Expert Family Law Solicitors
We know family matters
Blake Morgan’s team of family law solicitors advises couples and families on all legal matters concerning relationships and children. With blended families becoming more common, preserving wealth is now also firmly on the family agenda.
From relationships ending, new relationships starting to step-children and how assets should be divided or protected, our family law solicitors understand it can be overwhelming for those in this position.
Blake Morgan’s family law solicitors can guide you through what can be complex and emotional times. We offer services around divorce, separation for married or unmarried couples, mediation, child arrangements,, surrogacy, cohabiting, nuptial agreements as well as financial matters and are able to draw upon the specialist expertise of our wider Private Client and Corporate solicitors for those with particularly complex affairs.
Our team of family law solicitors acts for couples who are experiencing changes in their relationships and who might require our help in resolving financial matters or agreeing arrangements for children, or whose financial circumstances have changed and need help protecting and preserving their assets against future changes.
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