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Family Solicitors Surrey


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We understand that the breakdown of a relationship can be one of the most stressful events in your life. Our team of specialist family and divorce solicitors and lawyers in Surrey will provide you with clear, easy to understand advice, guiding you through all of the options available.

As members of Resolution: First for Family Law our family lawyers are committed to dealing with family conflicts in a conciliatory and cost effective way. We often recommend the collaborative process or mediation to ensure the resolution is agreeable to all parties.

Where all other means of resolution have been exhausted or are inappropriate and court proceedings are necessary, we will guide you through the process whilst trying to reach an agreement on favourable terms as cost effectively as possible.

If you are considering your options on the breakdown of your relationship, we will help you consider the best course of action to take. Contact us today for further information.

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Jane Crosby

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Jane Crosby

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Danielle Collett-Bruce

The Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act: An Update

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Danielle Collett-Bruce, Solicitor, Commercial & Corporate Solicitor ,

Danielle Collett-Bruce

Workforce wellbeing must include mental health awareness

Understanding of mental health issues is high on the agenda, thanks to the involvement of the younger members of the Royal family in the Heads Together awareness…

Jane Crosby, Associate, Dispute Resolution Solicitor ,

Jane Crosby

Dealing with Coy Insurers

If you have a good claim for a substantial sum which your opponent would not be able to pay themselves if judgment was obtained, but in relation…

Paul Grimwood, Partner, Head of Dispute Resolution Solicitor ,

Paul Grimwood

The Importance of a Shareholders Agreement

The importance of a shareholders agreement should never be underestimated. Unlike a company’s articles of association which is a matter of public record, a shareholders agreement remains…

Danielle Collett-Bruce, Solicitor, Commercial & Corporate Solicitor ,

Danielle Collett-Bruce

Facing up to the social media challenge for business

Every business using social media should get to grips with publishing law and advertising regulations if they are to avoid reputation-damaging incidents. The reminder follows the news…

Jane Crosby, Associate, Dispute Resolution Solicitor ,

Jane Crosby

Limitations of Liability

After a hard fought bidding process one of the last things a business wants to do is to document the contractual arrangements with a new (or existing…

Danielle Collett-Bruce, Solicitor, Commercial & Corporate Solicitor ,

Danielle Collett-Bruce

The Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act: An Update

Since my last article in March 2016, the confirmation statement has come into force, replacing the annual return as the updating document at companies house.

Danielle Collett-Bruce, Solicitor, Commercial & Corporate Solicitor ,

Danielle Collett-Bruce

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