Although we do not undertake legal aid work there are many different ways to fund your case.
Any details or information provided will at all times remain strictly confidential.
Welcome to our Company FAQs page. Here, you’ll find answers to the most commonly asked questions about Goodwins Family Law Solicitors. These questions are related to our processes and our firm – if you are looking for FAQs regarding advice on divorce, please visit our Advice Centre.
If you’d like to know more about the services we provide here at Goodwins Family Law Solicitors, or if you’d like to discuss a particular service further, please contact us today via phone, email or Skype call and we’ll be more than happy to help.
Our fixed fee consultations usually last for around an hour. During this hour, we’ll discuss your situation thoroughly, so we can understand your situation and needs, allowing us to offer realistic advice on how best to proceed, as well as what you can reasonably expect from proceedings. We also provide you with an information pack regarding the divorce process.
Yes, there are spaces for our clients on site. However please note these spaces are limited.
Our nearest tube station is Harrow-on-the-Hill, on the Metropolitan Line. Trains to central London take around 20 minutes, and there are also trains out of the city towards Amersham, Rickmansworth and Uxbridge.
Yes, you may need to visit us during your proceedings, however this does depend on your specific case and situation.
This depends entirely on your case – we are available for contact via phone, email or Skype.
We’re a leading provider of family law services in London. We only specialise in divorce and family law meaning we are true experts in this field. We operate with total professionalism and discretion, advising you every step of the way to ensure we achieve the best possible outcome for you. We are fully accredited and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. You can learn more about our charges here, however, we believe we offer highly competitive rates in comparison to Central London firms. Our clients are highly satisfied with the work we undertake on their behalf and believe we offer excellent value for money.
No, we only undertake private client work.
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