Doncaster Family Solicitors

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  • Switalskis Solicitors

    Switalskis Solicitors

    Switalskis Solicitors, Doncaster, West Yorkshire, DN4 5NU

    01302 279750

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  • Chris Stevenson Solicitors

    Chris Stevenson Solicitors

    Whitegates, 103 Thorne Road, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN2 5BE

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  • Atherton Godfrey

    Atherton Godfrey

    8 Hall Gate, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN1 3LU

    01302 320621

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  • Foys Solicitors

    Foys Solicitors

    Kingsgate House, Kingsgate, Waterdale, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN1 3JZ

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  • Andrew Isaacs

    Andrew Isaacs

    Richmond House, White Rose Way, Leger Way, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN4 5JH

    07870 506317

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  • Bridge Sanderson Munro

    Bridge Sanderson Munro

    55 Hall Gate, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN1 3PD

    01302 321621

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  • Susan Jubb Family Law Ltd

    Susan Jubb Family Law Ltd

    13-14 Woodfield Business Centr, Carr Hill, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN4 8DE

    01302 515 455

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  • Dickinson Wood

    Dickinson Wood

    28 South Parade, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN1 2DJ

    01302 329504

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  • The Johnson Partnership

    The Johnson Partnership

    70 Waterdale, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN1 3BU

    1302360606

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  • Grainger Appleyard

    Grainger Appleyard

    26-27 Hall Gate, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN1 3NL

    01302 327257

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  • HLW Keeble Hawson LLP

    HLW Keeble Hawson LLP

    14 Princes Street, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN1 3NJ

    01302 366 831

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  • Taylor Bracewell LLP

    Taylor Bracewell LLP

    17-23 Thorne Road, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN1 2RP

    01302 341 414

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  • Malcolm C.Foy & Co Limited

    Malcolm C.Foy & Co Limited

    51 Hall Gate, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN1 3PB

    01302 340 005

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  • HSR Law

    HSR Law

    The Law Chambers, 7 South Parade, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN1 2DY

    01302 347800

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  • Injury Law Chambers

    Injury Law Chambers

    32a Nether Hall Road, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN1 2PW

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Guide to Hiring Family Solicitors in Doncaster

Comparing the best Doncaster family solicitors and throughout South Yorkshire is easier than ever. At LocalSolicitors.com, we have produced in depth profiles on all of the firms in Doncaster that practice different aspects of family law. So whether you need assistance with a divorce, information on getting a pre-nuptial agreement or have a problem regarding child maintenance, you can find and compare the very best solicitors available in Doncaster on this page.

How can a family solicitor in Doncaster help me?

Family law solicitors work with clients for a variety of different personal and domestic matters, including cases related to children, relationships and property. Solicitors who work in family law have the tools necessary to assist families with empathy and speed to make sure that there is as little disruption to their lives as possible. Doncaster family law solicitors may be required to help with a variety of different situations, with some of the more frequent including:

  • 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 agreement  can record details including who owns what, who will be responsible for what and who owns property acquired during the relationship and who is liable for costs related to the property. The family law solicitor will help clients to write up the cohabitation agreement. By outlining who owns what property and how assets will be divided in advance, the cohabitation agreement offers proportion to both partners and minimises the potential for conflict in the event of a break-up.
  • 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. The prenuptial agreement is a document that can be created with the support of a solicitor that allows a couple to set out their rights regarding any finances, property, debts, or assets that they owned prior to the marriage or during the marriage. The solicitor will assist their client in understanding the importance of protecting against risks and determining which assets should be included in the prenuptial agreement.
  • Divorce - Divorce is an emotional and often very sad event, especially in instance that involve children. Family law solicitors will guide their clients through the processes involved in obtaining a divorce and ensure that all documents are submitted correctly, on time and in a professionally manner. The solicitor will also strive to cement fair divorce terms with regards to the division of assets and the protection of any children involved. 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 - A child arrangement order is sometimes known as a ‘contact order’ or a ‘residency order’. The legal document sets out where the child will normally live, when and how the child can be contacted and how often they will see both parents. The family law solicitor will support their client in applying to the court for an order and explaining the processes involved in obtaining the order. The solicitor will work to attain the most favourable outcome for children and maintain their wellbeing and emotional stability throughout all stages.

Further family law advice

If you would like to gather information regarding a specific area of family law, we offer several options on our website. Firstly you can go to our family law guides section, that provides helpful guides and articles on subjects including getting a divorce, civil partnerships, child maintenance and parental responsibility. If you have a specific question you can make the most of our free Ask a Solicitor service. As the name suggests, this is an online service that enable you to publish any sort of family law questions you have, and be given answers from expert solicitors.

If you're not able to find a Doncaster family solicitor which fits your current requirements, try searching for solicitors in neighboring towns such as Tickhill, Sheffield or Wath-upon-Dearne. Your local Citizens Advice Bureau may also give basic legal advice on a variety of relevant subjects, and may be able to highlight any charities close by that will give you their support.

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