Lamb & Holmes Solicitors have been providing expert legal advice to families for over 200 years.
Our Family Law Department is based across both our Kettering and Corby offices. We provide legal services to the Northamptonshire, Cambridgeshire, Leicestershire, Rutland and Lincolnshire areas.
We offer a wide range of family law services, from divorce to dealing with financial matters arising out of the separation. We can also provide legal advice on children issues, pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements and cohabitation agreements.
We understand that when a relationship finally breaks down the emotional fallout can be far-reaching. Whether you are married, in a Civil Partnership or are co-habiting, our Family Law Department provides pragmatic support and advice that is needed during this difficult time.
Our sympathetic and friendly family law Solicitor will guide you through your options whether you are interested in protecting your assets at the start of a relationship to safeguard your future, or advice on issues such as divorce, property and financial matters on the breakdown of the relationship.
No family is the same and no family problem is identical. We ensure that you have the best professional advice available.
Our family law department understands the importance of keeping their clients informed and up to date at all times. We are here to guide you through the options available so that you are able to find a clear and workable solution that is as stress-free and as cost-effective as possible.
We are able to assist with the following:
- Annulment of marriage
- Dissolution of Civil Partnerships
- Financial issues on Separation
- Children issues including Child Arrangement Orders to deal with Residence and Contact disputes
- Injunction(Non-Molestation & Occupation Orders) proceedings due to abusive relationships
- Unmarried Couples and property disputes
- Pre/Post Nuptial Agreements
- Cohabitation Agreements
- Separation Agreements
- Change of Name Deed
We are Members of Resolution, the UK’s Family Law Association. We always aim to deal with matters in a non-confrontational but constructive manner in accordance with Resolution’s Code of Practice. Every endeavour is made to settle matters by agreement. However, in those circumstances where the issues cannot be resolved initially by agreement, then the option for mediation is recommended. We are able to refer the matter to an experienced mediator.
In the event that Court proceedings become necessary to resolve matters, we will ensure that the proceedings are dealt with in an efficient and cost-effective manner.
Although some companies offer fixed fee rates for their legal services there are usually hidden extras along the way. We will ensure that you are aware of the full cost involved in dealing with your case, providing you with transparency throughout the process.