divorce can cause a great deal of emotional turmoil, there can also be a serious impact on your livelihood if the process is not managed correctly. You must be aware of your legal rights…

Cohabiting families on the rise, but do unmarried partners have any legal rights?

For the first time in history, the residents of Downing Street – Prime Minister Boris Johnson and partner Carrie Symonds – are a cohabiting couple. While married couple families remain the most common family household…

No-Fault Divorce Moves Closer with Progression of Bill

The recently introduced Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill aims to reform the 50-year-old law on divorce in England and Wales. Changes to the divorce laws are to be introduced to enable couples to separate more…

Guidance for Pensions and Divorce Published

New guidance has been published by the Pension Advisory Group (PAG) on the treatment of pensions in divorce. The advice is designed to assist family lawyers, judges and pensions experts together to make the division…

Dealing with Pensions in Divorce

Divorce is always challenging, and discussing financial arrangements when emotions are running high can be difficult. However, you and your spouse will need to discuss your assets and come to a financial settlement that works…

COVID-19 Update from Lindsay Jones

During these extraordinary times, I remain open for business and will be happy to help you should you require legal advice. In line with government advice, I will be working from home and can be contacted on 0161 509 6241 or lindsay@lindsayjonesdivorcelawyer.co.uk.

I wish you all the very best. Stay safe and stay well.