Family Law

We understand that you could be experiencing the most upsetting and stressful period of your life when you contact us.   

Here at Clodes Solicitors we appreciate that continuity of Solicitor, flexible appointment times, clear advice without legalise and simple fee structures can go some way to reducing stress and anxiety and help you make the right decisions for your future. 

Our Family Law department provides a full range of services to see you through a relationship breakdown including: 

* Divorce

* Judicial Separation and Annulment of Marriage

* Child Law, including Child Arrangement Orders (formerly Residence and Contact Issues),  Child Maintenance and Support

* Care Proceedings

* Pension Law

* Injunctions, where this domestic violence or intimidation

* Cohabitation Disputes

* Property and Financial Disputes

* Prenuptial Agreements 

If you are a victim of Domestic Violence, you can get Legal Aid  to assist you with legal advice and representation with divorce, children matters (including matters where a child is at risk of abuse from a partner) & some Financial Matters. 

The Legal Aid Agency require Evidence of Domestic Violence and the Ministry of Justice provides guidance concerning the types evidence required http://www.justice.gov.uk/legal-aid-for-private-family-matters 

Please Call us on 02920 765050 for further information.

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What is an Inheritance Act Claim?

In short it is an application made (Pursuant to the Inheritance Act) by a person seeking to be either a beneficiary of a deceased’s estate or a larger beneficiary. It is not a challenge to the validity of the deceased’s will not is it a claim against the estate. It should be viewed as redistribution of the estate between the beneficiaries of the estate under the existing Will or rules of intestacy and the applicant.

An application can be made for various reasons however the most commons scenarios are where insufficient provision has been made for a disabled person or where an unmarried couple have no valid will and the rules of intestacy make no provision for the surging partner.

For more information about Inheritance Claims click the link https://www.clodes-solicitors.com/service/inheritance-act-claims/ or contact Clodes on 02920 765050
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