Our divorce and family solicitors in Manchester help people across the North West, nationally and internationally. We’re rated as “top tier” family lawyers by independent legal guides – so no matter how complex your case, we can help.
Our lawyers specialise in cases involving:
- High net worth individuals
- Business owners.
We understand that family law issues are intensely personal. We'll be here to support you through the process. Whether you're going through a difficult divorce, or trying to get a prenuptial agreement in place, we'll help you move on with your life.
Call us on 0345 604 4911 or contact us online for a confidential chat about your case.
What Divorce And Family Law Services Do We Offer In Manchester?
Our team of solicitors specialise in the following areas of family law:
- High net worth divorce and separation.
- Complex financial cases after divorce, including trusts, businesses and offshore assets.
- Pre/postnuptial agreements and cohabitation agreements.
- International family law cases.
- Disputes between parents about where children should live, including relocation in the UK and abroad.
- Financial and property disputes after the breakdown of an unmarried relationship.
What Area Do We Cover?
We help clients across the North West, particularly in and around Manchester City Centre, South Manchester and Cheshire. These areas include Alderley Edge, Prestbury and Hale for example.
We also often work with expat clients from the Middle and Far East.
Why Choose Us?
Our family law solicitors in Manchester are friendly and approachable. But we're also firm when it comes to protecting your interests.
We know that you may be going through a difficult time. Our lawyers will work hard to keep your stress to a minimum. We’re members of Resolution, which is a community of family law professionals who try and resolve disputes in a constructive way.
We have one of the only Resolution Accredited Specialists in international law, marking us out as true experts in this area. Our Manchester team specialises in helping expat clients – particularly those living in:
- The United Arab Emirates
- Saudi Arabia
Closer to home, we support several good causes in the local area. Our solicitors volunteer at the Manchester Civil Justice Centre, providing free advice to people unable to afford a lawyer. We also support local Pride events in and around Manchester, as well as Salford Women’s Aid.
Mediation Support Service – Free 30-Minute Consultation
Family mediation can be a less confrontational and more cost-effective way to resolve a dispute. We offer a free 30-minute consultation with one of our solicitors to discuss your situation and if mediation is right for you.
If you decide to go ahead with mediation, you can benefit from our cost effective mediation support service. This service will give you the advice, support and tools to get the best possible outcome – particularly if you’re representing yourself.
Call us on 0800 056 4110 or contact us online to book your free 30-minute consultation today.
To speak to one of our friendly team in Manchester about a family law issue, call us on 0345 604 4911 or contact us online and we'll get back to you.
Divorce Victory For Ex-Wives In Supreme Court Battle
We helped two women, Alison Sharland and Varsha Gohil, challenge their divorce settlements at the Supreme Court after their husbands were found to have misled them over their wealth.
The two women believed they were duped into accepting ‘unfair’ divorce settlements, based on knowingly false information provided by their ex-husbands.
Their cases were heard at a three-day hearing in 2015 and seven Supreme Court judges unanimously ruled in the ex-wives’ favour. It was the first time in a generation that the highest court in the land had heard cases on the issue of non-disclosure in divorce proceedings.
"This judgment sent out the clear message that dishonesty will not be tolerated. Both women found themselves in an unfair situation where they were duped into accepting a smaller settlement than they may have been entitled to.
Both husbands denied their dishonesty and hid behind highly technical arguments to avoid the consequences. In both cases, the Supreme Court has seen through those arguments to expose the true picture."
Ros Bever, Partner