Figures recently published by the Scottish Government have shown that domestic abuse reports have risen for the fourth
Thorntons Family Law helps you with clear, expert legal advice on all family law matters. Through our network of offices, our team is on hand to ensure you understand the choices for your situation and the likely costs, helping deliver the best outcomes for you and your family.
Whether you are dealing with issues relating to divorce or separation, your children, co-habitation or civil partnership dissolution our Family Law team have the experience and expertise to guide you right through from your initial consultation to final resolution. We can also offer alternative methods of resolving your dispute, if you do not want to go to court, such as collaborative law.
Call us on 03330 430 150 for a chat or contact us to book an appointment.
At Thorntons Family Law, we offer an initial free no-obligation chat over the phone to outline your options and the possible costs.
We are always clear to clients about the potential costs of any option and offer a range of payment options. In some cases we can offer clients a fixed price package. If we cannot offer a fixed price service, we charge based on the time we spend on your case, including meetings, emails, phone calls and court representations. Depending on your case and circumstances, you may also need to cover outlays, such as court costs or payments to independent experts. We will set out our fees and likely extra costs for you at the start and keep you informed of any possible changes as your case progresses.
Please note we do not offer Legal Aid for this service.
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