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Our team of solicitors have substantial experience in dealing with all areas of Family Law. They will provide you with legal advice, representation and support in helping resolve your situation whether it be in relation to children matters, divorce and finance or even obtaining an order due to domestic violence. Our solicitors are enthusiastic about fighting for their clients and understand how difficult and emotional family issues can be. 


We want to help you find the best legal solution. We understand that Family Law is a highly emotional and complex area and this is why we approach each case in a friendly and sensitive manner. We will explain the legal terms to you and keep you updated every step of the way. 

Our solicitors are committed to providing you with clear, practical advice combined with an efficient and courteous service. They will work in partnership with you to resolve your situation as quickly and as smoothly as possible.


At Haygarth Jones, we understand that your family and children come first. Our team of experienced solicitors are here to help resolve a wide range of issues including:-

We will work hard to achieve the best possible outcome for you and your family. 

For more information about this area of law, or to get in touch with a member of the team, contact our Family Department on 01744 757877 or email at


We are proud to hold a Legal Aid Contract in Family Law issued by the Legal Aid Agency. This means that we can represent clients who are eligible for legal aid.

Changes to the criteria for legal aid for Family Law mean that a large percentage of the population no longer meet the requirements. The following areas of Family Law do benefit from legal aid funding:-

  • Public Law Children Proceedings (Social Services)

  • Injunctions due to domestic violence

  • Proceedings involving the unlawful removal of a child (whether from or inside the UK)

Legal Aid is available in private law family matters such as divorce and child arrangements however there are additional requirements such as providing evidence of being a victim of domestic violence or there being a risk of child abuse in the case of proceedings relating to children matters.

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