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.
No matter how many cases we work on, we bring the same level of dedication and professionalism to each one. No one case is the same, but each one requires a certain degree of sensitivity – whether it is a small issue or more complex proceedings – in order to achieve a non-confrontational situation that results in a mutually satisfactory outcome. In the cases where firmer, more direct action is necessary, we are just as capable taking this direction.
Legal proceedings can be overwhelming and stressful, and with the amount of technical language being used it can be difficult to follow exactly what is going on.
At Goodwins Family Law Solicitors, we make sure that your situation and expected proceedings are discussed in the clearest possible terms so you understand what is happening and what you can expect to happen during the process. This discussion includes the fees you are expected pay, so you don’t encounter any surprise expenses.
As we are authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (number 653072), you can place total trust in us to work at the highest possible standards throughout your divorce or separation process.
Watch our video to gain an insight into the inner workings of Goodwins Family Law Solicitors and how we can help you.
The Goodwins Process
Consistency, quality and sensitivity are the key elements of our approach to each and every case. Our expert team will deal with your situation with the utmost professionalism and sensitivity, whilst striving to reach the best possible outcome.
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