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    Our team of domestic violence lawyers can help

    If you have experienced domestic violence, or have been wrongly accused of domestic violence, our team of specialist family lawyers can help to advise and protect you and your family. We can also refer you to local counselling and support services if necessary.

    We will discuss these issues sensitively with you and advise you whether it is necessary for you to seek protection under the Family Law Act 1996, often as quickly as possible. We can help you by:
    •    Applying for a non-molestation order to help protect you from violence, harassment or threatening behaviour;
    •    Applying for an occupation order to stop somebody living in, entering or coming near your home;
    •    Taking steps to help you ensure the safety of your children from violent behavior;
    •    Applying for a divorce from a partner who has been abusive and dealing with the associated financial arrangements; and
    •    Responding to an application for a non-molestation order or occupation order made against you.

    Applications for Non-Molestation Orders and Occupation Orders 

    We can act for you in preparing the necessary paperwork for these applications and guide you through the Court process. We can also communicate with your spouse or partner on your behalf, if you do not wish to communicate with them directly. 

    For further information please contact one of the team.

      

  • Latest Updates

    Family Law Act 1996 Proceedings

    Under the Family Law Act 1996, the court has the power to make orders, which are intended to protect those who seek the assistance of the court. 

    Pandemic Unlocks Family Law Flood

    Desmond O’Donnell recently wrote a piece for Wealth Briefing Magazine, looking at child arrangement and maintenance payments during coronavirus.

    Ending the ‘Blame Game’ – The Need for Divorce Reform?

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At every stage in instructing TS&P (and I have used them for Residential Conveyancing, Family Law and Employment Law) I have always been very impressed with the quality of the people I have dealt with. Keep doing what they are doing and they will keep my business as well as be warmly recommended by me.

Client

I have found both Una and Desmond very professional, knowledgeable and understanding people. It is good to deal with 'humans' when having to work on personal documentation.

Client

Sarah is professional, well-organised, and thorough in her work. I was impressed by the way in which she kept matters cool and polite when dealing with my ex-husband's solicitor, always focused on the task at hand and never engaging in power games.  The outcome of the divorce was very satisfying for me, I felt well-advised and supported by Sarah Keily and Emma Sumner, and it is most gratifying to be able to have such high quality legal service locally.

Client

I found Sarah very approachable and her advice pragmatic. She immediately understood my situation and I felt comfortable in sharing information about my situation. The written advice that followed was easy to understand and I felt clear about my options.

Client

Kirstie Law is 'absolutely committed to moving things along, getting a result and resolving cases,' Sources say: 'She is one of the most effective lawyers practising in this area. Her approach is wonderfully refreshing and straightforward.

Client

Their technical and experiential knowledge in divorce law and experience in presenting legal arguments at court are real strengths.

Client

The 'very personal' family team is 'always accessible' and 'very knowledgeable.'  

Client

They are sensible and realistic in their expectations, practical, tough and yet fair - they get good results.

Client

They are sensible and realistic in their expectations, practical, tough and yet fair - they get good results.

Client

They just led the way for me, steered the way for me through it...I didn't have to worry about anything they just were very proactive.

Client

Very efficient and caring. Always responding to emails even on days off.

Client

During the initial meeting with Helen, she had a manner about her that was reassuring and professional. I knew the company she represented was expensive, but felt absolute confidence in her to deliver if it was required.  

Client

Helen was very patient with me, as she often needed to translate documents from legalese to layman. The advice was always solid, but commensurate with the outcome I was seeking.

Client

Helen Waite carried out my instruction, she listened to what I wanted/needed. She kept me well informed on what was happening or not happening.

Client

Helen kept me informed, listened to what I wanted to say, achieved a great outcome for me.

Client

I feel that the compassion and determination of Sarah gave me hope and a will to push through such a painful time. I felt very confident in her letters and phone contact. She also made me laugh, which was hard at the time.

Client

The most reassuring and professional service you could get. Everything felt real and true, no false hopes but always reality which is what you need through emotional times,

Client

I was kept fully informed of progress. I was extremely satisfied with the outcome. Any questions I asked were quickly dealt with.

Client

Very efficient and pleasant to deal with.

Client

Demonstrated a good understanding of the current laws pertaining to my particular case and ensured that my best interests were represented.

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Sarah came highly recommended via a family friend. I am based in the USA and was looking for an attorney that could handle a UK-based legal matter for me.

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