Family Law Solicitors In Bolton

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  • Osiris Legal Limited

    Osiris Legal Limited

    6th and 7th Floor, 120 Bark Street, Bolton, Lancashire, BL1 2AX

    0800 5877122

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  • Iws Solicitors

    Iws Solicitors

    361 Wigan Road, Bolton, Lancashire, BL3 5QU

    01204 660 039

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  • Allansons LLP

    Allansons LLP

    25 Chorley Old Road, Bolton, Lancashire, BL1 3AD

    01204 382003

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  • AA Solicitors Ltd

    AA Solicitors Ltd

    195 St Helens Road, Bolton, Lancashire, BL3 3PY

    01204 61415

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  • Lex Legal UK Limited

    Lex Legal UK Limited

    6 St Mark's Street, Bolton, Lancashire, BL3 6NR

    01204 387310

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  • Accident Injury Solicitors Ltd

    Accident Injury Solicitors Ltd

    Joseph House, 83-89 Blackburn Road, Bolton, Lancashire, BL1 8HF

    01204 368 470

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  • Prestige Law Ltd

    Prestige Law Ltd

    Suite J, First Floor, Churchgate House, Bolton, Lancashire, BL1 1HL

    01204 385 555

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  • Latimer Lee Solicitors Limited

    Latimer Lee Solicitors Limited

    854 Bury Road, Bolton, Lancashire, BL2 6NY

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  • Russell & Russell

    Russell & Russell

    Churchill House, Wood Street, Bolton, Lancashire, BL1 1EE

    01204 399299

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  • Eric H Smith

    Eric H Smith

    Landmark House, 12 Chorley New Road, Bolton, BL1 4AP

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  • Knights Law Solicitors Ltd

    Knights Law Solicitors Ltd

    312 Derby Street, Bolton, Lancashire, BL3 6LF

    01204655614

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  • Bradshaw Legal Limited

    Bradshaw Legal Limited

    121 Tudor Ave, Bolton, Lancashire, BL1 4NB

    01204216401

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  • AFG Law Limited

    AFG Law Limited

    20 Mawdsley Street, Bolton, Lancashire, BL1 1LE

    01204 377600

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  • Aspinall & Co

    Aspinall & Co

    15 Wood Street, Bolton, Lancashire, BL1 1EB

    01204 388200

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  • Auua Law

    Auua Law

    104 St. Georges Road, Bolton, Lancashire, BL1 2BZ

    07860 454056

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Find Bolton Family Solicitors

Comparing the best Bolton family law solicitors and throughout Greater Manchester is easier than ever. At LocalSolicitors.com, we have produced detailed profiles on every one of the firms in Bolton that practice all facets of family law. So whether you need assistance with a divorce, advice on getting a pre-nuptial agreement or you have an issue relating to child maintenance, you can find and compare the very best solicitors available in Bolton on this page.

How can a family law solicitor in Bolton help me?

Family law solicitors work with clients for a variety of different personal and domestic matters, including cases associated with relationships, children and property. They work with consideration and integrity to ensure that these legal issues are resolved promptly together with minimum disturbance to the client’s life. There are many reasons that a person might need help from a family solicitor, and some of the more typical include:

  • Prenuptial Agreements - Prenuptial agreements serve to provide a level of protection for a couple entering into a marriage, with regards to their finances, assets and any children that they have from a previous relationship. A solicitor can support couples to create a prenuptial agreement that considers the rights of each person with regards to their debts, finances, assets and property - both those earned before the marriage and during. Family law solicitors will help clients assess their risks and consider the assets that they may want to include in their prenuptial agreement.
  • Child Arrangement Orders - A child arrangement order used to be referred to as a ‘residence order’ or ‘contact order’. This legal document determines where a child should live, how and when a child should spend time with each parent and when and what contact methods are allowed. The family law solicitor will help their clients to understand the processes involved in arranging a child arrangement order. The solicitor will aim to ensure the child’s welfare and emotional wellbeing throughout the child arrangement order application.
  • Cohabitation Agreements - When a couple who are not married or in a civil partnership decide to move in together, a cohabitation agreement will serve to offer protection for each person. The cohabitation agreement will lay out the details of who owns what prior to and during the relationship, who has what responsibilities and who will pay for what as well as details about who will complete home related tasks. The family law solicitor will assist in writing up a legally binding cohabitation agreement. The agreement will serve to protect both parties and minimise conflicts in the event of a relationship break-up as it will help detail how assets should be divided and who owns what property.
  • Divorce - Divorce can be an incredibly difficult and emotional occurrence, particularly if children are involved. Solicitors who specialise in family law will help their clients to understand and progress through the procedures involved in getting divorced, including liaisons between all parties and the submission of required documents. The solicitor will strive to ensure that any children effected by the divorce are provided for properly, assets are divided correctly and that the terms of the divorce are fair. The solicitor's responsibility will extend to ensuring that considerations are made regarding debts, finances, responsibilities and future contact between the divorced couple. The solicitor will maintain the welfare of any children as their priority throughout divorce proceedings and will strive to ensure that they are as disrupted as possible throughout the case.

Further advice on family law

If you're not quite ready to make contact with a solicitor, but would like advice or guidance associating with family law issues, there are many options available. Our legal guides area is your first port of call. Here we have guides and articles on lots of different topics, and this includes parental responsibility, pre-nuptial agreements, civil partnerships, divorce and child arrangement orders. When you have any questions you should also make the most of our free Ask a Solicitor service. As the name suggests, this is an online service where you can publish any sort of family law questions you may have, and be given answers from qualified solicitors.

If you are not able to locate a Bolton family solicitor that meets your needs, you could try searching for law firms in surrounding towns including Altrincham, Ashton-under-Lyne or Mossley. As an alternative, you can speak to your local Citizens Advice Bureau who might be able to offer you advice and also recommend further support options available.

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