Family Solicitors In Oxford

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  • Challenor Gardiner

    Challenor Gardiner

    29 New Inn Hall Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 2DH

    01865 721 451

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  • HMG Law LLP

    HMG Law LLP

    126 High Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 4DG

    01865 244661

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  • Blake Morgan LLP

    Blake Morgan LLP

    Seacourt Tower, West Way, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX2 0FB

    01865 248607

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  • Smq Legal Services LLP

    Smq Legal Services LLP

    47-49 Cowley Road, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX4 1HP

    01865 246991

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  • Abbott Forbes Solicitors

    Abbott Forbes Solicitors

    Office 4, Bullingdon House, 174b Cowley Road, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX4 1UE

    01865 910 179

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  • Knights Professional Services Limited

    Knights Professional Services Limited

    Midland House, West Way, Botley, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX2 0PH

    01865 811700

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  • Winckworth Sherwood LLP

    Winckworth Sherwood LLP

    16 Beaumont Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 2LZ

    0207 593 5000

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  • Penntrust Limited

    Penntrust Limited

    9400 Garsington Road, Oxford Business Park, Oxford, OX4 2HN

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  • Oxford Law Group

    Oxford Law Group

    One St. Aldates, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 1DE

    01865 297300

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  • Bower & Bailey LLP

    Bower & Bailey LLP

    Anchor House, 269 Banbury Road, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX2 7JF

    01865 311133

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  • Quality Solicitors Truemans

    Quality Solicitors Truemans

    Eden House, 38 St. Aldates, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 1BN

    07850 367 836

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  • Turpin & Miller LLP

    Turpin & Miller LLP

    1 Agnes Court, Oxford Road, Cowley, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX4 2EW

    01865 770111

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  • Penningtons Manches LLP

    Penningtons Manches LLP

    9400 Garsington Road, Oxford Business Park, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX4 2HN

    01865 722106

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  • R S Solicitors

    R S Solicitors

    Suite - 6, Innovation House, John Smith Drive, Oxford Business Park, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX4 2JP

    01865 604278

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  • Freeths LLP

    Freeths LLP

    5000, Oxford Business Park South, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX4 2BH

    01865781000

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Guide To Hiring A Oxford Family Law Solicitor

Comparing the top Oxford family law solicitors and throughout Oxfordshire has never been easier. At LocalSolicitors.com, we have produced in depth profiles on all of the firms in Oxford that practice different aspects of family law. So regardless of whether you need assistance with a divorce, advice on getting a pre-nuptial agreement or you have a concern relating to child maintenance, you can compare the most suitable solicitors with offices in Oxford listed here.

How can a family solicitor in Oxford help me?

Family law solicitors can support clients with a range of personal and domestic cases, often supplying extensive assistance to protect children, relationships and property. Solicitors practicing this area of law will aim to work swiftly through cases to reduce disruption to their clients and work with consideration and integrity at all times. Some of the most frequent issues that might call for the help and support of a family law solicitor include:

  • Divorce - Divorce is inevitably one of the most emotionally impactful events in a person's life, particularly if there are children involved. A family law solicitor will help their clients progress through the processes to obtain a divorce by ensuring that all documents are submitted correctly and liaisons are as smooth as possible. 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 will ensure that considerations are made with regards to a couple’s finances, debts, future contact plans and other responsibilities. The welfare of any involved children will be the prime consideration of the solicitor throughout the divorce proceedings, who will aim to ensure that emotional distress is minimised at all times.
  • Child Arrangement Orders - Some people refer to ‘child arrangement orders’ as ‘contact orders’ or ‘residency orders’. 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 solicitor will explain the processes and requirements to their client for obtaining the child arrangement order. The solicitor will work to attain the most favourable outcome for children and maintain their wellbeing and emotional stability throughout all stages.
  • Prenuptial Agreements - Couples who are planning on getting married can gain protection for their assets, finances and any children that they have from previous relationships through the creation of a prenuptial agreement. Through the support of a solicitor, the prenuptial agreement can be created to set out the rights of each person with regards to the debts, finances, property and assets that were owned prior to the marriage or during the marriage. Family law solicitors will help clients assess their risks and consider the assets that they may want to include in their prenuptial agreement.
  • Cohabitation Agreements - A Cohabitation Agreement can be used to protect unmarried couples or couples who are not in a civil partnership when they decide to move in together. The agreement will set out details relating to which person owns what, who will have responsibility for what and who owns property acquired during the relationship, as well as who will have the responsibility for paying for individual costs related to the home. The family law solicitor will assist in writing up a legally binding cohabitation agreement. The cohabitation agreement works to offer protection to both partners and serves to minimise conflicts in the event of a break-up by setting out how assets will be shared and who owns what property in advance.

Extra family law advice

If you want to look into a certain area of family law, we offer a number of options on our website. Firstly you can visit our family law guides section, that provides practical guides on aspects including separation and divorce, civil partnerships, child maintenance and prenuptial agreements. We also offer you a Ask a Solicitor service, where you can ask relevant questions and lookup answers to common family law questions.

If you are unable to choose a family solicitor in Oxford that matches your needs, why not try searching for law firms in surrounding towns including Burford, Witney or Henley-on-Thames. Alternatively, you can speak to your local Citizens Advice Bureau who may be able to give you advice and even recommend some other support options available.

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