Family Law issues

At all of our lawyers and solicitors can provide family law advice to clients in Lanarkshire from our offices in Airdrie, Cumbernauld and Motherwell. Our law firm covers a range of areas including divorce, separation, contact and residence of children, wills, powers of attorney, guardianship and parental rights. We are also able to offer legal aid. We have clients in Airdrie, Motherwell, Coatbridge, Cumbernauld, Bellshill, Wishaw, Hamilton, Larkhall and throughout Lanarkshire. We recognise that there are all sorts of family law issues that can lead to people requiring the need of expert legal assistance from a lawyer or solicitor. This can relate to issues following the breakdown of a relationship, divorce, separation, property rights, issues relating to contact with children or residence of children as well as parental rights. It is important to turn to a law firm who have experience in family law matters. Our lawyers, solicitors and notaries public can advise on any of the following:
  • Divorce and the grounds for divorce, as well as the court procedures involved
  • Separation, including financial issues
  • Contact arrangements for your child or children
  • Residence of your child or children
  • Parental Rights and Responsibilities
  • rights of grandparents in relation to children
  • Rights of residence in the matrimonial home
  • Matrimonial interdicts and protective measures
  • Rights of co-habiting couples
Equally, legal issues can arise in relation to other matters to take account of changes in circumstances within a family and to help make sure your family is protected as you would wish them to be. For example:
  • Wills – as your circumstances, and the circumstances of your family change it is important to ensure you have a will that is up to date and accurately reflects your wishes and a lawyer can guide you through the process
  • Power of Attorney – A power of attorney can allow you to appoint someone to make decisions of your behalf regarding your welfare or financial matters. The power of attorney can be granted to take immediate effect or only to take affect if you become medically unfit to make decisions for yourself.
  • Guardianship Orders– A guardianship order can be sought from court where the need arises to assist family members who are unable to cope and who require assistance with their day to day care. on their own or to ensure that
Our lawyers, solicitors and notaries public are experienced and sympathetic and will be happy to assist you with any family law query you may have. We have clients throughout Scotland and have our main offices in Airdrie, Cumbernauld and Motherwell so that we are centrally located to provide legal services throughout Lanarkshire and all over Scotland. We have clients in Airdrie, Coatbridge, Wishaw, Cumbernauld, Motherwell, Bellshill, New Stevenson, Glasgow and throughout Scotland. Our lawyers are able to offer legal aid in appropriate cases and we will be able to assess whether you are eligible for legal aid at the outset of your case. In some circumstances, our lawyers and solicitors can meet you at your home to make the process easier for you.

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01698 678609

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