Although we do not undertake legal aid work there are many different ways to fund your case.
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At Goodwins Family Law Solicitors, we offer everything from detailed, helpful and sensitive advice to assistance throughout court proceedings and the entire divorce process. We can work with couples who are based in England and Wales with ties to the Saudi or Persian regions, or those who live outside of the UK but are connected to England or Wales.
We are widely experienced in family law cases involving Saudi Arabia and the Persian Gulf, including divorce, child custody, financial settlements and high net worth cases. We can advise you on any potential outcomes you can expect, should you choose proceedings under English law.
Goodwins is one of London’s leading firms of international divorce lawyers, and our experience and skill can help you to achieve the best possible outcome from your proceedings.
We are fully accredited by The Law Society and Solicitors Regulation Authority, and have exceptional client satisfaction rates.
If you would like to know more about our Persian and Saudi Arabia divorce services, please feel free to get in touch today. The first step is to get in touch and arrange a fixed fee consultation in order for us to fully understand your circumstances and advise on how to proceed.
If you are based overseas, we offer a Skype service with our solicitors for your initial fixed fee consultation and throughout your proceedings.
Considerations during an international divorce
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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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