Our legal services in Chelmsford
Our solicitors in Chelmsford offer a range of legal services for families and individuals in Chelmsford and the surrounding area.
Family law in Chelmsford
We offer empathetic and practical legal advice for all aspects of divorce and family breakdown, helping you to find a way through this difficult time that protects your interests and those of your loved ones.
Our family law solicitors in Chelmsford can help with issues including:
- Civil partnership dissolution
- Financial settlements
- Arrangements for children
- Domestic violence
- Pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements
Children law in Chelmsford
Disputes over children are often some of the most complicated and emotive to resolve. Our children law team can advise you on the best options for you and your children, ensuring their wellbeing is the top priority at all times.
Our children law solicitors in Chelmsford have expertise in issues such as:
- Arrangements for children during family separation
- Child Arrangement Orders
- Parental responsibility
- Prohibited Steps Orders
- Special Guardianship Orders
Conveyancing in Chelmsford
When buying or selling your home, or taking part in any other kind of property transaction, it is essential to take the right steps to ensure you are legally and financially protected. Our residential conveyancing team can ensure no detail is missed and that you won’t be left with any nasty surprises after the deal is done.
Our conveyancing solicitors in Chelmsford can assist with issues such as:
- Buying property
- Selling property
- Equity release
- Transfer of equity
Mediation in Chelmsford
Mediation offers a non-confrontational way to resolve family disputes and is now the most popular method for agreeing the details surrounding divorce and separation.
Our mediation solicitors can help you and your former partner discuss the relevant issues and agree all of the key details, such as those around children and finances, you can move on without the cost or time involved in court proceedings.
Family mediation can be used to resolve common issues, including:
- Financial settlements for divorce
- Where children will live
- What contact the non-resident parent will have with the children
- What happens to your family home
Wills, trusts and probate solicitors in Chelmsford
Around a third of people die without leaving a Will, meaning there is no guarantee their wishes will be respected after they pass away. We can help you create a Will and also look at other options, such as trusts and inheritance tax planning to ensure your loves ones are appropriately taken care of no matter what happens.
Our Wills, trusts and probate solicitors in Chelmsford can assist with:
- Preparation of Wills and Codicils
- Creating and managing trusts
- Advising Executors and acting as professional Executors
- Inheritance tax planning
- Asset protection
Criminal Law Solicitors in Chelmsford
Anyone who is facing criminal prosecution needs to have experienced legal advice and representation, to enable them the best possible defence. If you are arrested, interviewed voluntarily, charged or receive a Summons or Postal Requisition from the Police we can represent you. Our expertise is unrivalled and we are able to represent anyone who is required to appear before the Magistrates’ Courts and Crown Courts.
We have successfully defended clients against prosecutions by:
- Trading Standards
- Serious Fraud Office
- RSPCA and Local Authorities.
Legal resources in Chelmsford
This court hears cases related to adoption, bankruptcy, children, divorce, domestic violence, housing possession and money claims from people in Chelmsford and the surrounding area.
This court hears cases related to adoption, children, crime, divorce and domestic violence for people in Chelmsford and the surrounding area.
Chelmsford Citizens Advice service offers a good starting point for general information on a number of issues to help you make a decision about how to proceed.
The Chelmsford crown Court hears cases related to Crime.
Family Law and Children Law departments:
- Phone: 01245 349 696
- Fax: 01245 349 697